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Michael Doyle Mason, age 52 from Edmond ,OK passed away January 15, 2020 after a long courageous battle with cancer with his family at his side. Mike may have lost this battle but he most definitely won the war. He was a brave, fierce warrior, the ultimate fighter that stared down cancer for over four years handling his condition and treatments with strength, courage and grace.
Michael was born on April 9,1967 in Chickasha, Oklahoma to Carolyn (Sanders) Mason and Jodie Mason. Mike was the youngest of five children. Michael “Mike” Mason graduated from Tuttle High School and went on to serve his country in the United States Air Force.
Mike was an amazing son, brother, father and most recently a grandfather.
Mike had a heart of gold there wasn’t anything he wouldn’t do for anyone. He found joy in working in the car business with his brother. He was an early riser and met everyday with unwavering determination until the end. Mikey never met a stranger, made friends everywhere he went and was loved by everyone.
Some of Mike’s hobbies included taking care of his plants and flowers, loving his family, playing with his dog and displaying his patriotism and love for his country by flying his American flag and sporting all of his Trump apparel.
Micheal “Mike” Mason was preceded in death by his parents Carolyn and Jodie Mason.
Mike is survived by his daughter Lakin and husband Zack and granddaughter Paisley Rupiper of Phoenix, Arizona and son Michael Joe Don and wife Kristiana Mason of Nashville, Tennessee and son Beau Mason of Nashville, Tennessee, three brothers, Joey Wayne and wife Sarah Mason of New Port Beach, California, Carl and wife Pam Mason of Edmond,Oklahoma, Richard Mason of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, one sister Rena Evans of Altus, Oklahoma along with many nephew and nieces.
The family would like to thank St. Anthony Love Cancer Institute, Dr. Lamb and the nursing staff of the oncology unit as well as the Suncrest Hospice staff for taking Mike in as family.
Mike has chosen to will his body to the OU Health Science Center for research. If you would like to honor and celebrate the life of Michael Mason in lieu of flowers donations can be made in his name to the Frank C. Love Cancer Institute.
Mike’s wishes were for his family to have a private family gathering to celebrate his life.
We all love you and miss you Mikey, This is not goodbye just see you later.