Shelby County Indiana
The Kokomo Tribune
George W. Mack, 61, 400S-94W, died early Monday morning in his home
following a several-week illness. Born Feb. 22, 1907, in Shelbyville, he
was the son of John C. and Cecelia Westrick Mack. He had lived in Kokomo
since 1929 and was a retired employee of Stellite Works. On May 29, 1936, he
was married to Ruth Harsh, who survives with a sister,
Mrs. Howard (Mary) Shireman, Dallas, Tex., and two nephews and two nieces.
will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Fenn Funeral Home with burial to follow
in the Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home
from 3 until 5 p.m. and 7 until 9 p.m. Tuesday.
November 11, 1968
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
The Shelby Democrat
...a business trip and Mrs. Mack accompanied him to Richmond to visit her brother, taking her grandson with them. They were returning here when the crash occurred.
Thursday, September 3, 1936
Mrs. Mack was the daughter of Bernard and Mary Westrick and was born in Shelby county July [torn], 1874.
Her husband preceded her in death January 1, 1928.
She is survived by two sons, William and George Mack, and a daughter, Miss Mary Mack, all of this city; two brothers, William Westrick, of Richmond, and Joseph, of Bloomington; five step-children, John Mack, of Peru; Viola Carney, Indianapolis; Mrs. Lettie Mendenhall, and Mrs. Anna Anderson, Indianapolis; two grandchildren, Patricia Jane and Dickie Mack, and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Goldie Mack, widow of Robert Mack, who died in 1929.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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