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Harry King Slack

Memorial services for Mr. Harry King Slack, 80 of Quitman, Texas are scheduled for 2:00pm, Friday, April 19, 2019 at his favorite restaurant, the Red Dome.

Harry was born January 11, 1939 in Nashville, TN to Pearcy Nish and Lucille King Slack. He was a retired carpenter and served in the United States Air Force. He was preceded in death by his parents, and sisters Dorothy Elaine Slack and Guidana Louse Hammonds.

Left to cherish his memory is his life-partner Mabel Sweat, Quitman; son Jibrael Ahmad and his wife Iman, Houston; daughters Kristin Elaine Raines (Slack), Springfield, Oregon and Kimberly Elaine Slack, Nashville, TN; step-children Wayne Sweat, Tyler, Janet Elaine Askins, Quitman, Alan Ray Sweat, Columbia, TN, Donna Kay Moore, Winnsboro, Michael Dean Sweat, Houston and David Brian Sweat, Coke. Harry had six Grandchildren; Augustine Garcia II, Betsy Jean Traweek, Kristopher Dean Waller, Abdelrazaq Jibrael Ahmad, Umar Jibrael Ahmad, and Ophelia Areej Ahmad, and four great grandchildren; Jaiden Traweek, Parker Traweek, Wyatt Traweek, and Huckleberry Trotman along numerous other relatives and extended family.

Memorial Service

Red Dome Smokehouse
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  • 619 South Main Street
    Quitman, Texas 75783

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I just found out today about your passing. Sorry that we lost touch. I told Kimberly and Tina about your passing. May you rest in peace

Patricia roberson Apr 13 2020 12:00 AM

Hey step dad sorry I didn't know about your passing you was a great dad to me and my sister Thank you Dad rest in heaven

Charles Dillehay Jun 19 2019 12:00 AM

Rest In Peace Uncle Harry. From your niece Valerie.

Valerie Mapes Arenal Apr 21 2019 12:00 AM

Goodbye Uncle Harry! I've thought of you often through the years but didn't know where you were. Your sister Guidana was my mother, she passed away in 1998.

Rose Mapes Rendon Apr 20 2019 12:00 AM