Johnny Mack

Johnny Mack

Johnny Gene Mack was born on May 20, 1957 and raised in McNary, Arizona. He was the youngest of 8 children born to Grady and Wydell Mack. Johnny attended McNary Elementary School and graduated from McNary High School in 1978. Johnny held many hats including volunteer Fire Chief of the White Mountain Apache Tribe Fire Department. He was also a volunteer for the Pine-lakeside Fire Department. Johnny worked until 2016 with the City of Pinetop-Lakeside Road Department until medical problems forced him to retire. He continued to fish and watch his family grow while enjoying his grandchildren. Johnny passed away in Phoenix, Arizona on April 19, 2022, a day after his and his wife’s, Evelyn, 35th wedding anniversary. Johnny leaves his cherished wife, Evelyn Mack; daughter: Kelly Hastings Sabajo; son: Johnathon L. Mack and daughters: Sunceria Mack and Laura Mack. Services will take place on Saturday, April 30, 2022. Viewing at 11 am and services at 12 pm. Please join the family at Silver Creek Mortuary 440 East White Mountain Blvd, as they transport his body to Blooming Grove Missionary Baptist Church 4325 Yuma lane, Lakeside, Arizona.

Arrangements were entrusted to Silver Creek Mortuary. If you wish to share condolences with the Mack Family, please visit www.silvercreekmortuary.net.

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