- 77 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 27, 1938
- Date of passing: Feb 19, 2015
|Let the memory of MAJ Wesley be with us forever|
MAJ (Ret) Wesley James "Jim" Mason of Columbus, passed away Thursday, February 19, 2015 at the age of 77.
A Celebration of Life service will be conducted on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at Two O'Clock P.M.at Asbury United Methodist Church with Reverend Norman Dunlap officiating.
Full military honors will be accorded.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations in his memory to Cub Scouts Pack #54, P.O. Box 3651, Columbus, GA 31903.
Arrangements entrusted to Progressive Funeral Home, Inc."A Touch Of Dignity For Those Who Care." www.progressivefuneralhome.com
"Wishing you a blessed and wonderful birthday in heaven, daddy! Love and miss you, but you are always in my heart."
"My dear friend Inge and Family, we are so sorry for your loss. Jim was such a great person, he'll live on in everyone's memories forever! Our thoughts are with you and your family during these difficult times. Everyone is in our prayers daily. God Bless! Love, Lorraine and Bill"
"Dad we love and miss you dearly. Not a day goes by that we see the rustel of a leave or wind passing by and we know you are but a whisper away. You will always be loved and missed. Never forgotten. So until we meet again on crystal shores and streets of gold. We will see you later dad. Love, Amy and James and Chris and Eva."
"Inga and family, I am deeply sadden on your loss. of your husband and father. May you keep the wonderful memories in your heart of your life together. May God guard you til you meet again. Love, Bill and Ruth"
"I only had a couple of in depth conversations with Jim and the one I remember the most was about music. I had played guitar and sang at a church supper one evening and one of the songs I did was The Lords Prayer by Sister Janet Meade. After I got through performing I was walking by Jim and he stopped me and told me he enjoyed my version of the Lord's Prayer. I told Jim that I was getting tired of playing songs the same old way and he said, "Well you can either be a follower or a leader" and he further explained that don't be afraid to try new things in whatever you undertake. I said to him, " Well sir I want to be a leader but I have got to have a little more pizzazz that being a follower or a leader. How about if we go with being a imitator or a innovator. He said, "I like that. And it does have more pizzazz ". In the very near future I am going to play an arrangement of Amazing Grace that I have been working on for a few weeks and it will definitely have some pizzazz and it will be dedicated to Jim. May he forever rest in peace!!!"
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