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Betty A. Mack

Betty A. Mack, a young 92 YO and a longtime resident of Lompoc passed away October 16, 2017 in Centerville, Georgia where she could join those that left before her: husband Bill Mack, daughter Candy Hillin Evans, Parents Mary and Finis T Conger, siblings Robert, Roy, Charles, Mary, and an infant Conger.

Mom enjoyed working in Lompoc at the LUSD offices and then the “Bus Garage” for 28 years as the go-to-person for the buildings, grounds, and transportation department. She really shined working for the group that supported the schools and they enjoyed her. She met her sole mate, Bill Mack, whom she married and shared 8 short -wonderful years together. Bill was the love of her life but he left this world in 1983 – she never remarried. She was a history buff, a supporter of many women's rights movements, a fashionista, a country line dancer, and loved to take weekends to travel with Bill at every opportunity. Always the classic lady wherever she went and a generous sole that will be truly missed by many hearts she touched over the years.

She leaves behind children Kimberly Kostal, her husband Karl of Seattle, Leslie Hillin Weber and her husband David of Georgia, and was preceded in death by Candy Hillin Evans (1948-1997). Grandchildren: Celeste Bradshaw, Meagan Bright and husband Erik; all of Washington, Matthew Weber and wife Ashley and Alexander Weber; of Georgia. Great-grandchildren: Emma Bradshaw Lifvendahl, Easton, Wesley & Brien Bright, Owen and Miles Weber. Nieces: Pam Rincon, Carolyn Payne and Nancy Rossow.

An open service will take place on Monday, January 8th , 3 pm at the Lompoc Evergreen Cemetery. A celebration of her life service will follow at the Starbuck-Lind reception room from 4 PM to 6PM.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the United Methodist Church of Lompoc

I know she is Line Dancing in the Stars!

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