Mason, Sarah Andrews

MASON, SARAH WDecember 24, 1925 – February 8, 2016
at the age of 90 years

Sarah Andrews Mason (Service) passed on February 8, 2016 at Shuswap Lake General Hospital, Salmon Arm, BC. Survived and married to her husband Gordon for 65 years, daughter Debbie (John) and son Bill, grandchildren Carly, Tommy and Jeff.
Sarah (Sadie) was born in Smithers, BC on December 24, 1925. Her father William (Bill) with BC Police and mother Sarah had five daughters, Sarah was the fourth. She lost her father at a very young age and grew up in Kamloops, where she met husband Gordon. From Kamloops a lifetime of adventures began for both Sarah and Gordon. They led a fun and full life raising their family in North Vancouver, then moved to Salmon Arm where they have made many friends and enjoyed their retirement. Always ready for an adventure, Sarah loved family, flying, and roaming the back roads in British Columbia with Gordon.
Now she is in a peaceful world and continues to send her love to those she loved.
Celebration of Sarah’s life to follow later in the Spring. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Canadian Cancer Society.

4 Comments

  1. Dear bill, Debbie and Gordon
    I am so sorry for your loss . She was a lovely aunt. With the best voice ever !,
    I remember her visiting in osoyoos and stopping by in Williams lake once …with a little white dog . She sent me a crystal necklace for graduation and a Chinese teapot when I got married ! …i will treasure them even more now .
    Once at your house in north van I printed .” Shit ” on a scrap of paper . Debbie , much younger than me , saw and told ! Auntie Sadie was so loving, kind and generous about my transgression . I’ll never forget that . She will always be with you .

  2. Dear. Gordon and Family

    It was with heavy heart I read the passing of your beloved Sarah
    As you know I was blessed with having Sarah as my room mate at the Kelowna Cancer Lodge. The weeks we spent together made our stay go so much faster.
    During that time I made a beautiful friend. Sarah’s spontaneity and positive attitude was contagious. It made it so easy to fall in love with this sparkling little lady!
    I so enjoyed our coffee chats once we were home from the centre, at Sarah and Gordon’s home and at our farm in Turtle Valley.
    I only wished I could have visited more!
    I will always remember Sarah and cherish her wonderful stories of all her travels with you Gordon …. The wonderful trips flying … To different places … The back road trips … Her stories of you and the family ….. Always told with that special “twinkle” in her eyes … !!
    I did not know Sarah for a long time but in the short time I did know her she will always remain in my heart as a dear friend.
    Rest In Peace my Dear Friend

    Louise Whitney

  3. Gordon, sorry about your loss. Thinking about you.
    Your swimming partner.

  4. Gordon, sorry about your loss. Thinking about you. Your swimming buddy. Orest.

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