Mason, Alice Evelyn (née Jamieson)

Alice Evelyn Mason (née Jamieson), 94, is now home, in the loving arms of Christ Jesus in heaven. Born in Almonte, Ontario to her parents Raymond and Evelyn Jamieson, her sister Lorna Johnson (Donald) and her brother John ‘’Jonny’’ (Alison) all predeceased.  She will be fondly remembered by her 10 nieces and nephews. Alice was married later in life and was the beloved wife of the late Jack Mason and has a stepson Glen Mason (Elsie). She will await her spiritual grand children Anouck, Audréanne and many others when they meet again in heaven.  For 35 years Alice was a high school teacher in Sudbury, followed by giving the next 35 years of her life to the Lord.  Teaching others how to pray, the Word of God (faith in action) and winning souls for Christ. Alice taught multiple bible studies, where she earned the title of ‘’Nana’’ as she would lovingly help anyone in need. She leaves behind multiple seeds that have been sown in the hearts of the people she has mentored, discipled, over the years.

 The Celebration of Life will be held at Glad Tidings Church, upper chapel, on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at 11:00 am followed by a light lunch. In lieu of flowers charitable donations can be made directly to KFM radio at or by cheques payable to KFM Radio, 2150 LaSalle Blvd. Sudbury, ON, P3A 2A7.


2 Condolences

  1. Alice’s colleagues at RTO/ERO (Retired Teachers of Ontario), send their condolences. We know that your comfort will come from the telling of her life’s stories who knew the joy of her presence in their lives, including her students and staff members. Alice’s name has been added to our in Memoriam. She will be remembered at our next meeting and a donation will be made to Maison McCulloch Hospice in memory of Alice Mason.

    By: Louise Brunet
    November 6, 2023
  2. I was saddened to hear of Alice’s passing. She was our next door neighbour on Maki Avenue until she moved to a retirement home. I have very fond memories of Alice recounting the history of the area and the often wry anecdotes that she shared about life and her career as a teacher.

    By: Patrice Milewski
    October 2, 2023

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