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Tony L. Mack
Tony L. Mack
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Tony L. Mack, 47, had his transition on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at St. Joseph’s Candler surrounded by his loving and caring family.

Tony L. Mack was born Dec. 21, 1966, in St. Marys, to Thomas J. Mack Jr. and Rosella Causer. He attended the schools of Camden County and was a graduate of the Class of 1985. He later attended Savannah State University, and in May 2006 graduated with a degree in chemistry.

Tony felt the need to further his education in spiritual matters and attended Freedom Bible College & Seminary in Savannah until his health began to fail.

Tony was a hard worker and held various positions. He was most recently employed by Securitas Security USA Inc. and was a licensed classroom instructor. He filled the position of branch manager in Pooler.

Tony accepted Christ as his savior on March 18, 1977, at Young Zion Baptist Church under the spiritual leadership of the Rev. J.G. Wright. He was always singing praises to God while in the junior and young adult choirs as well as the male chorus.

One thing Tony had a great love for was directing the choir. He served at Young Zion under the guidance of Pastor Quan D. Glover for many years, prior to moving to Savannah. Tony then joined First African Baptist of East Savannah, under the leadership of his uncle, the Rev. Dr. Thomas E. Williams. His service and dedication to his church was exceptional.

Tony was preceded in death by both maternal and paternal grandparents, Deacon Eldean Sr. and Sister Rosa Lee Williams and Deacon T.J. and Sister Louise Mack; his brother Darrell Way; and his granddaughter, D’Nyaah Ah’Leah-Anne Mack.

He leaves to cherish his memories his mother, Rosella Causer; father, Deacon Thomas J. (Janice) Mack Jr.; daughter, De’Lesia Mack of St. Marys; son, Dominique Jones of St. Marys; two sisters, Wendy Schlefstein of Jacksonville, Fla., and Shalonda Henderson of St. Marys; three brothers, Jonathan (Amy) Causer of Daytona Beach, Fla., Marlin Mack of Atlanta and Dale Way of Kingsland; seven aunts, Arabell Williams of Bronx, N.Y., Marvene (Harold) Coleman of Rockhill, S.C., Carrie Sykes, Irene Campbell and Winnie T. Williams of St. Marys, Lou Ella (Jack) Mincey of Brunswick and Jackie Hart of St. Marys; eight uncles, Eldean Williams Jr. of Bossier City, La., L.J. (Annette) Williams of St. Marys, Eugene (Beulah) Williams of Jacksonville, Dr. George (Susie) Williams and the Rev. Dr. Thomas (Olivia) Williams of Savannah, Howard Williams Sr. and Leon Mack of St. Marys and Nathanial (Juanetta) Mack of White Oak; one nephew, Jordan Billups; two nieces, Serenity Causer and Wynter M. Knowles; devoted companion Dr. T.L. Reeder-Holmes; godchildren Jahnez, Nickiel, Trinity and Joesiah Herb; spiritual mentor and evangelist Jessie Jones; and a host of cousins and sorrowing friends.

Funeral services for Mr. Tony L. Mack were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 26, 2014, at First African Baptist Church of East Savannah, located at 402 Treat Ave. in Savannah, with pastor Dr. Thomas Williams.

Interment was in Oak Grove Cemetery in St. Marys.

Viewing for Mr. Mack was held after the funeral service at Young Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 4500 Highway 40 E. in St. Marys.

Adams Funeral Services Inc. was in charge of arrangements. Visit www.adamsfuneralservicesinc.com to convey thoughts and remembrances of Mr. Mack.