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Mary L. Mason-Dash Bryant

Mary L. Mason-Dash Bryant

Mary L. Mason-Dash Bryant, age 67, died on Friday, July 26, 2019 in her home. She was born on December 13, 1951 in Quincy, the daughter of Charles Leland and Barbara M. (Duhart) Mason.

Mary was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She was a giving, loving person and devoted to her Mormon faith. Mary volunteered at soup kitchens, enjoyed taking meals to those who were sick and feeding those in need. She adored her grandchildren, and the many others who thought of her, as and called her "Grandma". Mary loved to dance and listen to country music

Mary is survived by her children: Rolanda (Todd) Aden-Hussey of Utah; William (Brenda) Joe Jones of Quincy; Richard (Nancy) Hood, Jr. of Quincy; brothers and sisters: Charles (Betty) Mason; John Mason; Una (Gary) Riley; Lucy Mason; and Margie (Wendell) Swain; grandchildren: Marcus (Lindsey) Williams, Heaven (Khalid Giravi) Aden, Destiny (Parker Rice) Aden, Malachi Aden and Thomas Giais. A great-granddaughter Journey Williams and many nieces and nephews also survive.

She was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Carla Lee Hood; two grandchildren, Charles Carl and Jessica; two brothers, Eddie and Mike Mason; and a sister-in-law Carol Mason.

Memorial services will be held on Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Visitation will be at the time of the services. Memorials may be made to the Charity of the Donor's Choice. Arrangements are with Duker & Haugh Funeral Home. www.dukerandhaugh.com

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From:
Michelle Hesse
Quincy, IL
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My thoughts and prayers go out to the family i adored and loved mary alot she will be missed
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Rolanda Aden-Hussey
Kearns, UT
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Oh mom, I am going to miss you. As much as we disagreed you taught me so many of the principles I live by. I remember when you told me "I don't care how old you are when your parents die you still feel like an orphan" that has proven to be true. I hope you are enjoying all of your family on the other side. Give Carla and the kids a hug for me mom.
From:
Jan L Schroder
Quincy, IL
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Honey now you can see your brother, Mike (Ringo) Mason. Tell him hello for me.
From:
Linda Willing
Quincy, IL
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Una, so sorry for your loss of your sister. Losing a sibling would be hard. My thoughts and prayers for you.
From:
Janet DeJaynes
Quincy, IL
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My deepest condolences go out to the family of Mary. I hold many memories from years gone by at Calvary Tabernacle, where I first met Mary and her family.
May God wrap his loving arms around all of you, during this time of pain and grief. I love you all!
Janet DeJaynes