Sola Mae Pack, 90, of Horse Shoe, passed away peacefully Saturday, October 29, 2011 at the Golden Living Center following a period of declining health. A native who lived most of her life in Henderson County, she was a daughter of the late Lee and Fadalia Osteen Hill and beloved wife of John W. Pack who died in 2004. She was also preceded in death by two brothers, Mendess and Mack Hill, both of Dana.
She was a member of Shawís Creek Baptist Church and loved church ministries and sharing her faith and the love of Christ with many people. She also loved gardening and was a loving and caring wife and mother.
Mrs. Pack is survived by two children, Anita Jacqueline Pack Buckley and her husband Robert Douglas Buckley of Horse Shoe and Larry Gene Pack and his wife Leatha of Murrels Inlet, SC; a sister, Joyce Pace of Dana and two brothers, Ray Hill of Dana and William Robert Hill of Maryland.
A funeral will be held 11:00 am Monday, October 31, at the chapel of Forest Lawn Funeral Home. Rev. W.W. (Bill) Carpenter, Jr. will officiate. Burial will follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 5:00 until 7:00 pm Sunday, October 30, at Forest Lawn Funeral Home.
Sending peace and condolences to Larry and Jackie.
To all the Pack family we both wish you the best and accept our condolances in the passing of our dear friend Sola
May God bring comfort to the entire family. My prayers are with each one.
Dear Family: I was with the trio “In His Will” many years ago when we were traveling around singing, she had us at her house for food and afternoon singing. What a wonderful lady and I had the pleasure of seeing her in the years that followed in many church services. Her sister-in-law Joann Hill was a dear friend and, of course, thru Joanne we stayed in contact. You who are left here be assured that she is having a blast in Heaven now and will see all of you, who are saved, again one day. Love to all the family.
Perry and I wish to offer our deepest sympathy on the passing of Sola. We will always have special memories of her.
We love and miss you but know you are home now with our blessed savior and our loved ones than went on before.Your love for the Lord was an inspiration to all who knew you.
Well, my dear, we certainly shared some great times as we enjoyed planting, weeding, digging and swapping stories.
As your former neighbor and, as you named me, your “Dirt Dabbing Buddie”, I will find a special spot on our place for a most wonderful “Sola Plant”, in your memory.
Love from both of us,
Roxane and Arthur
Oh, I know what a great loss you are experiencing, but Sola is at home and happy. IT is you who experience the terrible loss of Mom. May God sustain you during this time.
Mom, we love you and miss you so much.
Larry & Leatha, Our Prayers go out for you and your Family. God Bless You, We Love You Both !