Wilfred Carlton Mack, Jr

Wilfred Carlton Mack, Jr

December 18, 1955 - February 27, 2005



Pfc. Wilfred Carlton Mack, Jr., a painter and resident of Baker, died of a heart attack on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2005, at Earl K. Long Medical Center. He was 49 and a native of Baton Rouge. He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served in Company D, 317th Engineers Battalion.

Visiting at Carney-Mackey Funeral Home, 1576 Robin St., Baton Rouge. Religious service at Greater Oak Grove Baptist Church, 23595 Plank Road, Zachary, conducted by Bishop Freddie Phillips Jr. Interment in Port Hudson National Cemetery.

Survived by his godmother, Hazel F. Allen; a daughter, LaKeysha Walker, Baton Rouge; son, Wilfred C. Mack III, Baton Rouge; three sisters, Luereaner and Evanger Mack, both of Baton Rouge, and Paula Whitmore of Baker; god-sister, Camelia Watley; foster sister, Norma Jean White; five brothers, Joseph Coner, Fort Washington, Md., and Kenneth, Ronald, Curtis Sr. and Ed Mack, all of Baton Rouge; god-brother, Ronald Allen, Baton Rouge; two aunts, Leola Vincent and Ethel Vining, both of Baton Rouge; an uncle, Samuel Lee Sr. of Baton Rouge; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by his parents, Wilfred C. Mack Sr. and Annie L. Smith; sister, Shelia Mack; brother, Don Mack; and maternal and paternal grandparents.

He was a graduate of Scotlandville High School, Class of 1974.

Obituary published in The Advocate, (Baton Rouge, La.) - March 2, 2005, page 8-A.


Port Hudson National Cemetery
East Baton Rouge Parish
Louisiana, USA

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