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ORIGIN AND HISTORY
Mack (or in some cases “Mac,” is often an abbreviated version of a Scottish surname such as MacIntosh, Macdonald, Mackenzie, etc.) Obviously more effective as such in non-Scottish areas – where there would be multiple “Macs” and thus making its role as a denominator less effective, it served to identify certain individuals of Scottish descent within a community. Mac and Mack also became almost exclusively masculine first and middle names throughout the centuries. 
According to the Social Security Administration, Mack is not in the top 1000 names for any year of birth in the last 15 years.
However, Mack was much more popular earlier in the United States earlier in the last century. Mack last fell within the top 1000 names in the United States in 1989 as number 867. It actually was the 107th name in popularity in 1907, 100 years ago, and very steadily trended downward until 1989. Mack never really experienced any overly precipitous dip or aggressive spike during the past 100 years – it just steadily declined. 
- Mack Trucks is a famous United States automotive truck maker. It is now a subsidiary of Volvo and located in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
- Mack Brewery is a Norwegian brewery (officially called AS L. Macks ølbryggeri og mineralvannsfabrikk) located in Tromso, Norway and founded in 1877 by Ludvig Mack.
- MACK Rides is a German company and ride manufacturer that makes roller coasters. Although the company, originally founded by Paul Mack goes back to 1760, it didn’t begin designing roller coasters until 1920. 
- Mack North, OH Population (1990): 2816
- Mack South, OH Population (1990): 5767
- Mack, CO Zip code(s): 81525 
- Connie Mack (born Cornelius Alexander McGillicuddy) (1862 – 1956) was a Hall of Fame baseball manager – and also a player and team owner. The Philadelphia stadium, Shibe Park, was renamed Connie Mack Stadium in his honor in 1953.
- Tom Mack, (Thomas Lee Mack) was a Hall of Fame football player with the Los Angeles Rams.
- Alison Mack is an American actress (b. 1982)
- Louise Mack and Amy Mack (born Marie Louise Hamilton Mack and Amy Eleanor Mack in 1870 and 1876, respectively) were sisters and Australian writers. 
- Kevin Mack (b. 1962) was a professional football player (running back) who played for the Cleveland Browns
- (Oliver) Ollie Mack was a professional basketball player who played for the Los Angeles Lakers.
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