White Plains, NY – Kenneth Craig Mack, 61, died January 4, 2021. He was born August 22, 1959, in White Plains, the son of David and Eulla Mae Mack.
Craig (called fondly by his family & friends) graduated from New Rochelle High School, class of 1978. Following graduation, he attended business school for Accounting in NYC. He worked as an Accountant for Madison Square Garden in NYC, the American Heart Association in White Plains, NY and a Jewish Non-profit organization in Riverdale, NY. He was well liked and a devoted worker at each job. He retired in 2011.
Craig was a member of the Strait Gate Church in Mamaroneck, NY where he received Christ as his personal Savior. He enjoyed music and sang regularly in the choir. He also ushered occasionally. He was an avid fan of car racing and attended the Indianapolis 500 yearly. He enjoyed collecting Train Sets, Comic Books and Action Figures.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by three brothers: Delton, Lee and Keith. Surviving are: his brother Terrence, of Danbury, CT, his sister Tracey Fox-Smith and her husband, Craig, of Wappinger Falls, NY; sister-in-law Grace Von Thomas, of North White Plains, NY; sister-in-law Helen Frazier, of Atlanta, GA; nephews, Donald and Cameron; nieces, Paris-Marie and Bridgette; and a host of family and friends.
A memorial service in celebration of his life will be held at a later date. Arrangements were made by Lee’s Funeral Home, 160 Fisher Ave., White Plains, NY.
The family wishes to express their appreciation and sincere thanks for all the acts of kindness shown to them in their time of bereavement.
The Entire Staff of Lee's Funeral Home, LLC respects that the family of Kenneth Mack entrusted the care of their loved one to us, and that they value the level of service & attention our funeral home provides. We are honored, in turn, to provide comfort, assistance and service to the Mack family during their time of bereavement.
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