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Mack E. Suggs
May 21, 1954 ~ February 2, 2022 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Mack Earl Suggs, Sr. was born to the late Earrie and Jessie Mae Suggs on May 21, 1954. He departed this earthly life on February 2, 2022. He was preceded in death by his three brothers Earrie Suggs, Jr., Aaron Anderson and George Suggs, and three sisters Christy Suggs, Lurean Swearengen and Cherry Suggs-Smith.
Mack accepted Christ at an early age at Massey Grove M.B. Church, where he once served as Chairman of the deacon board. He was an active member of the Massey Grove M.B. Church Male Choir. He remained a faithful member until his death. Mack was a member of the Christian Harmonizers of Swan Lake, MS. He was a true farmer at heart. He was a member of the Yalobusha County Cattle Association and Delta Community Farms, Inc. Although he spent most of his career at Smith & Nephew Richards, he was immersed in the Christian community that would be his lifelong support from an early age.
Mack was united in holy matrimony to Patricia Ann (Wheeler) Suggs of Charleston, MS on May 23, 1981. He leaves to carry out his legacy of excellence to his wife, children, Angela (Jamie) Capers of Tyler, TX, Stephanie (Stanley) Miller of Fort Worth, TX, Jennifer (Roderick) Dyson, Victoria (Lee) Hopkins both of Brandon, MS, Ashly (Zack) Smith of Ridgeland, MS and one son Mack (Chelsie) Suggs, Jr. of Little Rock, AR. He leaves four sisters Bobbie Taylor-Martin, Pearly Roberson both of Oxford, MS, Annie Buckley of Arkansas and Hattie Joyce Bridges of St. Louis, MO. Two brothers Andrew (Janice) Suggs of Grenada, MS and Moses Bridges of Arizona. He leaves to cherish his memory his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives.