Virginia Mason

January 3, 2019
Virginia Mason

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Virginia Hall Mason, born in Campbell Co. VA, on March 8, 1919, went to be with her Lord on January 3, 2019, just shy of her 100th birthday.

She was preceded in death by her husband and love of her life, Glen M. Mason on January 29, 1966, her parents and all of her five siblings.

She is survived by five children, Glenda Covington (Bernard), Diane Dale (Terry), Morris Mason (June), Hannah Mason, and Keith Mason (Monica); seven grandchildren, Michael Covington, Melanie Horner, Scott Dale, Sally Gardner, Tyler Mason, Todd Mason, Heather Mason, and their spouses; 12 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

She was a member of James River Baptist Church for over 60 years.

She was an amazing cook, seamstress, interior decorator, and loved entertaining family and friends, but most of all an amazing Mom and Granny. We will all miss her.

Funeral service and interment will be held on Monday, January 7, 2019 at 11:00 AM at James River Baptist Church, 4931 Centerville Road, Williamsburg Va.


Monday, January 7, 2019
11:00 AM

James River Baptist Church - Directions
4831 Centerville Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188


Monday, January 7, 2019

James River Baptist Church - Directions
4831 Centerville Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188

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  • January 05, 2019
    Renee’ Kirtz and Jeff Kirtz says:
    Aunt Virginia was dear to our family! Always offering her love and home whenever we were in the neighborhood! We enjoyed rising early to the smell of breakfast cooking, everything homemade! I remember her making me a teddy bear when I was 14 years old and in return I played Christmas music for her! She always wanted me to play piano and record it on a cassette tape for her! I recorded a tape for her of just gospel songs and gave it to her, she was thankful, but did say “ now Nay, you know I wanted Christmas songs on that tape!” Well, I still owe her that Christmas tape! When I meet you in heaven Aunt Virginia, maybe I can play you a Christmas Carol! Until we meet again, I will cherish every memory! May God bring comfort and peace to the family as they endure this sad time and may they all make plans to reunite with you in heaven someday! God Bless & Love Always! Renee ‘

  • January 07, 2019
    Teresa L Pugh, Pauline & Byrd Lindsey says:
    Morris, Glenda, Diane, Hannah and Keith: Your mom, our Aunt Virginia, such a beautiful woman was truly a "Grand Prize" to anyone that ever met her. She always made everyone feel so welcome in her home and was the best cook. Her smile was contagious, she had such a loving and giving heart, she was truly a virtuous woman.She loved getting the family reunions together as she loved seeing and spending time with her family. I cherish the weekend that my mom and I spent with her a few years ago and we reminisced about the good old days. She is rejoicing in heaven now with all of her family and friends. She was so dear to all of Grandma Maude's children, they all loved her so much. Prayers for you all.

  • January 08, 2019
    Garry Stuart says:
    While I was at James River Baptist, Ms. Mason was like my grandmother. What a sweet lady , and so talented with a sewing machine. I've been gone from Williamsburg for over 22 years, but still have such great memories of her.

  • January 19, 2019 says:
    Mirada Pressey Sader

  • January 19, 2019 says:
    To the family of Mrs. Mason. My mom Thelma Pressey us to work for your mom. To Hannah, and Keith my heart and prayers are with all of you. Your mom was a beautiful person. She was always kind to my mom and her family, I know she will be missed. Just know she is resting safely in the Masters arms.