Sandra Diane Mack • October 16, 2018



Sandra Diane Mack, 72, of Pensacola passed away Tuesday, October 16, 2018.
Mrs. Mack was a native and lifelong resident of Pensacola, FL and a member of Community Life Center in Gulf Breeze. She was retired from the Escambia County School District with 30 years of service.
Sandra was also involved with Hotel For Dogs and Cats, and The Humane Society.
Preceding Sandra in death are her parents, Earl and Effie Marshburn.
Survivors include her husband of 22 years, Benny Mack; children, David McDaniel, Jr. (Minyoung Park), Stephanie Perez (Marcos) and Greg Mack; grandchildren, Skylar Perez, Sage Perez, Miles McDaniel and Evie McDaniel; and brother, Ronnie Marshburn (Debbie).
The family will receive friends at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Friday, October 19, 2018 from 2 PM till the service begins at 3 PM. Pastor Scott Veroneau will officiate.
The family request in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Humane Society at www.pensacolahumane.org/donate and dedicate your donation to Sandi Mack under “Additional Information.”

  1. Elizabeth Barker says:

    I want to extend my sympathy & Iove to Sandi’s family. Sandi and I worked at Oakcrest Elementary & our children (Stephanie and Timothy) attended school together there at that time. Sandi was truly an asset and blessing to the many children at Oakcrest and to the employees as well. Sandi will be missed by many who knew her. May God bless the family with peace and comfort.
    Liz Barker

  2. Nancy Blackmon says:

    My love goes out to Benny, David, Stephanie, Greg and the entire family. Oh how she loved her family.

    She was so proud of Skylar, Sage, Miles and Evie.

    Sandi was such a dear friend to me. I am going to miss the lunch outings Jewel and I had with Sandi. She was happy any place we ate as long as they served salad, cheese or hush puppies

    She was always ready to help me with every get together I had from 90th birthday party to baby shower and many parties in between.

  3. KATHY PHILLIPS says:

    Sandi was my best friend for so many years – 63 to be exact. We had so many memories and so much love. I will miss her so much. God had a plan for her so that she did not have to suffer. He knew what was best and I thank Him for that. God bless her sweet family, Benny, Steph, David, Greg and those sweet grandchildren that she loved more than life itself. I am praying for each of you.

  4. Dawn Gaines Taylor says:

    Sandi was loved by EVERYONE who knew her and a second mom to many! I had the privilege of knowing and loving her since I was a young girl, cheering with Stephanie, and many a slumber parties. Sandi’s sweet soul will be missed by many, but Heaven surely gained a wonderful angel. I loved her so!

  5. Ann Stanley says:

    So sorry to hear of Sandi’s passing. My thoughts and prayers to her family. You will cherish the many wonderful memories of her in the days to come. I pray that God will give you comfort in your sorrow.

  6. Barbra Hampton says:

    Our love goes out to the immediate family. She was a cheerful and loving lady. So very special to me as I grew up into a young woman. I moved away to California and our paths crossed on holidays and special occasions. My father and mother loved her as their own and she is celebrating with them in heaven now. My brothers and sister will miss her sweet spirit greatly…. From The McDaniel’s-Denton’s and Hamptons❤️

  7. Rose Mary White says:

    Sandi was one of the sweetest people I think I ever met in my life. Never having an ill feeling towards anyone. We were dear friends, members of the same family for many years and remained dear friends to this day. She was a wonderful mother, daughter, sister and wife. I loved our outings to lunch to catch up on friends and family, that always left me smiling and looking forward to our next outing. She would make me pick the next date for lunch so we could have something to look forward to. She loved loved loved her husband BennyMack, as she affectionately referred to him , her beautiful children Greg, Stephie and Davey and those beautiful grandchildren. She loved Marcos and Minyoung as if they were her own. I know because that was always in our conversations. Oh and those puppies. They were her children too. Someone told me once that if someone is taken suddenly, that the Lord loved them dearly. I know that he loved Sissy dearly. I did too.

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