Sadie Mae Flegler-Mack
09/20/1921 - 07/30/2021
Obituary for Sadie Mae Flegler-Mack
Mother Sadie Mae Mack 99, of North Charleston, was born on September 20, 1921 and died on Friday, July 30, 2021. Mother Mack is survived by daughters, Minister Bertha Bryant of Servern, Md and Deconess Jeanette Mc Fadden (Deacon Willie) of North Charleston, SC. Sons, Tony and LaMont Mack both of North Charleston, SC. A special granddaughter, Sharon (Leon) Batie of Baltimore, Maryland. One brother, Frank (Joyce) Flegler of West Haven, CT. Daughter in law, Beverly Mack of Charleston, SC.Graveside services will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2021 at 11:00 AM at Union Baptist Church, Piggly Wiggly Drive, North Charleston. The walk through will be on Friday, August 6, 2021 from 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM at The Low Country Mortuary.
Sadie was born in Hemingway , SC to Walter Flegler and Rebecca Wilson Flegler. She was the widow of Isiah Mack, Sr. Sadie was educated in the Williamsburg County School system and was employed by The Charleston County School System.
She received Christ at an early age at Hopewell AME Church in Hemingway, SC. She later moved to Charleston, SC and joined Union Baptist Church as a Missionary and faithfully served on the Cooking Committee. Sadie was a member of the Elijah 4 Star and Red Hat Society and earned her diploma at Bonds-Wilson High School.
Affectionately called “Granny” , she was a mother not only to her children but to all who entered her doors. Granny was a loving and caring person. Her door was always open to anyone , full of inspiration and motivation with a smile. She was a great cook, would take a little and make plenty to served all with love. She was full of wisdom and possessed a heart of gold with much love to give.
On Friday, July 30, 2021 at 7:00 PM God needed a special flower to complete a beautiful arrangement he was creating and called for Sadie to come home. Her memories will forever be cherished by brother Frank Flegler (Joyce) of West Haven, CT, children;
Evangelist Bertha Bryant, Deaconess Jeanette McFadden( Deacon Willie), Tony Mack (Tana),and Lamont Mack all of Charleston, SC, a special granddaughter; Sharon Batie (Leon) of Baltimore, MD, 8 children preceded her in death, Isiah Mack, Jr., Donald, John, Leroy, Michael, Martha, Deloris and Mary, Daughter in Law; Beverly Mack of Charleston, SC, 28 grandchildren, 64 great grandchildren and 37 great-great grandchildren , a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends, special niece; Ella Williams and adopted grandson; Jonathan Williams.
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