Holly Jean Mack, 26, of Kingman passed away Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009, in Kingman. She was born Nov. 13, 1982, in Kingman and lived here her entire life, except briefly to continue her education.
Holly completed through grade 12 in Kingman. She then attended ASU and obtained her bachelor's degree in Biology. Holly would have earned her master's degree in December of this year in Judicial Administration. Holly will be recognized for her dedication with Mohave County Law Enforcement by the Honor Guard at her memorial service.
Holly is survived by her daughter, Bailey of Kingman; her father, Jim Mack and his partner Toni Rashelof; mother, Mickey Harris and her husband Lloyd Harris; brother, Greg Mack; sisters, Amy Bracken, Kelly Bradley and Carol Mack, all of Kingman. She is also survived by three nephews, Michael, Cade and Cameron; and five nieces, Emily, Eleni, Ellie, Rachel and Cassidy, all of Kingman.
Holly always had a smile no matter what was happening. She always made us laugh. She was the best "Auntie." Holly will always be remembered for being such a positive person and great mother. She always did so much for others. She was great at planning and her outgoing nature left everyone in awe.
Holly was a woman with an incredible amount of honesty, integrity, outspokenness and love. Her co-workers loved her and always knew how dedicated she was.
Holly loved her family and was an amazing person. Holly was our sunshine in a world with some clouds.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, at Grace Lutheran Church, 2101 Harrison St.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the account for Bailey Anderson at Wells Fargo Bank.