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Linda K. Mason

Linda K. Mason

Linda K. Mason, age 63, of Palmyra, MO, died on July 21, 2016 in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. She was born on February 7, 1953 in Quincy, IL the daughter of Glen and Margaret (Murphy) Wichman. She married Sam Mason and he survives.

Mrs. Mason was a LPN and most recently worked at the Illinois Veterans Home.

In addition to her husband, she is also survived by:
FOUR CHILDREN: Angela Leonard and her husband George of Payson, IL; Bobby Mason of Hannibal, MO; Christopher Mason of St. Louis, MO and Sarah Mason of Palmyra, MO.
THREE STEP-CHILDREN: Tina Janai Huling, Tonya Healey and Sam 'JR' Mason.
ONE BROTHER along with numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and other relatives also survive.

Linda was preceded in death by her parents.

Cremation rites have been accorded and no formal services are planned. The Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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From:
Debbie Marshall
Quincy, IL
Comments:
My thoughts and prayers are with the family
From:
Jack Shelton, Jr.
Quincy, IL
Comments:
Rest in peace, Linda.
May God bless and comfort your family.
From:
Jo Ann (Vahle) Wilmott
Quincy, IL
Comments:
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know we lost touch over the years, but was very sorry to hear of Linda's passing at such a young age.
From:
Keriann Sheffield
Hannibal, MO
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Linda had such a big heart! I would have never made it through nursing school with out her by my side. All those nights we studied together... so encouraging. She will be missed. Prayers for her family.
From:
Mardi Murphy
Payson, IL
Comments:
We are so sad and pray for Gods comfort to the family at their loss. Linda was a precious young girl when I met her. We lost touch and were shocked at the news. We loved her dearly and will miss her.
From:
June Sapp
Huntsville, IL
Comments:
I'm so sorry to hear about Linda. I've been trying to get ahold of her to go to our 45th class reunion. I had no idea she had been so ill. Would love to be able to see all of you sometime. We are thinking of you.