Paul Gene Mason
November 24, 1955 - April 30, 2022
Obituary For Paul Gene Mason
Mr. Paul (Booger) Mason passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 30th, 2022, at Research Hospital in Kansas City, MO, at the age of 66.
Paul Mason is survived by his wife Linda Mason; his four sons: Jerry Mason and his wife Kady, Lucas Mason and his fiancé Sarah, Todd Abrams and his wife Heather, and John Abrams and his wife Beth; his sister Melissa Seaman and her husband Clint; his brother Tim Grouse; his four nieces: Trisha Payan, Megan Solomon, Kelsie Carlton, and Maddie Adams; his nephew Zack Seaman; 1 great niece; 2 great-nephews; and 7 grandchildren: Noah, Levi, Jonah, Turner, Violet, Scarlett, and Sawyer.
Paul was born on November 24th, 1955, in Kansas City, Missouri. Paul was married to Linda Mason on October 26th, 1996. They were married for 26 wonderful years.
Paul Mason was a house painter for many years for construction companies and finally his own painting company NXN (No Explanation Needed). Paul was somewhat of a perfectionist, so he knew he didn’t need to explain his work because it would have been done the right way, leaving you without questions!
Paul was also a parts driver for many years even up until his passing in April. Paul worked for most of the automotive companies in the Kansas City area, so his reach was pretty far and wide. Paul started out delivering automotive parts when he was a kid, delivering them on a bike and carrying them in a milk crate.
There is not a road in Kansas City that Paul has not traveled down, knew someone there, could tell you a great place to eat, or had some kind of story.
Paul Mason loved to tell you stories about what Kansas City was like when he was growing up, the people he knew, the adventures he went on throughout the city and so much more!
A Celebration of Life is planned for Saturday, May 14th, 2022, at 3:00 PM at the VFW Post 3118 located at 1701 Country Club Dr, Pleasant Hill, MO 64080.
This will be followed by a catered dinner at the same location where we will listen to his favorite music, share stories about Paul, enjoy the company of others who also love Paul, and whatever else you can think of that he would have enjoyed!!
So please come for the service and stay for the aftermath dressed up in your favorite Harley Davidson shirts, suspenders, Bolo hats or whatever else makes you think of Paul Mason. That is what he would want!!
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