On Sunday, April 4, 2021 at 1:34 p.m. God in his awesome and infinite wisdom, called his son, Jerry "Cripp" Mack, Jr. to his eternal home. The fourth child of seven was born to the late Jerry "Book" and Madaline White Mack, on October 8, 1955 in Holly Hill, SC
"Cripp" as he was affectionally know to many, grew up in what we called "The Line" or "Prezzy Town." Hard work was a part of his upbringing. A master of all trades, Jerry was employed at Allston Farrell Construction in Charleston, SC as an equipment operator.
Jerry became a member of Rock Hill AME Church in Vance, SC. He came in working, doing whatever God assigned his hands to do. One of his passions was the church's cemetery; not only did he maintain the upkeeping along with his wife, he was also affiliated with many auxiliaries of the church, some of them included: The Pro-Tem of the Trustee Board, member of The Angelic Choir, The Pastor Aide Board, The Men of Distinction, Usher Board, Maintenance Staff, Lay Organization, Former Class Leader, and Set Construction Coordinator/Builder.
Forty-Four years ago, on November 27, 1976, Jerry was united in marriage to his queen Diana Brown. Through this union God blessed them with a village of children, grandchildren, and ten godchildren. Two beautiful nieces they called their daughters, Kecia and Iva.
Jerry was proceeded in death by his loving sister and brother, Beulah White and Jerome Mack.
Jerry "Cripp" Mack, Jr. leaves to cherish his fond memories his loving and devoted wife, Diane of the home; daughters: Kecia (Kenny) Johnson of Charleston, SC and Iva White of Holly Hill, SC; five grandchildren: Antonio, Diamond, Diwaysha, Torrington, Toby, and Madisyn; two loving sisters: Everett (James) Davis of Holly Hill, SC and Elizabeth Mack of Columbia, SC; two caring brothers: Carlton (O'Linda) Mack of Hopkins, SC and Nathaniel Mack of Vance, SC; a honorary sister: Judy Grant; sister-in-law: Carolyn Mack of New York, NY; two brothers-in-law: Alfonza Brown and Bernard Brown both of Vance, SC: and he leaves a genuine and loving relationship with his nieces, nephews, cousins, church family and community.
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