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Sarah L. Mason

January 31, 1928 ~ August 8, 2015 (age 87)
Sarah Mason was born January 31, 1928 in Columbus Mississippi to Jake
Baker and Emma Baker. She was preceded in death by her parents and
grandparents. Her son Wallace Mason, her husband Mack Mason and
her 2 son-n-laws Marvin Fisher and Rufus Sims. Sarah had
sisters and brothers.
Sarah will be cherished and missed by: her son Johnny Mason, Walter
Mason (Kim), Joann Sims, Michelle Fisher , Jonathan Mason (Kimberly)
Johnny Mason- Derrick Mason, Tanya, Owens, Jonathan Mason, Terrace
Mason
Walter Mason- Robert Mason (Leah), Yolanda Mason, Andrea Mason
Joann Sims- Jamila Brooks (Brandon), Rufus Sims Jr.
Michelle Fisher- Emanuel Mason, Myeca Dunlap (Charles)
Jonathan Mason- Michelle Douglas (Jack), Brittany Mason. Jerrica Mason
=, Jonathan Mason Jr.
A host of grandchildren, grate grandchildren and an unnumbered
amount of nieces and nephews. She will be missed by many but none
more than her family.
Sarah was the glue that held our family together. Every holiday, every
meeting place and every family gathering was center around her. She
would prepare meals that couldn't be duplicated with her secret
barbeque sauce and her famous recipe for chow-chow. She made sure
her family was fed, housed, clothed and most of all loved. Her
conversation came very easy and understanding was her compassion.
Known for her ease in frequent conversation with even total strangers,
some may be surprised to learn of the extreme shyness of her youth. Yet
even as a child, she possessed a contagious smile and an entertaining
sense of humor. Throughout her life she maintained a sweet and simple
demeanor that won the trust and hearts of many, who even now are
being changed by her witness of constant nurturing love and faith. Her
signature gift of joy, shown through her constant smiling, laughter, and
joking around, will never be forgotten. She would always ask... ."what 'el
you"? Which meant, "what's wrong with you"? She had her own way of
communicating, however she never changed the love that came with it.
One thing, which is the most important thing we need to remember, is
her love for the Lord. She was a praying women that believed that God
can do all things. No matter what this world threw at her she knew she
was the child of the King, She knew that her Lord and Savior would
bring her out of any situation. She knew by giving her life to the Lord
guaranteed she would have ever lasting life. Nothing in this world
meant as much or nothing tasted as sweet and nothing smelled as
heavenly than her Lord Jesus and yes we all knew it. Every problem she
faced she brought God with her and used the word of God as weapons.
Sarah gave her heart to the Lord at a very early age and they've had a
love affair for decades and now she is standing in front of Glory, the man
that accepted her heart.
Sarah life was blessed and she was reward with the promises God.
Those who she touched understood that she believed the quality of
existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. She made
it count. She tried her best to make everyday worth while. We will
never forget her gently smile, tiny finger and baby soft skin and her
looks that always made us all smile and laugh.
I was given the gift of life, and now I have to give it back.

(Sarah Mason)


Cemetery Details

Lake Charles Cemetery
7775 Saint Charles Rock Road
Saint Louis,, MO, 63120

Funeral Service

AUG 13. 12:00 AM - 01:00 PM

New Life Family Church

2849 N Euclid Ave

St. Louis, MO, US, 63115

Visitation

AUG 13. 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

New Life Family Church

2849 N Euclid Ave

St. Louis, MO, US, 63115


 Service Information

A service summary is not available


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