Lawrence Mason Jr  February 1 1950  March 11 2020

Lawrence Mason Jr February 1 1950 March 11 2020

February 1 1950 March 11 2020
Final remembrance will be held privately for Mr. Lawrence Mason, Jr, 70, who entered eternal rest on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at Opelousas General Health System. Lawrence Mason, Jr. was born on February 1, 1950 to Stella Mason and Lawrence Mason, Sr. His father preceded him in death. He was the oldest of five siblings: Sylvia Jenkins(Craig), Michael Mason, Angela Morrison (Curtis), Claire Lee(Andre), and Christina Johnson. Lawrence was a member of Holy Ghost Catholic Church, where he also attended school. Lawrence graduated from J.S. Clark High School and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Grambling State University. He also served in the United States Navy. Lawrence lived life to protect, teach, and lead. He spent his professional career serving others through the criminal justice system and social service agencies. He leaves to cherish his memory, his mother, Stella Mason, his five children: Shauntel Jones, Nicole Mason, Nadia Harrison, Raphael Jones, and Lawrence Mason III; his two grandchildren: Sanai Fields and Tauryn Alexander, his former wife, Monica Mason, his partner, Cynthia Richard, and a host of relatives and friends. Share words of comfort with the family of Lawrence Mason, Jr on his Permanent Life Tribute Page at www.williamsfuneralhomes.net To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Mr. Lawrence Mason, Jr. please visit our Sympathy Store.

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  1. I was so saddened to hear about Lawrence’s passing. I remember our days of youth when he, Wayne and I were in a so-called club whereas we’d spend Saturdays at each others houses. Our Mom’s would then fix us a special lunch to satisfy our huge appetites. I would always look forward to going to Lawrence’s house because his mom was always so kind and generous in her fixins’. On that note, Mrs. Mason, my condolences to you, especially, because I always thought that you were one of the kindest persons that I’ve known and my memories of you are very fond.
    When Lawrence left Holy Ghost to go to Clark, I felt very sad because he was a special friend.
    Unfortunately, after his departure we took different paths. We attended different colleges and I moved to California, then Lafayette and now here in Austin where I’ve been for over 30 years. I regret that we did not stay in touch.

    So to the entire family, I’d like to extend my deepest condolences and please be consoled that Lawrence is at peace in a much better place, and especially now, with this world in such turmoil and pain.

    And to you Mrs Mason, please have someone send me your phone number so that when I come to Opelousas, I can call you and possibly stop by to see you.

    Sincerely,

    Glenn Michael Jolivette



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