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Trevor "Duckie" Rose Mack
March 10, 1936 ~ June 24, 2023 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in greenpastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth mein the paths of righteousness for his name's sake: - Psalm 23:1-3
Ms. Trevor Rose Hughes Mack affectionately known to family and friend as “Duckie” was born Tuesday, March 10, 1936, as the youngest of four children to the late Simon and Marie Pee Hughes.
“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.”-Psalm 23:4
On June 24, 2023, at her home God wrapped his arm around Trevorand welcomedher to her eternal home.
Trevor attended the Marion County Training School, graduating in 1955. She then graduated as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in 1956.
On April 7, 1958, she was joined in holy matrimony, to Thomas Edward Mack to their union one child was born Curtis Edward Mack. In her early years she moved to Paterson, New Jersey where she worked as a CNA. She later relocated home, to Centenary, SC, and continued her work as a CNA for over 40 years. During this time, she worked at Marion Memorial Hospital, Palmetto General, Jenkins NursingHome and Mullins Nursing Center. She later worked with the Davis family as a part time caretaker for 25 years.
She joined Centerville Missionary Baptist Church on November 5, 1953, under theleadership of Reverend Joseph Collins. She was a faithfully servant in the Lord, she taught Sunday school, sang on the choir and one that she cherished was being amember of the Missionary Ministry where she served as President for 12 years andat the end of those 12 years, she was presented with a bible from the Deacons of the church.
As her health began to decline, she had three special caregivers who she loved dearly, Sarah Mack, Ethel Rush and Glaris Bethea.
She was preceded in death by her son, Curtis Edward Mack; a brother, Dan Hughes; two sisters, Hattie Buie and Mae Ceal Williams; a special cousin, Annie Bell Williams.
This woman of great faith now leaves to cherish her loving memories: one Daughter-in-law, Sarah Mack of Loris, SC; Three granddaughters, Darendra Wolfe of Loris, SC, Sharosca (Taylor Wade) Mack of Indianapolis, IN, Katherine Mack of Homestead, FL; Two Great-grandchildren, Anila Brown and Caleb Wolfe of Loris, SC; Four nieces, Carol (John) Tindal of Florence, SC, Ethel Rush of Marion,SC, Glaris (Jerome Foxworth) Bethea of Centenary, SC and Sylvia (Roy) McDonald of Florence, SC; One aunt, Norfa Pee of Mullins, SC; Special cousins Louise Richardson, Elizabeth Legette and Sara Ford; Her long-life best friend Flora Mae Reed; A special friend, Vicki Davis and a host of Great nieces, Great nephews, cousins and friends.
“I am filled with the holy spirit and fire baptized. I am home now, dry up your tearsand I’ve turned my back and goodbye!” – A message from Duckie