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Brian Scott Mason

KSAL StaffApril 12, 2021

Brian Scott Mason was taken from his loved ones on Easter morning, Sunday, April 4, 2021, at his home in Concordia, Kansas. He was 53. He was born on Friday, March 22, 1968, to John and Carol (Shively) Mason. He also had a brother John to greet him when he came home.

Brian had a great love for all of nature, especially for all of his dogs. He loved planting flowers and working in his garden, which was always producing voluminous vegetables. While in high school he showed his artistic flair and had painted several pictures of nature. In his later years he took up photography and loved taking pictures in Kansas of fields of sunflowers, old houses, and the like. He played baseball as a youngster and all the way through high school; he was exceptionally fast and very good. He loved watching all the professional sports, especially his beloved Denver Broncos and Colorado Rockies. He had a great love for music; his room was always filled with it.

He had an abundance of friends. Everyone he met or worked with loved him. His high school friends always tried to stay in contact with him. He will be greatly missed by everyone.

He leaves behind his parents, his brother, his three sons Dylan, Jacob, and Ryan, and his special love, Sarah Cook, and her children Bethany, Tommy, Ashleigh, and Charlotte, plus a grand baby, Tommy.

He was preceded in death by both sets of grandparents: Carl and Jessie (Vicary) Mason, and Ted and Elsie (Upp) Shively.

The family selected cremation and his ashes will be brought back to Colorado by his brother and friends. Further arrangements will be made there for his burial and a memorial. Arrangements are being cared for by Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home in Concordia, Kansas. For online condolences please visit, www.chaputbuoy.com.

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