29 January, 194721 July, 2021

JAMES R MACK, age 74, of Oakdale, Connecticut passed away on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. JAMES was born January 29, 1947 in Altoona, PA.

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Russell Ripley

29 July 2021

Hi Judy and Adam. So sorry for your loss. My first time I was together with Jim was a hiking/camping trip to the Farmington River. This was my first time hiking because my oldest just moved up to Boy Scouts. Jim said there was an opening in the committee. I asked what position. He said chair! At the first committee meeting, I said I did not want to step on any body's toes, so if any person wanted to be chair, I would be more that happy to let them have that position. No takers. I was promptly elected or volunteered or what ever it was. I served that position until my oldest made Eagle Scout and had to leave because he was 18 years old. There were many fun trips to each of New England's highest points. Mount Washington stands out as a memorial one.

Russ Ripley

Jennifer Menge-Andrew

27 July 2021

I grew up across the street from the Mack’s and I have so many fond memories of those years. Mr. Mack was always kind and fun and involved. My condolences,

Judith Keanon

24 July 2021

To the Jim Mack Family, it is with great sadness that we send this condolence message to you on the passing of your beloved Husband and Father, Jim. We remember him with much fondness and love of his smiling face and all he did with his involvement in the Boy Scouts, and many other things. He was always there if you needed help. David was just thinking of him and his involvement with Jim in the Scouts several days ago, and we just got the news of Jim’s passing today. We send our love and sympathies to you at your time of sorrow. We want you to know you are in our prayers, thoughts and hearts. God Bless you all as you move forward through your loss. With Much Love, Judi and David Keanon
(Cowboy, and The Purple Lady)