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Joyce Mack

Photo Of Joyce Mack with her daughters in Las Vegas, Nv.
Photo Of Joyce Mack with her daughters in Las Vegas, Nv.
Photograph of Joyce and Jerry Mack with cruise ship cake celebrating their anniversary, March 30, 1979
Photograph of Joyce Mack and Barbara Greenspun, 1980s
Photograph at dinner in Israel, honoring Mack family of Las Vegas, April 1979
Photograph of Wilbur Clark's birthday party, Las Vegas, December 27, 1956
Photograph of Joyce Mack (standing, center) with daughters Barbara, Karen and Marilynn in Hawaii

Joyce Mack is a community leader and philanthropist in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was born Joyce Rosenberg on August 17, 1925 in Los Angeles, California. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she met her husband Jerome D. "Jerry" Mack. The couple married in 1946 and moved to Las Vegas in 1947. The Macks helped found the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and Joyce Mack continues to support the university and serves as a trustee on the UNLV Foundation Board. In 2008 she received the Silver State Award from the UNLV Alumni Association in recognition of her contributions to the university. She has also been involved with Temple Beth Sholom and Congregation Ner Tamid.


Mack, Joyce. Interview, 2015 February 23. OH-02279. Oral History Research Center, Special Collections, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.

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