Eric Joseph Mack
June 28, 1956 – May 5, 2018
Eric Joseph Mack was born on June 28, 1956 in Portland, ME and passed away on May 5, 2018.
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Eric Joseph Mack
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June 8, 2018
I was so sad to hear about Dr. Mack’s passing. He was very, very particular in the way that he administered exams. No letter or number was to be out of place. I did not appreciate that level of detail as a student but as a pharmacist I thought of him often and realized that there was a reason that he was so meticulous... regardless of how precisely he would ask us to fill in our exam books someone would inevitably get it wrong. I will remember him fondly.
May 21, 2018
Eric and I were colleagues
I hired Eric at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. We became colleagues and more importantly great friends. He was very close to my entire family. He loved his sister and her family very much. Eric was a kind and generous man who was totally dedicated to his students success and well being. He was very proud to be a Pharmacist and worked extremely hard for the profession. When he moved to California he became very involved in Temple and was loved and cherished by all. My family and I are ver saddened by his passing. I am extremely happy that he was put to rest in Maine because he loved Maine and that is where he was from. To his family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Eric had called me just before he passed away an wanted us to keep his sister in our thoughts and prayers for an issue. I will miss him tremendously. Rest in peace my friend
Ron and Liz DeBellis
May 16, 2018
Dr. Mack cared about every student at Northeastern, and our success. He saw each of us as a person and a student; he made it a point to bond with each class and ensure everyone knew he was always available to us. I am very sorry for his family's loss, and the loss for all of us that knew him.
May 14, 2018
Eric and I were colleagues for several years at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. I worked closely with him in our roles as co-advisors for APhA-ASP where I witnessed firsthand his dedication to our students. I know that many former colleagues and students will be as sad as I am to learn of his untimely passing...