Pam and Terry Mack Death, Two people died in deadly car accident

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Pam and Terry Mack Death – Two people died following a deadly car accident that happened on Saturday, November 11, 2023. The victims were identified as Pam and Terry Mack. According to reports, Pam and Terry Mack passed away from injuries sustained in the automobile crash. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated.

Committed to their community, Pam and Terry actively engaged in various organizations affiliated with Berkley Schools, Our Lady of La Salette, and the city of Berkley. In recent times, Pam contributed to the Berkley Women’s Junior Club, while Terry served as a council officer and held the distinguished position of a 4th degree Knight within the Knights of Columbus.

About Pam and Terry Mack

Pamela Anne Mack (Martin) and Terry Patrick Mack shared a remarkable journey, marked by a deep sense of community and unwavering devotion to their family. Pam, originally from Los Angeles, and Terry, born in St. Louis, eventually settled in Michigan after meeting at Western Michigan University.

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The couple married in 1983 and built their family in Auburn Hills, later moving to Berkley, Michigan, where they immersed themselves in various community, faith, and recreational organizations. Pam, a dedicated volunteer, spent over 40 years as a State Benefits worker, leaving a lasting impact by managing numerous charitable drives and blood donations.

Described as a Soccer Mom and an active participant in her children’s activities, Pam’s warm personality and wit shone through in her interactions. Terry, a beloved figure within the Beaumont Hospital system, stood out for his kindness and compassion. His endearing nature, coupled with a strong work ethic, endeared him to colleagues and friends alike.

Together for 40 years, Pam and Terry prioritized others, exemplifying love, humor, and non-judgmental support. Their impact resonates in the community, among extended family, and, most profoundly, in the hearts of their heartbroken children. As they leave a legacy of selflessness, their granddaughter Sophia is set to inherit a treasure trove of stories and beautiful memories of her beloved Grandma PamPam and Grampa Tee.

Survived by

Along with their children and grandchild, they are survived by their incredible siblings; Robert (Leslie), Anne (Bob), John (Becky), David (Susan), Vicki (Carl), Donna (Jonathan), Jennifer (Ramon), Bill, and Tone (Laura), their loving step-mother Evelyn and a classroom full of nieces and nephews.


The family will receive guests on Sunday at Sawyer Fuller Funeral Home from 1:00 PM until 9:00 PM with a Rosary at 5:00 PM under the auspices of the Berkley Knights of Columbus Holy Rosary Council and 7:00 PM Scripture Service officiated by Fr. Jim Livingston followed by the family eulogy.

Funeral Monday 10:00 AM Instate until the time of the Mass of Resurrection 11:00 AM Our Lady of LaSalette Catholic Church 2600 Harvard, Berkley.

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