In Memory

Mason Davis

Date of Birth:  May 18, 1950  Date of Death:  October 4, 1994

The following information was provided by Mason's widow, Carolyn Wade Davis Reed.

Mason was always a wonderful person with a great personality. Mason would always keep you laughing and loved children.
We have two sons: Timothy Scott Davis (born 11/6/1980) and Brian Kenneth Davis (born 10/9/1983). Mason’s wish was to see his boys grow up, but that did not happen. Timothy was 13 and Brian was 10 when he died. Timothy married Casey Jae Higgs in June 2006. Timothy is a teacher at Lewisville Elementary School in North Carolina. They reside in Winston-Salem. Casey is in medical school and will graduate next May. Brian is engaged to Sarah Williams. They have a 4 year old daughter, Ayla Nichole Davis and reside in Willis. Brian works in Roanoke at Steel Dynamics. Sarah attends New River Community College.

The following information was provided by Jackie Boyd Bendrick:

Mason retired from VDOT after 20 years of service.  He served in the U.S. Army Reserves for 24 years.  He was a member of Topeco Church of the Brethren and Floyd Masonic Lodge #329 A.F. and A M.  Buried in Topeco Cemetery.

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04/05/09 12:19 AM #1    

Jackie Boyd (Bendrick)

Mason was a guy who would make you smile and you would forget why you were in such a bad mood. Even though we were cousins, we found time to enjoy Football games and always make time for our friends and family. Mason, wished you were here to help up celebrate the 40 years. Watch over us and help us remember the good times and the smiles that we shared often.
Love your cousin,
Jackie Boyd Bendrick

04/26/09 10:54 AM #2    

Beth Simpson (Huddleston)

I am so sad that Mason did not get to see his children reach adulthood. They sound like wonderful young men, and I know he would be proud of them.

06/30/09 01:24 AM #3    

Dorma Morgan (Yeatts)

Mason was always so mischievous in school. You always knew when he was playing a trick on someone - that sneaky smile. He was lots of fun to be around. He worked @ VDOT @ the Salem district office and when they needed help pushing snow, he was ready to help. He told me once that he had pushed a lot of snow past my house. I saw Mason when he was battling cancer and I knew he had to be suffering a lot, but he had that smile on his face and remained positive. We are going to miss him at this reunion.

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