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Mack

Services for Wilfred E. Mack, 55, were held Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale.

Mr. Mack died Tuesday, Jan. 15.

He was born July 31, 1957, in Rockdale to Namon and Arlethia (Maloy) Mack.

Mr. Mack was called “Caboose” because he was the last of 14 children.

He attended Lexington public schools.

Mr. Mack moved to Colorado and there became the father of two girls.

He later returned to Lexington and worked around Lexington as a landscaper.

Mr. Mack was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Velma Mack and infant Marline Mack; and two brothers, Ronnie and Bobby Mack.

Survivors are two daughters, LaKisha Barber and Monisha Harrison, and two grandchildren, all of Colorado; four brothers, Earl Mack, Tommie Mack, Melvin Mack and wife Minnie, all of Rockdale, and George Mack of Lexington; five sisters, Billie Walker of Denver, Colorado, Celestine Roland and husband Maurice of Lakewood, Colorado, Louise Clinkscale and husband Eddie, Mable Washington, all of Aurora, Colorado, Margie Swift and husband Leroy of Rockdale; and five uncles, Aaron Mack of Leo, L.C. Mack, Obbie Mack and wife Pearl, all of Rockdale, Bobby Mack and wife Evelyn of Lubbock, Lem Mack of Giddings; also, numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.


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