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Generation No. 1


1.  JOHN D.1 MACK was born February 03, 1921 in Brrie, Vermont, and died December 25, 1998 in Vero Beach, FL.  He married NANNIE JANE REYNOLDS, (LEONIDAS ERASMUS5, LEONIDAS BASCOM4, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY HARTWELL2, HENRY1)  daughter of LEONIDAS REYNOLDS and IVA LEPATOUREL.  She was born December 05, 1921 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and died August 04, 2003 in Vero Beach, FL..


Notes for JOHN D. MACK:

John Dale Mack, December 28, 1998, Vero Beach Press Journal


        John Dale Mack, 78, of Vero Beach, died December 25, 1998 at Indian Beach.  Mr. Mack was born February 3, 1921, in Barre, Vt. and move to Vero Beach 22 years ago from Springfield, VA. 

        He graduated from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire and served for 3-1/2 years as a Navy pilot in World War II.  Mr. Mack worked 30 years for the U.S. Department of Interior in the 17 Western states, Alaska, and Washington, D.C.  He served on the Vero Beach Public Utility Commission Advisory Board, the board of governors of the Vera Cruz Condominium Association and the Indian River Volunteer Ambulance Squad.  He was on the Board of Directors for the Indian River Shore Property Owners Association and was appointed to the Indian River Shores Planning Zoning and Various Board.

        Mr. Mack was a member of Trinity Episcopalian Church and the Vero Beach Yacht Club. 

        Surviving are his wife, Jane, her one son John Mack Scott, of Reston VA one daughter, Linda D. Mack of Upper Marlboro, Md. and one grandchild. 

        A memorial service will be held at a later date. 

        In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to be made to VNA Hospice, 1111 36 St., Vero Beach Florida 32960 in Mr. Mack's memory. 

        Strunk and Funeral Home, Vero Beach, is in charge of arrangements. 




N. Jane Mack, Augusts 6,2003, Vero Beach Press Journal


        N. Jane Mack, 80, of Vero Beach had her resurrection day on August 4, 2003 after a long illness. 

During World War 11, Mrs. Mack was a real" Rosie the Riveter" working in an ammunition factory where she lost part of her hand in an accident. 

        Mrs. Mack continued to work in the war effort after her injuries.  Mrs. Mack and her husband Jack were active in the Vera Cruz Condominium community.  She had many friends and was a member of the bridge club and the Treasure Coast.

        She is survived by her two children, Scott and Linda both of the Washington D.C. area and her grandson Adam of Columbia South Carolina.  He will be missed. 

        Donations may be made to the VNA Hospice of the Indian River County, 1111 36th Street, Vero Beach, Fla. 32960 in Mrs. Mack memory. 

Strunk Funeral Home, Vero Beach is entrusted with the arrangements.




Census: 1930, Garland Co., Hot Springs Township


More About;  Scott Mack Writes,  "My mom did lose a finger in the war. She was working in a 20MM shell factory running a lathe. The person from the previous shift didn't replace the hand guard correctly and my mother's index finger on her right hand was torn off. She left that job and moved to Corpus to work in the Naval Uniform store at the Naval Air Station. that is where she met my dad. He was a Naval Aviator. They were married and when my dad was discharged, moved to D.C. and back to Denver, my father's home town. My sister was born while my dad was still in service and I was born in Denver.  My mom was a house wife and enjoyed that. She was a great cook and loved to entertain. We lived in Denver until 1958, then we moved to Springfield, Virginia. My dad worked for the Dept. of  Interior for 30 years and they then retired to Vero Beach, Florida. "


Children of JOHN MACK and NANNIE REYNOLDS are:

                  i.      JOHN SCOTT2 MACK.

                  ii.      LINDA D. MACK.


Posted by Robert Edward Reynolds

Grandson of Lee Reynolds

Hot Springs, Arkansas

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