Linda Moore Mack
Section O. Lot 153
Linda Moore Mack was best known as a dedicated public servant and supporter of community efforts. The daughter of Frank E. and Peggy L Marshall Moore, she was born in 1953 in Indiana County. She spent the first 10 years of her life in Rochester Mills. She earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and taught at the elementary-school level. Along with her sisters, she was a co-owner of the Wellington Heights Personal Care Home in Punxsutawney.
In 1979, Linda Moore Mack embarked on a career of public service when she was elected as an Indiana County auditor. Later, in 1983, she was elected Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts of Indiana County, a position she held until the time of her death. Mack was also active in Republican politics. She was an alternate delegate to the 1980 Republican National Convention and attended the 1972 and 1976 conventions.
Mack was an active member of the Graystone Presbyterian Church, serving as an elder, deacon, usher, and Sunday school teacher. She was also a member and past president of the Indiana Business and Professional Women’s Club and was honored as the club’s Young Careerist in 1982 and Woman of the Year in 1984. She served the community as a director of the Indiana County YMCA, Talus Rock Girl Scout Council and the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County. She also was a member of the Indiana Health Care Corporation and board president of the United Way of Indiana County. Linda also served as a foster parent.
In 1983, Linda Moore Mack chaired the Jimmy Stewart 75th Birthday Celebration Committee, which brought the community together to honor Indiana’s favorite son. She was also a founding member and secretary of the James M. Stewart Museum Foundation. She was also helped to organize the celebration of Indiana Borough’s 175th anniversary.