Mother Treather Page Mack, 97, departed this life Wednesday April 17, 2019 at her home in Marion County. She was the mother of Janie Manigault, Golden Mack Jr., Nancy Northern, Harvey Mack, Mary Mack and Alice Williamson . You may visit the family at 304 Golden Mack Rd. Latta.
Wake services will be held at the Jackson & McGill Memorial Chapel, Monday April 22, 2019, 6pm-8pm. Rose of Sharon Chapter #374 OES and Morning Star Tent will be in charge of rites.
Funeral services are scheduled to be held at the Greater Fork Chapel AME Church Tuesday April 23, 2019 at 1:00 pm. She will be laid to rest in the Devotion Gardens Cemetery, Mullins.
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Treather Mack was born on April 26, 1921 in Marion County South Carolina to the late Early Mae Page Gibson. In her earlier years she attended school in rural Marion County.
In her early years she was a member of Union Chapel Church in Horry County and later became a member of Fork Chapel AME Church.
Treather was married to the late Golden Mack Sr., from this union seven children were born; Janie Annette, Golden Jr., Early (deceased), Nancy, Harvey, Mary and Alice.
Treather was a faithful member of the Greater Fork Chapel AME Church were she was a member of the Senior Choir, Stewardess Board, Missionary Board and Usher Board. She was also a member of the Rose of Sharon Chapter #373 OES and Morning Star Tent.
Treather loved growing plants. When she visited friends and family, she would take a walk through their yards and take to cutting. In many cases one would think that was the end of that bush cutting. Several weeks later it was green and growing. She had a nack of taking sick plants and making them grow. She was a pretty good vegetable gardener as well.
Treather leaves to cherish her fond and loving memories her children; Janie Manigault, Golden Mack Jr., Nancy Northern, Harvey (Elfreda) Mack, Mary Mack , Alice (Robert) Williamson, one sister in law; Louise Mack of Philadelphia PA., twelve grandchildren, eleven great grand children, one great great grandchild, and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, family and friends.
Treather had a special relationship with grandchildren. Even after her long illness, she would hold a conversation with her grands while giving her children the silent treatment.