Carol R. Kaplan, 73 of Hobe Sound passed away Friday, January 20, 2023 at Martin Coast Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Hobe Sound.
Ms. Kaplan was born August 21, 1949 in Jacksonville, Florida, to the late Carl W. Maddock and Kathryn Miller Maddock. She graduated high school in Fitzgerald, GA, and earned her Business degree while living in Las Vegas, Nevada, and a Paralegal degree in Florida. She formerly worked in Las Vegas owning multiple businesses before moving back to Georgia. Ms. Kaplan was currently retired living in Florida. She loved to read, and talk with family and friends. Everyone closest to her felt that she had a heart of gold and was too good for this world. She was always there to help people in need and will be greatly missed by family and friends.
She is survived by her loving daughter: China Kaplan Robinson (Chris) of Port Saint Lucie, Florida; her sister: Colleen Maddock DeLee of Las Vegas, Nevada; a brother: Robert Vinson of Jacksonville, FL; a niece and two nephews: Katie Lezotte, Kris DeLee, and Craig Brown. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Gregory Kim Maddock, and Carl Vincent Maddock, a sister Teri Maddock Eger, and a nephew Adam James “AJ” DeLee.
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