Mrs. Barbara Ann “Blue” Monday-Mason

May 29, 1946 - April 18, 2015

Mrs. Barbara Ann “Blue” Monday-Mason

May 29, 1946 - April 18, 2015


On April 18, 2015 Around 2:30pm at St. John Medical Center the rain poured….thunder clapped and lighting flashed when Mrs. Barbara Ann “Blue” Monday-Mason received her wings.

Saturday April 25, 2015 at 1:00pm Boynton Community Center Rev. John D. Martin, Eulogist Burial:Lee Cemetery at Boynton, Oklahoma

On May 29, 1946 God endowed the earth with one of his most cherished gifts, Barbara Ann Monday. Born to Morris and Hazel Monday in Boynton, Oklahoma, she was the seventh of nine children. Always the life of the party ” Barbara Ann” would invent stories to entertain her siblings and friends. Barbara was a proud student of Phyllis Wheatley secondary school and Boynton High School. She was a bright student that excelled in academics. In addition to her studies, Barbara was great in basketball and track and field. She always led the team in song after every game with ” My Girl” whether they won or not.

Barbara was also a faithful member of First Baptist Church in Boynton where she traveled and sang in the youth choir.

She was united in Holy matrimony to Walter Fay Mason Jr. and to his union four beautiful children were born. Later she united with James Edward Goff and two more precious children were added to her family. She was known as an immaculate homemaker and took pride in raising her children with tender loving care.

Only after successfully raising her children did she enter the workforce. She was a dutiful employee at Braums Ice Cream and Dairy Inc. for over 18 years. She was so beloved by all who knew her and was an exemplary employee. Barbara also was a willing volunteer at Jewel’s Place Daycare. All the children, clients and staff adored her and her hilarious antics.

Affectionately known as “Blue” , which did not exemplify her presence. She was a homegrown comedian and spirit ” up lifter.” Ms. Mason loved to read, solve Sudoku puzzles and travel.She loved the Obama’s but most of all she loved Boynton. She was a true Boyntonite and too her charge as Sergeant at Arms to heart!

She was preceded in death by her parents and five siblings , Alice Boozer, Ruthie Mae Jeffries , Betty Jean Monday, Narvis Monday and William Monday.

On April 18, 2015 our merciful Savior saw fit to grant Barbara Ann Mason her final reward. She received her one way ticket into paradise where she will abide with the Lord for eternity.She leaves to cherish her memory two dedicated sisters, Marie Robinson and Marcella Mason of Tulsa, Ok and one brother, Duke Monday (California). She also has a special sister/aunt Irene Freeman. Barbara Ann leaves to continue her legacy six children: Anita (Larry) Boykins; Broken Arrow, OK, Terri(James) Gunnells, Mesquite, Tx, Lisa Mason; Tulsa, Oklahoma, Anthony Mason; Tulsa, Oklahoma ; Jamie (Mattece) Mason; Owasso, Ok, Barbara Good; Desoto, Tx; She loved her 22 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren and even anticipated one on the way.

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8 responses to Mrs. Barbara Ann “Blue” Monday-Mason

  1. On Behave Of The Jones Family, We Would Like To Take This Time To Offer Words Of Encouragement To The Entire Mason Family. We Remember Our Back Yard Neighbors And How We Played With Each Other Over The Fence. We Know That You Guys Will Miss Your Mother, But Know That She Is No Longer Suffering And Her Body Is Resting. There Will Be Good And Bad Days, But Eventually The Good With Out Way The Bad Days. We Love You All.

  2. I Can’T Comprehend Just How Sad You Must Feel For The Loss Of Someone You Love. This Sorrowful Time Must Still Feel Unreal And You’Re Looking For Strength From Above. I Hope, From My Heart, That Your Pain Will Decrease, That Your Spirit Will Gain Strength Again, And I Pray That Your Faith Will Create Inner Peace And That God Will Send Blessings–Amen. Till Then, If You Need Me To Lighten Your Load, I’M Waiting To Come To Your Aid. Just Call On Me, And I’Ll Walk Down That Road, Until The Dark Times Start To Fade. Deep Condolences, Tarshia Mitchell Fitzpatrick

  3. Please Accept The Condolences Of The Westbrook Family On The Passing Of A Great Woman. She Always Shared Stories That Had Great Meaning To Her And That Touched The Heart Of Person She Shared It With. She Made You Move Out Of Your Comfort Zone And Gain An Opposing Perspective On World And Life Topics. I Loved Sitting And Listening To Her. We Absolutely Will Miss Mrs. Mason And Her Laugh. Prayers From Our Family To Yours, Delmena Westbrook

  4. I Will Miss A Very Dear Close Friend And Cousin. I Will Always Remember Your Smile. You Will Always Be Remembered By Your Knowledge And Wisdom I Love You Barbara. The Battle Is Over You Are With Our Father. I Hope To See You Some Day.

  5. There Is A Place Full Of Joy,Comfort And Understanding.God Knows Our Hearts And Our Sorrows,But We Can Rejoice Knowing That Sister Mason Is With Him. May God Bless And Keep The Family During This Time.

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