Ernest Mack

Reno, Nevada

1957 - 2017 (Age 59)


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Ernest MackNovember 3, 1957June 17, 2017Ernest W. Mack was born to Reverend Luther Mack Sr. and Missionary Frances Mack on November 3, 1957 at St. Mary's hospital in Reno, NV. Ernest was a graduate of Hug High School and the Denver Vocational Center. He was a lover of all sports and had a special...

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I got to know Mr Mack after relocating to Reno and working together on a couple occasions. I never witnessed him have a cross word for any one, even as he so expertly de-escalated crisis after crisis at the Peppermill and the many other venues he worked with such careful consideration. Since leaving Reno, your memory was what kept beckoning me to return. You were a great man who will be missed by a great, many people. GOD'S very best to you, sir, and those blessed enough to have been able to...

Ernest and I go way back to high school when I was his date for senior prom in 1975 wow. A long time ago but I remember it like it weret yesterday. I wish I could have gotten to see u in recent years, but I no your in heaven and I no I will see u there someday. My prayers to Bertha & Luther and all of the family

R.I.P Ernest, I haven't seen you since high school days while we dated, I moved to Las Vegas and lost contact, I'm sorry I never said good bye.

From our days in high school through our times working together at the Peppermill, where he liked to wear a name tag reading "Kato", Ernie was always someone I could count on. He was funny, strong, dependable, and gentle. Our family photo album highlights a picture of Ernie playing Santa at one of the Peppermill Christmas parties. On his lap are a young parking attendant a young coffee shop waitress on their 1st date. My son and his wife have been together for nearly 30 years....

Ernie was the best man at my wedding and one of the best men I have ever known. He was funny, thoughtful, loving and kind. I am going to miss his presence. My condolences go out to his family along with my prayers and sincere love.

Deborah Ussery

So sorry for your loss, I worked with Ernie for two years at the Peppermill and he was such a great man and friend Love to the family.

My friend Ernest was a real kick. Always joking, making you smile and such a carefree spirit. I will always hold dear the many memories we shared during our school years. So for now Ernest take a well deserved rest and I know God's got you in the palms of his hands. And to the family know "Weeping may endure for the night, but JOY will come in the morning.

I worked with Ernie at the Peppermill back in the 80's,He was a Sweet Loving Big Teddybear, Very nice man,always there when you need help or just want to talk,will miss you Ernie.