Norman Mason Obituary, Death- We wish to express our deepest condolences to Norman Mason’s wife, children, grandchildren, and friends on the loss of their beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Norman Mason. The passing of Norman, who had once lived in Donacarney, Dublin, took place in a serene manner at his home in The Commons, which is located in Duleek, County Meath. He was encircled by the affection of his family, and the precious company of Judy, the devoted companion animal he had.
Norman’s journey through life came to a successful conclusion. Dear Brother Dick and Sister Angela both passed away before him, leaving behind a legacy that will remain indelibly imprinted in the hearts of those who knew him for all of eternity. His loyal wife Kay, together with their children Catherine, Maria, and Valerie, are the only members of his family to survive him. His sons-in-law Stephen, Ian, and Scott, together with his brothers Noel and Jimmy, will miss their father-in-law Norman very much.
Because he leaves behind in the hearts of his grandkids Gavin, Andrew, Sinead, William, Logan, and Niamh a legacy of love and warmth, his memory will carry on through the generations even after he has passed away. In addition, Norman was given the gift of having a great-grandchild named Cillian, who filled his life with an indescribable amount of joy. The extended family of Norman, which includes brothers and sisters-in-law, nephews and nieces, and a wide circle of relatives and friends, mourns the death of a genuinely wonderful individual together.
Everyone who had the opportunity to meet him was profoundly impacted by his generosity, his wisdom, and his hilariously contagious sense of humour. On Monday evening, friends and well-wishers are invited to pay their respects at the residence of Norman from the hours of five o’clock to eight o’clock. The funeral mass honouring Norman’s life will take place on Tuesday morning at eleven o’clock at St. Cianan’s Church in Duleek. The interment will take place at The Good Shepherd Cemetery after the funeral mass.
In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests that donations be made to Meath Hospice, an organisation that Norman felt strongly about and cared deeply for. Everyone who had the honour of knowing Norman should find solace and motivation in the knowledge that his kind soul is now at rest, and his memory should be a source of comfort and encouragement for those people.