Mr. Jack Mack, 80, of Eutawville, South Carolina transitioned from this life on Thursday, October 7, 2021 at Trident Medical Center, Charleston, South Carolina. Jack Mack, son of Raymond Mack Sr. and Venis Brown Mack was born on March 1, 1941.
Jack attended the Orangeburg County school district. At an early age, he found his first job at the Brick Yard in Summerville S.C. Thereafter many jobs were performed. In 1959, Jack migrated to New York City and worked in the new car sales department as an attendant for three years. In 1962, Jack returned to South Carolina and married his childhood bride Quinne Wright Mack (Dot). Jack and his childhood bride returned to New York City. He worked as a parking garage attendant for thirty-five years. In 1999, Jack and his family returned to South Carolina where he worked in the Orangeburg school system for several years before he retired. Jack was a hard-working man, devoted husband, father, grandfather and a family man.
In 1977, Jack dedicated his life to God and was baptized into Christ where he faithfully attended the Church of Christ until his health failed in 2019. He never lost faith. He always hoped to return to church and be with the saints.
Jack left those in remembrance, his wife Quinne Wright Mack (Dot) married for fifty-nine years. In this marriage four children were born: Kelvin Mack Sr. (Tracy), Carol Mack, Sherwin Mack and Dwayne Mack. Eleven grandchildren: Kelvin Mack Jr., Jasim Mack, Melissa Bettis, Felicia Bettis, George Mack, Wade Mack Johnathan Mack, Darren Mack Dezhena Grace, Danielle Grace and Clarrisa Mack (Joy) predeceased in death. Ten great-grandchildren: Trevon, Alexis, Dominique, Khaliyah, Casey, Carson, Isaiah, Christopher, Kelvin III, and Essence. One great great-grandchild: Shikari. Two brothers: Raymond Mack Jr. (Sharon) and Earnest Mack (Deloris). Three sisters: Annie Jones, Albertha Reynolds (Jimmy) and Blondella Woods (Larry). One brother-in-law: Van Wright Jr. (Julia). Two sisters-in-law: Maggie Montgomery and Laura Mavin. And a host of nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Two special neighbors: Valerie Washington and Jerry Sellers.
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