Henry Mack Daddy Earl Mack

Henry Mack

Henry “Mack Daddy” Earl Mack

Completed his journey of life here and his battle with Cancer.  Surrounded by his loved ones in his home, Mack peacefully went home one October 18th, 2012 to begin his new life.

He is proceeded in death by his parent’s, Bessie Pittman and Emmitt Tasker.

He leaves behind (to cherish his loving memories) his wife: B. Jeannie Mack, Mother-in-law: M. Joyce Peterson, Son’s: Ricky Mack, Ethan Mack, Lawrence Mack and Jason I. Eckert. Daughter’s: Roda Tutt and husband Willie Tutt, Tonya Mack, Amber D. Eckert and Wesley Spells.  Brother’s: Bishop Lenzo Pittman and wife Earlene Pittman (Stockton, CA), Ransom Pittman and wife Patricia Pittman (Seattle, WA), Emmit Tasker and Valerie (Bryan, TX), Brother-in-law: Mark A. Peterson.  Sister’s: Mary Thompson and Dr. Gerome Thompson (Springhill, LA), Janice Austin (Bryan, TX), Lucille Tate and Alexander Tate (Bryan, TX), Jewel Tasker (Bryan, TX), Lovie Rogers and Darryl Rogers (Dallas, TX).  He leaves behind 25 Grandchildren, and 5 Great Grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of continued family and friends.

Henry Earl Mack was born in Brazos County Texas on July 16th 1948 to the late Bessie Pittman.

At an early age Mack accepted Christ and joined Clayton Baptist Church in the Brushey Community (city of Bryan, TX)

Mack attended Kemp High School followed by Gary Job Corp. where he received his Certificate as Chef Cook.  He continued his passion of cooking at the University of New Mexico as a Chef Cook for the following six years.  After returning to Bryan, TX he then started working in the Oil Field Industry.

In 1989 Mack moved to the Texas City area and started work as a maintenance man for a local apartment community.  He continued the remainder of his years with us traveling, visiting family, and continuing to be the happy man we all remember.

There will be a candlelight vigil held on the evening of Friday, October 26th at 9 p.m. (Weather Permitting)
Held on the Calvary Baptist Church lot on the corner of 18th Ave North and 6th Street in Texas City.

Visitation will be held on Saturday, October 27th at 10:30 a.m. with the funeral service to follow at 11:30 a.m. Calvary Baptist Church: 517 18th Ave N. Texas City, TX.
                                                                            

 Henry Earl “Mack”

How do you say Goodbye…….

There were no goodbye’s only “see you later”

A man of great integrity

One who can wear the title of Savior to many

He was loved by most

Always full of words of encouragement

Always looking out for everyone’s best interest

He would not argue, gripe, or grieve

He only wanted for everyone to be at Peace

Through all the pain

He would never complain!!

He loved his babies, his kids, his siblings

There was no “Step or Half”….Family was Family

He would give his last penny to a stranger

His heart was never greedy

I love him, you love him, they love him…..

Be assured now he may rest easily

Be assured that he love’s You still

Together we were blessed to have him

Together we should be like him….

He wants everyone to be ok

He wants everyone to see him again one-day

Count your blessing and remember

When your time is near…..there is nothing to fear

The greatest gift of all will be waiting

 for you my dear…..

All smiles he looks down on us today, as we Pray

Reunited with his Mama again

He see’s you cry, and shed a tear

Please wipe your eyes because Mack is here

See you later Pop! Love Always,

Amber Dawn