Daisy Mae Mack-Phillips, 85, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at the home of her nephew where she moved in several years ago to give care to him.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Luther and Ginny Mack; her husband, Bobby Gene Phillips; three sisters: Margaret Brown, Bennie Mae Collins, and Huncey Smith; three brothers: John Lee Mack, Walter Lee Mack, and Robert Mack; and nephews: Robert Knox, Gary and Perez McMahan and Johnathan Mack.
She accepted Christ at an early age and joined Pleasant Grove Baptist Church where she worked faithfully and willingly on the Kitchen Committee until her health failed.
Daisy's occupation was to give care to others. She was employed by Dr. Cecil and Marjorie Kimball, helping raise their children and giving them care as a loving mother. Later, she was employed by Mallory Battery, Ltd. (Duracell, Inc.) where she retired after 25 years.
Daisy leaves to cherish her memories, a son, Harvey (Tyra) Mack; two grandsons: David Williams, and Patrick Jones; nieces: Joann Jones, Penny Mack, Tasha Phillips; her daughter, JaMaya Hill, who cared for Daisy, until her passing; her nephews, Charles (Natalie) and Dexter Brown, Johnathan Mack, LaMotta, Robert, and Anthony McMahan; brother-in-law, Clayborne (Sophia) Phillips all of Cleveland; sister-in-law, Sarah Tucker of Medina, Ohio; her goddaughter, Terri (Bobby) Evans of Minnesota; special friends: Francis Arnold, Hazel Ramsey, and Helen Miller; a host of other relatives, her church family and friends.
A walk-through visitation will be on Thursday, from 1 until 6 p.m. at the Patton Funeral Home Chapel, 265 Fair St. S.E., Cleveland, TN.
Services will be on Friday, May 14, 2021, at 3 p.m., at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 799 Inman St. E., with the Rev. Edward S. Robinson as Eulogist. Interment will follow at Hilcrest Memorial Gardens.
Patton Funeral Home is honored to serve the Phillips family.
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