Let the memory of Mason be with us forever.
  • 20 years old
  • Born on February 2, 1998 in Gainesville, Georgia, United States.
  • Passed away on December 30, 2018 in Williamsburg, Virginia, United States.

This memorial was created by Cristy and Travis Worthington to honor their beloved son, Mason, who will forever be loved and greatly missed. 

We encourage you to share pictures, videos, and/or stories which will be used at his memorial. 

A memorial gathering will be held Thursday, January 3 from 6-8 p.m., at Crosswalk-Kingsway, 5100 John Tyler Hwy; Williamsburg, VA. The gathering is informal and an opportunity for friends and family to share their stories of this amazing young man. Scheduled speakers will begin at 6:15 p.m., and after, friends are encouraged to share.

In lieu of flowers, the family would like to ask for donations to the  Heritage Humane Society in Williamsburg, VA.  Mason loved all animals, especially dogs.  He was happiest with dogs in his lap or by his side, and his parents can think of no better way to honor him than a gift to Heritage Humane Society in his name.  When you donate, please dedicate your donation as a memorial gift to honor Mason Worthington.


Posted by Alycia Butchelli on 8th January 2019
My sympathies to the family and friends. Mason was one of my students. He had an amazing spirit. Made an impact on me with his kindness towards everyone he interacted with.
Posted by Pete Catalano on 4th January 2019
Mason touched so many in his short time here. I count it a privilege to be one of those. He had a heart of gold and so much potential.
Posted by Kyle Parisher on 3rd January 2019
Mason was a guy who never backed down from a challenge, he faced it head on. I had become friends with him a few months ago when I was at my lowest. He gave me comfort with his friendship, we had planned to go on a road trip to hike after the holidays. I can't believe your gone, rest easy brother, you absence echos through our hearts.
Posted by Joyce Wilson on 3rd January 2019
The Lord sees and feels the anguish of His people when their loved ones die. Although we are all heartbroken, you will forever live in our hearts. Thank you for loving us. We have complete faith that we will see you again. We will love you forever. Grandpa and Grandma
Posted by Jerry Rice on 3rd January 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. We are heartbroken that this tragedy has befallen you. May you find peace and strength in your faith. The D.H. Pace family
Posted by Sam Delcastillo on 2nd January 2019
I only knew Mason for 6 months or so but we had a few heart-to-heart talks and i'd certainly consider us friends. Mason was absolutely someone who put others before himself and was very thoughtful. I truly miss you man. I am so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Holly Cooper on 1st January 2019
Sorry for the loss of your handsome son. I will be praying your family finds comfort and peace during this time.
Posted by Lauren Lecture on 1st January 2019
When you’re a kid, life seems so simple. Your biggest worry is how much you’ll get to play that day. I’ve known Travis and Cristy since we moved to Gainesville when I was 3. I remember thinking I was special because I knew THE manager of Green Street Pool. Fast forward and Mason comes around and completely steals the hearts of everyone. And I mean everyone! I remember one summer y’all came to my parents 4th of July Party and I played in the pool with him for HOURS. He never stopped. Always playing. When I started to babysit him, my love for him grew even more. I’ll never forget my friend Haley and I playing with him in your yard for the longest time. Here we were at 16 getting worn out by Mason over and over again. I remember Cristy telling me how much he loved us playing with him and we loved it too! I remember “black olives and cheese” was his pizza of choice. He couldn’t understand why I didn’t like black olives. One word that I would describe Mason as a child is: playful. So much energy, full of life, and most importantly, incredibly loved by many. I’m new to this whole parent thing being that my oldest is the age I was when you both met me, however, my whole heart is shattered for you both. I’ve been praying constantly for peace. It’s so true no one understands a parents love until you have children of your own. I’m certain that Mason is now playing with the angels. Love y’all.
Posted by Sara Walters on 1st January 2019
I pray God will hold you all in his hands. I love you. Aunt Sally
Posted by Karen Gipson on 31st December 2018
So sorry for your loss!

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