Robert Brian Mack, Jr.

June 8, 1984January 6, 2020

Robert Brian Mack, was born on June 8, 1984 and passed away on January 6, 2020.


  • Visitation one hour prior to the service Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Memorial Service Friday, January 10, 2020


Robert Brian Mack, Jr.

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Julie Mong

January 12, 2020

I have such good memories of our younger years. You lived right down the street from me and right across from Lindsay. My first boyfriend ♥️ You brought me chocolate on Valentine’s Day and I can still remember the day I ate it. You always had a funny way of showing your love, but I always knew I had a friend in you. I’ll cherish those times a little more now.

Joseph Doriety

January 10, 2020

Damn man...playing football behind lesners, ice hockey at the courts, baseball in the summers.... One of my first friends when i moved to michigan, i remember riding my bike up the hill and hearing these loud ass kids fighting inside that blue house having a great time wrestling each other to prove who was the strongest...Elementary school was so memorable for me because of you and your family, especially 5th grade year. Your mom always chearing us all on at every game, always yelling out BERT!!! I can still hear happened and we all lost touch but man i will always love you bro. I hope your at peace and watch over your whole family.

Kim (Morris) Schuster

January 10, 2020

I am at a loss for words. Robert was one of the sweetest young men that I had the pleasure of watching him play in all his sports. He was genuine and I will miss his blue eyes and smile! Rest In Peace. Say hi to my Dad he loved watching you play as well. 😥

Ali Nagy (Bletch)

January 10, 2020

I cannot express how truly sad this news made me. Although I haven’t spoken to Robert in a number of years, I know if we ran into each other along the way, things would have just picked right up where we left them years before. I will never forget him agreeing to help me with math, if I did his spelling when we sat together in 6th grade. Or all the times in high school he thought he was larger than life, and then managed to t-bone a cow in the road. So many great memories with Robert and the Mack family. Sending my love and prayers to North Carolina to be with you all. Xo

Jim Greer

January 10, 2020

I’m truly heartbroken he’s no longer with us. Growing up best friends, I hardly have any memories from K-12 that Robert’s not in... running around your backyard, riding bikes into town, chatting up girls online in his room, making the class laugh, always batting back-to-back in baseball, going to Mikey’s before every football game, long days at Advanced Graphics, always laughing together, calling everybody jackasses... I took for granted for all these years that I’d see him again. He was like a brother to me, and you guys were a 2nd family to me. I’ll always love all of you guys and I’m so sorry. Rest In Peace Rob :(

Ted Ricciardelli

January 10, 2020

Bob, Debbie, Steve and all of the family... just wanted to take a moment to express how sad we are with Rob leaving us all so early in his life. We truly loved him, he was a wonderful person and was always ready to lend a hand or have a long conversation with a wonderful attitude, a huge smile, and great sense of humor. He made no secret of how he cared for Teddy and Nick, he enjoyed shooting hoops with the boys, was always looking out for them, and just recently gave Teddy a kick in the butt for being too close to the street! We miss him and he will be be missed and remembered always. We are always here for you. Our sincerest condolences... Ted, Maritza, Teddy & Nick.

Laura Clarkston

January 10, 2020

Dear Mack Family,

There are no words to express how sorry we are for your loss.
Even though we haven't seen or talked to each other, we want you to know that Robert was always respectful, kind and always made us laugh when visiting at our home, chatting at high school football games, etc. Robert was a good man! Our thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy go out to each and everyone of you!

Mike & Laura Clarkston

Keith Sortzi

January 9, 2020

I have not many words express my sadness. On this day. I am still soaking this in.
Debbie, Mr. Mack, I am truely sorry for your loss, your blood, a brother,my good friend and brother, Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in my thoughts and prayers..
May the comfort of God help you through this difficult time.
RIP my dear friend one day will meet again on better terms.

Those we have held in our arms for a little while, we hold in our hearts forever

--Author Unknown

Att: Debbie
I have alot more photos ALOT I have to find the box I saved them in.

Stephanie "Warden" VanSipe

January 9, 2020

Man just heard this morning! Can't believe it, you will be missed by so many. Know you loved sports, we're always outgoing & fun , usually with a big smile on your face. Thoughts go out to your family💔 & friends. R.I.Paradise 😪

Marla Edwards-Head

January 9, 2020

So sad to hear of Rob passing away. My memories of him are soccer practices and games that Debbie drove us to. His giant smile would light up a room and his laugh you couldn’t help but laugh with him.