Mae Mackey
December 29, 1937 - June 5, 2015
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First Baptist Church - West Monroe Feazel Chapel
West Monroe, LA 71291
318-322-5104 | Map
Tuesday 6/9, 2:00 pm

A Celebration and Thanksgiving Service for the life of Mae Mackey will be held at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at Feazel Chapel at First Baptist Church, West Monroe, with Reverend Michael Wood, Dr. Dwight Munn, and Dr. George Haile officiating.Mae S. Mackey of West Monroe, age 77, passed into eternal life on June…

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Keith Bunch left a message on June 15, 2015:
Mrs. Mackey taught me 10th grade Typing and 11th grade Accounting at LSU Lab. She was a terrific teacher, so caring and always so positive with an encouraging smile. It's evident she lived her faith. A wonderful educator as well, she opened the door for my lifelong love of accounting, now my profession as a CPA. Thank you Mrs. Mackey! God bless you!
Steve Delacroix left a message on June 12, 2015:
For thirteen years I taught just across the hall from the kindest and most positive ladies at the Lab School. Condolences to Jim, Joy, and family.
Brenda Sylvest Salassi left a message on June 9, 2015:
Dear Dr. Mackey and Joy,I have such fond memories of you all sitting with Mae behind the Tigerettes at LSU football games. Joy was very young and we had such fun with her. I am so sad for your loss and will keep you both in my prayers.Brenda SylvestTigerette 1976-79
Barbara and Mickey Freiberg left a message on June 8, 2015:
Jim and Joy, I am deeply saddened to hear of Mae's passing. I find myself frequently telling people to have a "Marvelous Monday" or "Fantastic Friday"; each time I say these words, I think of Mae...what a WONDERFUL, positive, cheerful woman she was, always a joy to be around. She was also an outstanding teacher; I was probably the only student with whom she never had much success. (During my "off"/planning period, she allowed me to audit a typing class with her freshaman students; I don't think I ever got over 60 words a minute....I still can't type!) May God grant you peace during this difficult time and may your memories of this wonderful woman bring you joy each day. Barbara
Jonathan Roberts, M.D. left a message on June 8, 2015:
Mrs. Mackey, I am deeply saddened to hear of your passing. I will always remember your gentle demeanor and your smile. You taught me the skill of typing, which I have used since your class and throughout my education and my professional life. It was truly a pleasure to have been taught by you. My deepest condolences to your family. Rest in heavenly peace.Rod RobertsUniversity High School Class of 1981
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Jonathan Roberts, M.D. left a message on June 8, 2015:
Mrs. Mackey, I am deeply saddened to hear of your passing. I will always fondly remember being a student in your typing class. The skill of typing I learned from you, I used throughout my education, and my professional life. It was truly a honor and a pleasure to have been taught by you. I will always remember your gentle demeanor and your smile. Thank you Mrs. Mackey. I will never forget you. May you rest in heavenly peace.Rod RobertsUniversity High School Class of 1981
Anna Chop-Sweet left a message on June 8, 2015:
Mr. Mackey and Joy,I will be forever grateful for that wonderful afternoon coffee in which Mr. and Mrs. Mackey taught me how to travel abroad. Mrs. Mackey gave me a lifesaving list of how to pack for a European vacation and how to survive if your luggage gets lost. This old country girl, though quite educated, had never been abroad. I had the most wonderful time in Europe thanks to Mrs. Mackey and her pearls of wisdom. What wonderful memories she has given us.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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