Emma Mack Obituary
In Ashburn, Georgia, Emma was born October 14, 1953, to Pearlie Mae and Oliver Robinson. She attended the Great Jones High School.
She was employed at Motel 6, where she was a supervisor for many years. Emma had a passion for playing softball, where she played until health would not let her play any further. Her favorite say was, "Swing Batter Batter, Swing!"
She was a God-fearing woman who attended Love Fellowship Christian Church for many years. She served on the usher board and the culinary committee.
She loved gardening, going to the flea market, fishing, and spending time with her husband.
Emma was preceded in death by her parents – Pearlie Mae and Oliver Robinson; sisters – Doris Robinson, Edna Robinson, and Onzlo Robinson.
Emma leaves to cherish her memories: a devoted husband of 46 years – Ronald C. Mack; step-children – Raymond Mack, Jeremy Mack, Kelvin Mack, Quentin Mack, Tawyna Mack, Carolyn Holmes, Rosetta Loretta Rose; sisters – Jennifer Wright (Rudolph), Cynthia Stokes (Frank), Julie Owens (the late Leroy Owens, Sr.), Alma Robinson, Barbara Robinson, Gloria Robinson, Olivia Robinson, and Elizabeth Ody; special nephew – Tony Mack; devoted niece – Valerie Benson Amiwero; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and sorrowing friends.