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Thomas Wayne Mason

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Thomas Wayne Mason, 60, of Morningside, MD, entered into eternal rest on November 10, 2020. Visitation will begin at 1 pm until time of service at 2 pm on Friday, November 20, 2020 at Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home, 2294 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD. Interment will be held at a later date at Cheltenham Cemetery.


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  1. Janice Evans says:

    Cousin Wayne, You will always live in our hearts and prayers. Cousin Janice
    Cousin Wayne,

    You will always live in our hearts and prayers.

    Cousin Janice

  2. Dineen Jennings says:

    I would like to say that Thomas was so kind to me. I met Thomas in Delancey street foundation and he alway made me laugh and showed support and kindness to everyone. He put all the lights up at Christmas and made the castle the most prettiest site to see at Christmas. Even after we graduated and left, he would call and meet me and just let me know I didn’t have a choose, I could not give up. I cooked dinner for him and he was so grateful and then we had both left New York and he went home to Maryland and continued on to North Carolina. I stop once when I went to New York but lost touch and about 4 month ago I tried to find him on Facebook but was not successsful but he was my friend. I wish I had seen him again but I hate he was so sick. I’m thankful to the Lord for he is now free from pain. Thomas I will alway miss you.

  3. Janice Evans says:

    Family reunion pic with Cousin Wayne

  4. Janice Evans says: November 23, 2020 at 12:00 am says:

    Cousin Wayne,

    You were a true soldier, a hero, an unifier and smart and funny.

    You will live in our hearts forever, I will truly miss you and all of our walks, talks and just simply sharing in visits and cookouts and conversations.

    You taught me alot about all the growing pains.
    As well as mentoring me when I needed it the most. I will always love you.

    Rest in Peace,
    God Bless you,

  5. Barbara Crump says:

    God truly took a heroic trooper. Wayne was a fighter. We will love you forever. Rest in peace. God Bless.

  6. Anonymous says:

    May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

  7. Amierae Broadnax says:

    In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

  8. Gregory DeLane says:

    Our condolences to the family. Thomas was and is the little brother I never had. We met at the Delancey Street Foundation. We shared a deep love for boxing. Forever grateful for this love and friendship. Rest in peace brother, Gail and I will miss you dearly. You are in God’s care, peace and blessings dear friend.

  9. Ebony Bush says:

    I will dearly miss Mr. Mason; he was my family away from home. I won’t forget when my Cousin Carolyn introduced us after she picked me up from the airport from my holiday vacation. I was skeptical at first because I’m protective of my family, but Mr. Mason loved my cousin. He was kind, loving, giving, funny…he always had a joke every day! He loved boxing and loved to heckle me about the Dallas Cowboys. He was my angel on earth…a true Contender. I’m grateful for our paths crossing. Rest in Heaven and I’m praying comfort and peace for the family.

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  12. Keith Peterson says:

    Thomas and I at our 20th year high school reunion in 1998.
    Rest with the Angels my longtime friend and classmate from elementary through high school!

  13. Rian Crump says:

    Always remember, Wayne valued every achievement! Whenever you reach a goal just look up and let him know! He’s up there rooting for you !! Swing until the bell rings! He never gave up so neither can you!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Thom Mason, A True Champ and Soldier to the Art of Life! How we long to hear another one of your Jokes…You are missed dear Friend. Your poise and style are admirable. We are thankful for our life’s crossing. Rest Peacefully, KING!

    Paul Dumas & Family


    I hope your corny jokes light up the Heavens with laughter as they did with those of us you left behind. So take your well deserved rest my true and faithful friend. I will miss you but I know I will see you again on the other side.

  16. Cheryl Williams says:

    I will miss you & especially our sports conversations. I would love to hear one of your jokes right now, & hear your chuckle. It’s time for you to send some of that Sunshine my way!!! You fought a great fight, may you now rest in peace. Sending love & hugs to your family.

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