James G. Mack
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James G. Mack We know you will always be here in our hearts, watching over us and guiding us along our way. We will miss you dear brother! James Gregory Mack, late of Regina, Saskatchewan passed away February 3, 2021 at the age of 67 years. James was predeceased by his father Jacob Mack in 1986, his mother Mary W Mack in 2014 a brother Kenneth Mack in 2004 and nephew Jason Perkowitsch in 1970. He is survived by his siblings, Pat (Orville) Linn, Dolores (Ken) Duff, Don (Yvonne) Mack, Gerard (Gloria) Mack, Mary Ann Mack (Marvin Sigvaldason), Sheila (Randy) Marchand, Maggie (Allan) Dupuis as well as survived by many nieces & nephews & special friends. James lived at Valley View home in Moose Jaw from October 1957 until moving in with his oldest sister Pat in 1986 then in 1993 moved to Regina Special Care Home. At the time of his passing, he was living at Brightwater LTC in Regina. James could not communicate because of his special needs but had a great love for cats & trains. Growing up on a farm there was always cats around for him to hang out with when he came home for his visits in the summer. He also loved to be home during harvest so he could ride along in the grain truck and see his dad on the combine. It was the simple things in life that filled his days with excitement, and he loved sharing his joy with us through his special laughter. Forever in our hearts! A memorial service will be held at a later date. Hall Funeral Services in Estevan, SK is caring for the Mack family - Yvonne Clark, Funeral Director. Thank you We, the family of James Mack, would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all who expressed sympathy and kind words. Words can not express the peace & comfort we feel to have such great Family & Friends. God bless you all!

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Published in Estevan Mercury from Feb. 10 to Mar. 12, 2021.
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