April 8, 1933 ~ November 5, 2020

Born in: Lilburn, GA
Resided in: Woodstock, GA

Mr. Claud H. Mauldin, of Lawrenceville, GA, passed away Thursday, November 5, 2020. Mr. Mauldin was born April 8, 1933 in Gwinnett County to the late William Robert and Ester Mauldin. He was preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Betty Jo Bramblett Mauldin; 3 sisters and 6 brothers. Claud was a Gwinnett County native and worked as the Maintenance Supervisor for Georgetown of Atlanta Condominiums for over 35 years. He was a member of several local churches through the years as well. Known well for his racing, he was also a member of the Georgia Automobile Racing Hall of Fame Association. Survivors include children, Robin Mauldin & Renee of Macon; Joey Dean Mauldin of Monroe; Joanna Mauldin Reese and Scott of Woodstock; Sister in Law Jeannette Bramblett of Clover, SC.; Grandchildren, Nathan Mauldin & Sally of Macon; Lisa Mauldin Mitchell & Brandon of Macon; Tonya Mauldin of Buford, GA; Joey Mauldin & Amy of Monroe, GA; Cara Bello of Decatur, GA; Bronco Reese of Woodstock, GA. 8 Great Grandchildren. Because of the current pandemic our family will not be having a gathering at this time. It is possible that we may have a memorial service in his honor at some time in the future. The family requests that in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the Georgia Automobile Racing Hall of Fame (GARHOFA), PO BOX 491, Kennesaw, GA 30156 www.garhofa.org

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  1. My deepest sympathy for the loss of your dad. Mr. Mauldin was neighbors to my parents at Greenwood Place in Marietta. He also shared a dinner table with my dad, Walter Mathis, in the dining room for two years before my dad was moved to memory care. In our conversations, we discovered that Claude was related to my dad’s step mom Ethel Mauldin of Rome GA. We also discovered that they both worked for General Motors, Claude at Doraville and my dad at Lakewood. Mr. Mauldin was a very sweet and caring man and I am sure Greenwood misses him greatly.

  2. I remember Claude from when I was younger and we all went to Bethesda Baptist Church in Lawrenceville together.his kids and my family were interested stuffed at church.he was a good person I know he will be missed love Kathy and bill cox

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