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Our dearest brother Mac Hargrett (Alonzo McKee Hargrett III) passed into the arms of his Heavenly Father March 26, 2022. Mac succumbed to pneumonia as a complication of Covid. Mac was 59 years old.

Mac was the son of Dr. McKee Hargrett of Wayne County and Rene’ Reece of Baltimore, MD.

Mac lived in Jesup, GA most of his childhood and later in life was a frequent visitor to his home town and to Savannah. He is remembered and beloved by many in the communities of Jesup and Screven, GA.

Known for his sense of humor and courage in the face of physical and intellectual challenges he triumphed in spirit. Mac taught us all about perseverance and strength. Mac was a Godly man who loved Jesus.

Mac lived independently in Baltimore (under the guidance of the ARC Baltimore) where his sisters and niece were frequent visitors.

He was a fun loving man who enjoyed music, especially Elvis, shopping, collecting stuffed animals and travel.

One of his favorite places was Tybee Island, GA where he spent many vacations with his Georgia family.

He is survived by his loving sisters McKee and Lucy. A close niece Kate, Jessie, Chrisy and dear, family friend Ephrem.

Visitation at 1:00, Funeral on April 9 at 2:00 in the Gamble Funeral Services Chapel – 410 Stephenson Ave. Savannah, GA, (Covid precautions, masks, distancing, please). Internment at Christ Church, St. Simons Is., GA. where he will rest next to his father.

Online Condolences

  1. Kate Hamilton Taljaard says:

    I can’t believe you’re gone. We love you and miss you. All my love, Kate

  2. Kee says:

    Psalm 34:18
    The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
    We love you, my dear little brother. I’ll see you again.
    Your big sister, Kee

  3. Chris Davis says:

    My condolences to the family. Mac was loved by many. I enjoyed visiting him in Baltimore and at Tybee the past few years. Mac I’ll see you again one day in heaven.

  4. Jessie says:

    We miss you already. Rest In Peace, dearest Mac.

  5. Donna Rinehart says:

    Have not see Mac since he was a young boy. So sorry for your loss.

  6. Cousin Chrisy says:

    Rest in peace, Little Mac. I’ll always remember you, Little Lucy & me walking to The Strand in Jesup from Daddy Mac’s house, you listening to Conway Twitty all the time on your yellow portable 8 track player, your trips on Amtrak up to Atlanta to visit Aunt Lucy & Uncle Stephen where Little Lucy & I would take you to Lenox,, and the time I flew up to Baltimore to bring you that guitar. I’ve kept the sweet letters you wrote too. You fought a hard fight and your family is proud of you. We will miss you. Love you, Little Mac.

  7. Lori Miller says:

    Mac was truly a treasure of my career with The Arc Baltimore. Mac’s big personality and his desire to achieve everything that was meaningful to him was inspiring. Kee and Kate you were most important and most loved by Mac. All of our love to his family and friends

  8. Charmaine Davis says:

    Mac was such a sweet, pure soul. I haven’t seen him in many years, but I thought of him often.

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