Jean Mack

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Jean D. Mack,85 , of Factoryville died Tuesday evening at Tyler Memorial Hospital, Tunkhannock. Born in Tunkhannock on Sept. 10, 1929; the daughter of the late Albert Louis and Vida May Stark Snover. She was predeceased by two husbands Charles Leroy Bonitz who died in 1973 and Robert Mack who died in 2008. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Factoryville She was a 1947 graduate of Tunkhannock High School, she worked for Gay Murrays right out of High School. Then she started her career as a bank teller and moved her way up to manager at the Factoryville Branch and then switched careers and started working as a legal secretary for now Judge, Russell Shurtleff. She was a loving mother and nana; she loved to ride in parades with Robert Mack in his fire trucks. She enjoyed listening to and watching country music and polkas and was a big fan of QVC. She always attended her grandson’s events in school. Her grandsons were her pride and joy. She loved to go to Knoebels every year. The family would like to thank the staff at Golden Living Center for their wonderful care and Tyler Memorial Hospital ER for their care and compassion. Jean is survived by her daughter Lori and her husband Jay Travis of Factoryville; a son Kevin Bonitz of Palm Bay, Fl.; two grandsons Ben and Zack of Factoryville; a sister Betty Dennis of Tunkhannock and three brothers Albert Snover of Endicott, NY; Robert and his wife Geri Snover of Newark, Del.; Lynn and his wife Shirley Snover of Appalachia, NY.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral Service will be Saturday at 2pm from Anthony P. Litwin Jr. Funeral Homes, Inc . 33 Reynolds St., Factoryville with Rev. Paul Fields officiating. Friends may call Saturday from12 noon to service time at the funeral home. Interment Evergreen-Woodlawn Cemetery, Factoryville. Memorial contributions may be made to the Factoryville Fire and ambulance company 120 College Ave, Factoryville, PA 18419 or to the First Baptist church of Factoryville 10 Church St. Factoryville PA 18419.

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