Elder Freddie Mack was born April 28, 1945 in Columbia, South Carolina to the late Henry and Mazzie Milledge Mack. He departed this earthly life on November 8, 2021.
Elder Mack was educated in the public schools of Richland County. He was a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School Class of 1964. He further his education at the University of Davis in Davis, California where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in African American Studies. Freddie was a firm believer in education and attended several institutions to include The William L. Bonner Bible College and The University of South Carolina. Freddie spoke fluent German and Swahil and traveled to Kenya in Africa to render missionary services.
Elder Mack served in the United States Air Forces. He was employed by the United States Postal Services, The Midlands Council on Aging, and The University of South Carolina’s Transportation services.
Elder Mack was the pastor of The Victory Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ for 38 years. Under his leadership, many souls were baptized and filled with God’s spirit according to Acts 2:38. Elder Mack dedicated his life to the Lord, his family, loved ones and community. To know Elder Mack was to love him and be loved and cared for by him.
Elder Mack was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Mazzie Mack; sisters, Verneal James and Loretta Dash; and granddaughter, Ebony Mack.
Elder Mack leaves cherish memories to his loving wife, Alberta Mack, whom his affectionately called "Sweet Tootsie"; one daughter, D'Jaris Mack; two sons, Edward (Patonya) Mack and Frederick (Patricia) Mack; one sister, Ora Bell Cummings; five grandchildren, Nicholas Mack, Jessica Mack, Kyana Swaggert, A'Jee Mack, Tassia and Darshawna Barnes; four great-grandchildren; five God-children, James Lamar Carroll, Tracy Fagans, Brenda Ford, Wanda Ford and Elliot Grace Davis; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, friends, and the Victory Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ Family.
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