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Watertown- A mass of Christian burial for Alice C. Mack will be celebrated on May 31 at 10:00AM at St. Patrick’s Church with the Rev. Donald Robinson officiating. Burial will follow in North Watertown Cemetery. Calling Hours will be 3 PM to 7 PM, Friday, May 30 at the Cleveland Funeral Home, Watertown, NY.

Our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother passed away peacefully at home with her loving family at her side.

Alice Cecelia Mack was born November 16, 1919 in Rosiere, New York. One of 8 children, her parents were the late Harvey and Martha White. She married Bernard Paul Mack on June 7, 1947 At St Vincent DePaul’s Church in Rosiere. They were married over 50 years. Bernie died in May 2001 and has been waiting patiently for her to join him.

She is survived by her 10 children, Martha Mack (Rene Gordon), Fort Lauderdale, Fla, Karen Sirakos (Thomas, deceased), Pittsburgh, Pa, Nancy Jessup (Lew), Dexter, NY, Norma Mabe, Watertown, NY, Linda Tucker (Stephen), Dexter, NY, Brenda Mack, Watertown, NY, Paul Mack (Stacey) Watertown, NY, Mary Ellen Mack, Ogdensburg, NY, Ronald Mack (Jacqueline), Gulfport, Mississppi, Alan Mack (Catherine), Gold Canyon, Arizona, 14 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren. Alice is also survived by one brother, Adrian White of Rosiere, NY. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews and many friends that were like family.

She lived on Chestnut Street over 60 years in a home that was built by her husband Bernie. They both loved the outdoors and gardening and growing Christmas trees at “Scratchy Patch.” Many of the older generations will remember getting their Christmas tree from Alice.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Patrick’s Church. A special thank you is extended to Hospice and the staff at Samaritan Medical Center for their kindness.

Gramma always said if she had to do it all over again, she wouldn’t change one thing. We will miss canned tomatoes and her homemade jellies. She will be greatly missed.

Arrangements are with Cleveland Funeral Home, Watertown, NY.

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