Edward Vincent Thomas Mason


In Loving Memory of

Edward Vincent Thomas Mason

Edward Mason, age 74, of Fort Saskatchewan, passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 14, 2018 after a long battle with cancer.

He was born to the late Gerald and Ellie Mason on September 19, 1943. He was a husband, father of four children: Darryl (Terri) Mason of Oroville, Washington, Gerald Mason of Fort Saskatchewan, Carolyn (Dereck) Cummings of Fort Saskatchewan, and Kimberly Mason of Edmonton. He was a grandfather to seven; Bradley (Robyn) Mason, Kristin Cummings (Tyler Hillis), Mitchell Salvador, Carolyn Salvador, Meghan Mason, Alyssa Mason and Connor Mason. He was also a great grandfather of two; Mason And Elizabeth Hillis. 

Edd adored his family and his children were his proudest  accomplishment. He was a tireless worker and enjoyed spending time in his garage or working on his fishpond. Edd was a strong willed and compassionate man (hard on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside) who would do anything to lend a helping hand for anyone. If you ever wanted to meet for a coffee or conversation you could find him knee deep at the local dump. He had many friends and he ensured they were always welcomed into his home.

 The Mason family would like to invite friends and family to celebrate his life on April 22, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Fort Heritage Precinct, 10006 100 Ave. Please park next to the Warden’s Tea House and follow the path.

“Saying goodbye doesn’t mean anything. It’s the time we spent together that matters, not how we left it.”

Memorial Donations in memory of Edward Mason may be made to:

Cross Cancer Institute, 11560 University Ave, Edmonton, AB T6G 1Z2

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Fort Heritage Precinct

10003-100 Ave
Fort Saskatchewan

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Yana and Rollie

May Ed Rest In Peace with his angels ,he was a fun loving man and had fun with him at the legion !


Our memories will always go on, the fun fishing,the laughter in person and over the telephone…this shall never be lost. we will see you soon our dearest brother….get the lines ready and boat warmed up….to the family….Edd was so, so proud of each and everyone of you. His glory on this earth was watching each of you grow and become who you are. Edd called us just before going into the hospital and yes we shared our tears and said good bye for now….that is the kind of heart he had, thought of family and others first….he left me to talk with brother Don as his health is not good and does not understand. he will miss him so much….we were blessed to have the closeness over the past years….we love you all and pray for your peace of mind and to remember always the good moments….love to all Aunt Ginnie (Virginia) and Uncle Don Medicine Hat….sorry we are not able to travel anymore…

John Stewart

Edd has been my friend for close to 15 years. I loved him dearly. He was my mentor and was like a second dad to me. I will miss all our coffee dates and not being able to hang out with Edd at the dump. It will never be the same there without him. Thank you for all the wonderful memories my friend. Love ya!

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