In Memory of

Bruce Mason



Wednesday August 7th, 2019 at 1 pm.

Mason: David Bruce.
Suddenly at Brampton Civic Hospital, on Saturday July 27th, 2019. Bruce Mason, in his 74th year, beloved brother of Douglas (late Gayle), Ella Barrick, Fred (Jane), and the late Don. Dear brother-in-law of Jean. Predeceased by his parents Stew and Jean Mason. Fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews and great nephew.

A Memorial Service will be held in the chapel of Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham, 905-936-3477 on Wednesday August 7th, 2019 at 1 pm., followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment in the Cliffside Hall of the funeral home until 3:30 pm. www.RodAbramsFuneral

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Memorial Tribute

“Bruce Mason”
  1. Jane Falconer (Crease) wrote:

    Bruce was in the same year at Runnymede with me all those years ago and we both enjoyed the great times with really wonderful teachers and students. Some of those students came back to teach there. I didn’t – I left to teach in Australia. He did and made himself quite a name by the tributes I have been reading. I always kept in touch with someone from that year to hear what folks were doing. Bruce being one I use to love hearing about. Such a character. He was very loved.

    RIP Bruce. Jane Crease (Falconer)

  2. Maureen and Douglas Marshall wrote:

    Maureen and I saw Bruce as a beautiful soul who got along with anyone. I can only imagine he was a great teacher and that his students loved him. My sister, Jean, was married to Bruce’s deceased brother Don. Bruce’s mother, father and Don will be having some awesome bridge games for sure now that Bruce has arrived on the other side.

    RIP Bruce. Maureen and Douglas Marshall

  3. Tony/Peggy Byrne wrote:

    We were deeply saddened to hear of Bruce’ passing. May he find everlasting comfort and joy as he now rests peacefully in the arms of the angels. Thinking of all the Mason family at this sad time:((

  4. Suzana Greenaway(Pavisic) wrote:

    Mr. Mason was my math teacher at RCI and he had a positive influence in my life; to Instill the passion of problem solving and mathematics in our every day lives. A brilliant mathematician and a humble man. I also had the pleasure of working with him as a colleague, as a VP at RCI. So many are grateful for his contributions as a teacher, coach and mentor. Thank you for all your dedication, hard work. You have touched so many lives. May you RIP, Mr Mason. Sincerely, your student Sue Pavisic (Greenaway).

  5. Arpad and Anna Verseghy wrote:

    Though blessed with many fond memories,we are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved friend and colleague. Sincere condolences to his family.

  6. Don Nickel wrote:

    I just received the sad news of Bruce’s passing. I spent many ours with Bruce and found him to be gentle, generous, and – a mathematical genius. His kind is rare indeed! Sadly, Don (and Kay) Nickel.

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