Richard T. Mason

Born: Sun., Jan. 8, 1933
Died: Tue., Oct. 22, 2013

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Richard T. Mason, 80, of Torrington, husband of Ann Tellier-Mason died Tuesday (Oct. 22, 2013) at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital.

Dick was born Jan. 8, 1933 in Bristol, CT. He was the son of the late William and Marion (Witham) Mason and has been a resident of Torrington for over 40 years. He was a U. S. Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Prior to his retirement in 1997 he worked for Treadwell of Thomaston. Dick was a founder and original director of the New Preston Boy's Club while teaching at Washington Primary School. His passions were fishing, hunting and cards with his friends.

Besides his wife he leaves his son, William Trout Mason and his wife Rebekah off Apex, NC; his daughter Brooke Mason of Torrington; his daughter-in-law, Jennifer Mason of Las Vegas, NV; his brothers, Wesley Mason of NY, Brian Mason of Hartford; his sister, Arlene Mackiewicz of Litchfield; his beloved grandchildren, Audrey, Richard Eric, Nicholas, Marion and Eric and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his son, Master Sgt. Rod Mason, 3 brothers and 2 sisters.

A celebration of life will be held Saturday (Oct. 26, 2013) 2:00PM at the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville, CT. http://www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com/

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WES Mason JR.

May you find the comfort and answers you need in the presence of Jesus Christ, Our Lord!

ray underwood

Dear Ann and Family,



I'm sending you a card but wanted to say how sorry I was to hear of Dick's passing. He had a zest for life and his passions and even now as a professor I know at least part of the "enthusiasm" I have for teaching and helping my students to succeed came from him. As the Director of the Boys Club for my generation's kids, his influence will live on through us.

I'm sorry that I was unable to attend his service but want to say that you and yours are in our thoughts and prayers. If it is of any solace, a little bit of "Mr. Masons" spirit is in all of the young (not so young now) lives he touched. I hope he has found a nice stream in heaven with some rainbow (or should I say "Brooke")trout that will put up a good fight for him.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and yours at this time.

Ray Underwood