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Deputy Sheriff Wesley Mack

Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Georgia

End of Watch Monday, July 12, 2004

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Wesley Mack

Never forgotten, prayers to your family and department.

Judge /retired SC Trooper Danny Lynn
Aiken County, SC

July 12, 2017

It still hurts as much now as it did then...I miss you Brother!

From 2004:

I cannot tell you how much I miss you. These words will never be enough to let the world know what a loss we've experienced. You are a great friend and brother. I am proud to say I served with you. You touched the lives of everyone around you in a positive way. I am a better person for having known you. Hannah misses her "favorite policeman." There is not one time the crosses set for you on I-20 do not remind her and my wife of you. Hannah is 6, though, and it's hard to tell her she'll see you again. But we can all rest easy knowing that you don't hurt anymore. We know the streets of Heaven are safer. Everyone there, I'm sure, is getting to know you and you are now their favorite T-6. God let us know that you did your job and he took you home. We'll stay here and try to fill shoes that are very difficult to fill. My heart goes out to your family. All they have to do is call and we are here for them. I love you my brother. Brian (P-Rock)

Investigator Brian c. Jones
Columbia County Sheriff's Office
September 20, 2004

Captain Brian C. Jones
Augusta Technical College
Peace Officers Training Academy
Columbia County Sheriff's Office (Retired)

February 15, 2017

I did not know Officer Mack personally. I aspire to be a police officer someday. Being from Evans, Georgia, I have had the opportunity to talk with many of the deputies who worked with him. In doing so, I have learned a lot about him and can truly say he has made an impact on my life. Seeing his pictures in the substation is truly humbling.

Isaiah 6:8
"Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

This verse comes to mind when I think of you Mr. Mack. I know you can hear me when I say this. Thank you. Your sacrifice has not been forgotten. Your passing has inspired a future. Someday, I will hold the Thin Blue Line and it would not have been possible if it were not for men and women like you.

-Kristopher Douglass

Kristopher Douglass

December 5, 2016

Hello... It has been a while since I have been on here. I was just sitting thinking of you and thought I would let you know that I truly miss you! We all know you are in a better place, but there is not a day that goes by that you are not in my thoughts. You are truly missed by all. Gone but NEVER forgotten....

Mary A Payne

November 6, 2016

To my dear brother, Wesley:

It's been 12 years now, and memories of you are still and will always be fresh in my mind.....As being your oldest sister, my memories of you are always present in my mind. Dad's gone now and never really got over losing you, just as we all have....I often think of you as we were growing up, and all the funny things and good times we had as children....You are missed and loved beyond the words I write here....No one knows what it's like to lose someone, unless you've been there....but the good memories replace all the sorrow, we feel....Just wanted you to know that you will never be forgotten.....WE CHERISH THE PRECIOUS MEMORIES EVERYDAY OF OUR LIVES!....Rest on brother, I love you always and forever!
Your big sister,
Cookie*

Evangelist Carolyn Holley
Sister of deceased

July 11, 2016

Hey Wesley, was just thinking bout you and wanted to say hello and thanks for keeping us safe down here. I know when we have dark and scary times your big beautiful smile will always be that guiding light for us to get home. Thank you Wesley. Miss ya

Keith Warner
Columbia county S O. T8

April 29, 2015

Gone but never forgotten my friend. Still think of you nearly every day. It's hard to believe it's been 10 years since you left this world.

Kris Nicholas

July 15, 2014

Dad. It's been 10 yrs. I miss you so much. Things are not the same without you. I want my daddy back. I miss your smile, laugh and just talking to you. One thing i am glad about is that I was able to have a closer relationship with you. I think about you every day! But I knew when god took you he had greater plans for you I didn't understand it back then but now I do. I have my own personal angel watching over me! RIP DADDY I LOVE YOU!

Taiwan
Daughter

July 13, 2014

I had the pleasure of knowing Deputy Mack and his daughter. Mack was an outstanding guy and everyone he came in contact with instantly fell in love with his character and humor. He is and always will be missed.

RIP Deputy Mack

David Huey
RCSO Supporter and Civilian

July 13, 2014

Oh wow!!! i dont even know what made me come to this site today but i am sure that it had to be God's plan that i did....Wesley, words cannot describe how much i miss you, Willie and of course Daddy....life is just not as joyous and fulfilling without the three of you.....but i am sure that you are all together in the presence of the Lord with no more worries, or pain or sorrow or sickness......its funny too cause i was just thinking about you, Willie and Daddy today and the family outings that we use to have and i just said to myself, its just not the same without the "whole" family being together, though i am looking forward to the day that we will all be together again by the goodness and the mercy of God. I was here reading through some of the wonderful words that people had to say about you and it just brought the most wonderful tears of joy and pride to have had such a wonderfully blessed older brother as you....you were truly an immense influence in many of our lives and you went out of your way so many times to lend a helping hand to so many of us. I remember when you left us, i used to wonder how Dad and Mom were going to get along without you because i know that you were a tremendous blessing to them when they left new york.....but God is good all the time and He will make a way for those who know and love Him and through all the trials and challenges that we go through in this life, His love and His mercy always remain.....its what allows us to carry on after a loss such as you and it will continually strengthen and edify us until the day that we see each other again.

I love you forever, Wesley......you are truly missed!

Your "baby brother" Anthony

AK2 Anthony Mack
USN (vet) Petty Officer 2nd Class

August 13, 2013

Mac just wanted to stop by and let you know I'm still mad at you after all this time, because you left me. You've really been missed so much in my life all those long talks, smiles, and advice. Mac I hurt when I think of you. I haven't been able to go to Cracker Barrell since that day. Your keys are still on my dresser, I just can't part with them...I feel like I'm holding on to you if I keep them..... I look at them daily and think of you.. I miss you dearly...THE TEARS KEEPS ROLLING R.I.P MAC

Sandra
Your Best Friend

May 6, 2013

Hey Mack! I was riding to work and got a speeding ticket this morning from a Richmond County motorcycle officer (T35). He remembers you and spoke well of you. He said you always had a smile on... He was a nice young man. We miss ya old friend!

Kris Nicholas

September 6, 2012

Today you would have celebrated a birthday...although you're not here, I will still continue to celebrate the time we had together. You were a blessing to everyone that knew you....we all love you and miss you. Happy Birthday T-6......

Deputy Sheriff
Columbia County Sheriff's Office

May 20, 2012

Rest in Peace, Deputy Mack. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.

Officer 11169

March 24, 2012

We lost another brother today (Richmond County Deputy)....It's so sad....It made me think of you.....You are truly missed T-6......Gone but not forgotten.....

Mary Payne
Columbia County Sheriff's Office

October 23, 2011

Sgt Mack,
Thought of you today, thought that I would write something. Thank you for your Service to your Country and Your Community! I know I used to give Donna "fits" when I worked for her at Gordon. But I got to meet you, and you were a good man! Rest In Peace, Wes! You are not forgotten!
Lynny Sumner, Woodland Park, CO

SFC Lynwood D Sumner
US Army (Retired)

September 14, 2011

Wesley was my Drill Sergeant in Basic Training. I googled his name and found this link. RIP Sgt. Mack

Sergeant Kevin Weaver
Charlotte Mecklenburg

August 10, 2011

Missing you everyday. I know you are with your twin, Willie, and Dad in heaven. Mom is doing very well. You would be very proud of her. I love you and will always keep you, Willie and Dad close to my heart. Good news....I've been called to Pastor a church in the Bronx. There's a lot of preliminaries I must go through first. But God is good. Arnold sends his love. I love you with everything in me.
Marjorie

Marjorie Mack-Batson
Sister

July 27, 2011

7 Years today you left this earth.....We all know you are in a better place but we still wish you were here. We all love you and miss you so much. You had such a major impact on the lives of many to include mine. Words can't describe how I feel.....I know you continue to look over me. I thank God everyday for you being a part of my life. You are the greatest......RIP T-6.

Mary Boseman-Payne
Columbia County Sheriff's Office

July 12, 2011

Wesley,
On this, the seventh year since you passed away, I continue to think about you and the good times. From the interesting conversations in the SOD office, to the trip to GPSTC with Willie Reed I miss the laughter and fun we had. Sometimes our jobs caused us saddness, we always seemed to lean on each other to get through it. I look at your memorial photo in my office everyday and am reminded of those times. I also remind my current students that life is precious and we should cherish every moment we have with each other.
Continue to watch over us my brother as you have been doing and I look forward to the glorious day where I can shake your hand again and see that smile that I have missed for the past seven years.

Eric Snowberger
Columbia County SO

July 12, 2011

Hey Bud...

It's been awhile since Ive stopped by, but I think about you a lot. This week has been a hard week. My Chief passed away and it made me remember how i felt when I got the news you were no longer with us. You encouraged me so much when I first started this field almost 12 years ago. you were such a great friend. I think you would be proud of what I have accomplished. but I know you have been with us all through these years and you are much love and missed!!!!

Michelle Crawford / Patrol
Pooler Police Dept / former Columbia County SO

September 3, 2010

How much you still continue to impact the family. They are all grown and have wonderful kids of their own. You would be so proud of each and every one of them. I was talking to a dear friend of ours today about the impact you made in our lives. I will always carry you in my heart. Thank you for your love, laughter but mostly for allowing me to be a part of your life. Despite the pain of you being gone, God continues to be faithful and shows me mercy each day.

Donna Mack

July 12, 2010

Your heroism and service is honored today, the sixth anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer who was murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect. Your memory will always be honored and revered.

Rest In Peace.

Phyllis Loya

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

July 12, 2010

Although it's been 6 years today, it's STILL hard to believe it's been so long. Words still can't express how and what I feel. You will always be a part of me. I love you!

Mary Boseman
Columbia County Sheriff's Office Deputy

July 12, 2010

Hi Wesley,
I was just thinking about you today when I looked on my bookcase and saw the wall rubbing of your name I took in DC. I am glad to see so many people visit you, even some from the agency who never knew you. A lot of them hear stories of you from the rest of us here who were afforded the privilege of serving with you. I know you are looking over us all and I thank you for that.

LT Harvey Woods
Columbia County Sheriff's Office

June 28, 2010

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