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Thomas E. Mack

1945 - 2016 Notice Condolences Gallery
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Thomas "Tom" E. Mack, age 71, died Friday, November 4th, at Baltimore VA Medical after a battle of lung and pancreatic cancer. Tom is survived by his only son, Jonathan "Danny," his sisters; Sister Marie C. Mack, SSND, Baltimore, MD and Kathleen Mack Hayes of Ocean Pines, MD. Tom is now reunited with his parents, Alexander S. Mack and Loretta O'Connor Mack, as well as his older brother David A. Mack and brother-in-law, Phil Hayes. Tom was born in Renovo, PA, August 22, 1945 and lived there until his father, a member of the Civilian Conservation Corp, was transferred to Head the Baltimore Army Corp of Engineers. He began his Elementary Schooling at St. Bernadine's and on completing the eighth grade, he attended Mount St. Joseph College High School in Irvington, graduating in 1964. Tom was accepted at the University of Maryland, but at the death of John F. Kennedy, many of the young men left College to enter the Armed Services. Tom was sent to Fort Belvior, VA for training. It was at this time he committed himself 100% ARMY. Tom was very strong in anything that he thought or knew would benefit all people. he was known as someone who would always be there for you. A young neighbor in hearing of his passing told her father that he was like the grandfather of the neighborhood! Tom had many interest and one was the town squires of Edmondson Village. The Young Men of the time had many happy and joyful fun times with no violence! After his time in the Army, Tom attended the University of Baltimore and graduated with a BA. He used this knowledge to excel in Insurance Claims. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, November 18th at Blessed Sacrament Church, 4103 Old York Rd beginning at 3pm in the upper church. Following the Service, all are invited to attend a celebration of Tom's Life! In lieu of flowers, Tom asks that you send donation in his memory to those below: Mount Saint Joseph Tower Fund; Institute of Notre Dame; and School Sisters Notre Dame at Villa Assumpta.
Published in Baltimore Sun on Nov. 17, 2016
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