Glad Tidings Community Church, Blenheim
Wednesday March 25, 2009
On Friday March 13, 2009 Mason Berubé, his dad Jason and Mason’s best friend Devon Tinus were on their way back from a London Knights game. In a tragic accident, Mason and Devon were taken from us all too soon, and on this day a part of all of us has gone with them.
Mason Eugene Berubé is the son of Ghislain (Jason) Berubé of Chatham and Renee Berubé & Mark Massender of Blenheim. Mason was born in Chatham on May 5, 1996. He was a fun spirited boy whose interests included hockey, fishing, reading and spending time with his dog Hershey. He attended McNaughton Avenue Public School in Chatham. Mason is the dear brother of Denielle Berubé & Jeremy Bellamy of Edmonton, Vincent Berubé of London and Carson Mann of Blenheim and step brother of Kody and Kelsey Massender. He is an uncle to Preston Bellamy of Edmonton and the much loved grandson of Mary Anne Rumble of Chatham, Sandra Rumble of Erieau and Rejeanne Berubé of Quebec. Mason was predeceased by his grandfather Robert Rumble on February 26, 2009 and also by his grandfather Paul Berubé. He will be missed and forever loved by his aunts and uncles Michelle Rumble & Kathy Mondo of Thamesville, Lisa & Todd Edmondson of Blenheim, Mark Rumble of London, Jeannot & Heather Berubé of Chatham, Leo & Stacy Berubé and and Claude Berubé of Blenheim and by his aunts and uncles Ginette, Charlotte, Pauline and Diane & Camillien and Ghislaine & Gilles all of Quebec. Mason will also be fondly remembered by his cousins Aaron and Brent Austen, Shannon and Madison Rumble, Ainslie and Amelia Edmondson, Annie, Stéphane, Sébastien, Patryk, Sarah, William, Jonathan, Eric, Nicolas, Catherine, Dylan, Diana, Samantha, Shawn, Baven, Lauren and Xavier as well as friends Shannon Bell and Dillon Bell. He was predeceased by his cousin Thomas Edmondson. A Funeral Service will be held in Glad Tidings Community Church, Blenheim on Wednesday March 25, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery, Blenheim. Friends wishing to honour Mason’s life with a memorial donation are asked to consider the O.S.P.C.A. or Dresden Minor Hockey. The Facebook site r.i.p mason and devon has been created for friends wishing to add pictures and condolences.
“Mason, you were taken from us too soon. We love you and we will never forget you. Although we are apart, your spirit lives within us and you will be in our hearts forever. Two young souls were taken together forever. Along the shores of the lake comes a song from all of our hearts. Throw your line in and Papa will be there to guide you.”