Jeannette Mack’s 16-year-old daughter Angela took her own life in 2015, but her memory is kept alive through the preservation of her bedroom as she kept it and Jeannette’s work in suicide awareness and prevention. Mack is pictured above in her home on Nov. 20.
Jeannette Mack’s 16-year-old daughter Angela took her own life in 2015, but her memory is kept alive through the preservation of her bedroom as she kept it and Jeannette’s work in suicide awareness and prevention. Mack is pictured above in her home on Nov. 20. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Jeannette Mack’s 16-year-old daughter Angela took her own life in 2015, but her memory is kept alive through the preservation of her bedroom as she kept it and Jeannette’s work in suicide awareness and prevention. Mack is pictured above in her home on Nov. 20. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Suicide rates up in Thurston County — but there’s no clear reason why

December 03, 2016 12:56 PM