Sharod Ileak Mack
April 11, 1982 – January 30, 2018
Sharod Ileak Mack was born on April 11, 1982 in Jamaica, New York to his parents Betty Mack and Barry Bell.
Growing up, Sharod has always been humorous and was known as the life of the party, bringing joy and laughter into the lives of his family and friends. Everywhere he went, he could make anyone around him laugh and smile with all the jokes he told. Many would describe him as kind, easygoing, and charismatic. It was rare to ever see him angry or upset because he was the kind of person that would turn the other cheek.
Sharod attended Jamaica High School in Queens, New York. He then, in later years moved to Cambridge, Maryland. He has always enjoyed playing basketball since he was a kid and won many trophies that showcased his talents. He enjoyed watching old school comedy movies such as House Party and Friday. Sharod also enjoyed playing video games such as Call of Duty and NBA 2k games.
Those that knew him well, knew how well dressed and “fly” Sharod was. From his hats, to shoes and jewelry, everything had to be of the best and on point which was something he took pride in while still remaining very humble.
His bright smile, funny jokes, and loving personality are traits that everyone around him loved and will truly miss.
Sharod Mack is survived by his parents Betty Mack and Barry Bell; maternal grandparents, Retha Mack and John Mack; paternal grandmother, Erma Bell; his sisters: Anaya Williams, Tanisha Bell and Tanika Wright; his brother, Christopher Bell; his expected daughter due in May 2018. He will also be dearly missed by a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.