2018-01-11 / Obituaries


Mary Elizabeth Pritchett Mack, 58, of Gainestown, better known as “Liz,” made her earthly transition on Jan. 2, 2018 while at Mobile Infirmary Hospital.

She was born July 7, 1959 to Rosie Pritchett and Walter Pritchett. She was a member of the Antioch A.M.E. Church where she served on the Hospitality Committee. Liz was employed with the Clarke County Board of Education. She was also very well-known from her 17 years of employment at Nolasco’s restaurant in Jackson. Liz was a very loving and caring person that never met a stranger. She always met you with a big smile. She is also remembered as one of the best lady DJs around.

Left to cherish her beautiful memories are her loving husband of 32 years, Clyde “C.J.” Mack Jr.; her mother, Rosie Pritchett, both of Gainestown; daughter, Erica Pritchett and stepdaughters, Taneisha Gates and Sheddret Robinson, all of Grove Hill; god-daughter, Ashauni Jackson; four sisters, Ardell (John) Hunt, Alice (Amos) Jackson, Carolyn Pritchett and Debra Williams, all of Gainestown; two brothers, Sam (Gwen) Montgomery, Salipta and Justin Williams, Gainestown; four grandchildren, Amber Pritchett, Kelsey Pritchett, Aterrion and Aquantis Cheeseboro; one aunt, Mary Williams; two uncles, Theodore (Mary Ann) Pritchett and Cleon Pritchett; three sisters-in-law, Jo (Robert) Cooper, Vernice (Joe) Hill and Juanita Pritchett; eight brothers-in-law, Curtis Davis, Kenneth Mack, James (Linda) Mack, Calvin (Doris) Mack, Charles Mack, Darrell (Denise) Mack, Sterling Mack and Lekeyton (Sherie) Mack; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

She was preceded in death by her father, Walter Pritchett and brother, Marvin Pritchett.

The service was Jan. 6 at the Jackson High School Auditorium with Rev. Johnathan Baker, pastor of Antioch AME Church, as the officiating minister. Interment followed in the Antioch AME Church Cemetery.

Condolences to the family may be offered at www.jacksonmemorialfh.com.

Jackson Memorial Funeral directed.


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