Mason Ridge Amason was called home to the Lord on September 30, 2021 at the tender age of 17. He was born in San Antonio, Texas on July 12, 2004. He is preceded in death by many loving family members belonging to the genealogy of Joe Thomas Amason and wife Polly (Thomas) Amason as well as genealogy of Samuel Franklin Gladden and wife Lois (Stough) Gladden on his maternal side; an anonymous donor via the California Cryobank was used to conceive. He is survived by his twin brother Callan Thomas Amason, his sisters Peyton Laine and Piper Leigh Amason (birthnames Jordan and Jaiden Cantu), his mother Alaina Karen Amason Chandler, Step-dad Robert Jay Chandler and many other loving friends and family members. He is also survived by his dog being his best friend and constant companion, Stumpy aka “Biggest”.
Mason greatly enjoyed the beauty and serenity of the Texas Hill Country and it’s lakes and rivers. He is in his element outdoors where he enjoyed the many birds, critters, trees, rocks and natural landscape. Mason has a most loving spirit which remains. I often told him, “You make my heart sing”…that, too, remains.
COVID-19 was not the cause of Mason’s death yet the most purposefully planned and sick-minded agenda of the plandemic/scamdemic and the resulting isolation is, in great measure, the truest cause of his death. His mother offers this prayer and ask all good people to join her in prayer:
“Our Heavenly Father, I pray each one playing a part in what will mightily be their completely defeated attempt in rolling out the New World Order and Build Back Belter Agenda of which COVID-19 is a part thereof, KNOW, with full certainty, my son’s most precious blood is on their hands. I pray for each of them the fury of our Lord God and His whole and complete wrath upon their evil agenda without His mercy. Lord, I now surrender my worries to you and I pray for Your grace in allowing me to fully forgiving others. Amen.”
A celebration of Mason’s life will be held on Thursday November 11, 2021, from noon to 5 PM at Riverside Park Pavilion in Brownwood with food served. A memorial service will be held at 1:30 to honor his memory. In lieu of flowers, friends are asked to bring items of nature such as rocks, leaves, crystals, etc. as these were his favorite things to collect.
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of Heritage Funeral Home, Davis-Morris Chapel. Friends and family are encouraged to view the online memorial l at www.heritagefuneraltx.com.