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  • Goodbye 'Mr. Mac'. A Hilltop apparel icon remembered

    Hilltop business icon Morris McCollum, better known as Mr. Mac, died early Thursday at age 90. He was the longtime owner of Mr. Mac Ltd., the men’s clothing store at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Earnest S. Brazill Street.

Hilltop business icon Morris McCollum, better known as Mr. Mac, died early Thursday at age 90. He was the longtime owner of Mr. Mac Ltd., the men’s clothing store at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Earnest S. Brazill Street. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Hilltop business icon Morris McCollum, better known as Mr. Mac, died early Thursday at age 90. He was the longtime owner of Mr. Mac Ltd., the men’s clothing store at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Earnest S. Brazill Street. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

‘Mr. Mac,’ Hilltop apparel icon, dies 60 years after opening Tacoma store

July 13, 2017 11:24 AM