Becky Branan

May 30, 1940January 10, 2020
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Rebecca Joan Branan, age 79, of Frisco, Texas passed away on Friday January 10, 2020. Rebecca was born May 30, 1940 to Miriam M. (Bair) Mason and Richard D. Mason. Rebecca AKA "Becky", "Beck", or "Shorty" as her father called her, was born in a small central Indiana town, grew up in Indianapolis, IN. Becky was the oldest of three, Brother Jim Mason and Brother Steve Mason.

Becky graduated from Lawrence Central High School in 1958 and graduated from Mercer University. Becky married Tom Branan in 1977 in Indianapolis and had one son Scott Branan and one step-son Brad Branan. Becky was a very loving daughter, spouse, sibling and family member. She frequently coordinated family gatherings, vacations, etc. She was a talented writer, painter and quilter. She also enjoyed cooking, spoiling grandkids, nieces and nephews. Becky's favorite places to be were Lake Oconee, GA, Naples, FL, any family events holidays, birthdays, the kids' school or sporting events. Becky was very active in her church communities at Lake Oconee Presbyterian Church in Georgia and Trinity Presbyterian in Plano. Becky enjoyed hosting a small group Scripture Study of about 16 people in her Texas home. Becky also was very active in community volunteer work during her time in Georgia. Becky successfully worked in public relations for 15 years and marketing-public relations for 15 years. Becky's strong Christian beliefs and generous nature were admired by all who knew her.

Rebecca is survived by her husband, Tom Branan; son Scott Branan (Tricia); and step-son Brad Branan; brother Jim Mason (Donna) and brother Steve Mason (Jen); grandchild Richard Branan, grandchild Brett Branan, grandchild Falon DuBose Torp, niece Cindy Himes, niece Christy Linn and nephew Bill Mason. Rebecca was preceded in death by; father Richard D. Mason and mother Miriam M. (Bair) Mason; very special aunt Jane Fallis, and nephew Christopher Mason.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Branan family.


  • Memorial Service Friday, January 17, 2020
  • Reception Friday, January 17, 2020


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Carol Oxford

January 18, 2020

Becky was my neighbor at Lake Oconee for many years. We quickly became friends and shared so many things together, we had some wonderful girl trips, shopping trips. our husbands also became good friends and were fishing buddies. We were family. Becky was so giving of her time and so talented. I have beautiful quilts that she made for me and Jack. I will always have a hole in my heart for her but knowing that she is with our Heavenly Father has given me peace .

Cindy Himes

January 17, 2020

I could go on for hours about her and the wonderful person she was but faith, family, friends...these three little words pretty much sum up her life. She loved God and it showed in everything she did, She loved her family deeply. As an aunt, she was the best! “The Spoiler” A trait passed down from the greatest spoiler of them all, my grandfather. Lastly, she loved people. As a friend, she gave her best and her all to everyone. She will be deeply missed!
I ❤️ you Aunt Becky! Cindy

Donna Mason

January 16, 2020

So many lives were changed January 10 when Becky passed away. Becky was my hero. She could do anything and she did everything well. But her best gift was a servant’s Heart. She was always looking for ways to do for others. She made everyone feel special. I will miss her so much. But I have wonderful memories. She is walking with Jesus, it can’t get any better than that.

Robin Keenen

January 16, 2020

Becky was a very godly woman and had the gift of hospitality. We shared a common love for quilting and I knew I could always come to her for questions or ideas. She was also very generous with her time and her fabric. On more than one occasion she gave me fabric that she didn't think she would use and in the end passed on to me the majority of her remaining fabric. But more than that I cherished her friendship and the ease at which I could talk to her. She was a great Christian mentor. I will miss her greatly.

Valerie Krajcir

January 15, 2020

Becky was a special lady. She was a neighbor, a friend and a mentor to me. That beautiful smile was always on her face when she looked at you. Besides the smile you also could not miss the kindness in her eyes and the feeling that she truly cared about you, because she did. She was one-of-a-kind and we will all miss her dearly.

Steve Mason

January 14, 2020

To my sister Becky,
I was not ready to say goodbye to you. You are one of very few with whom I have shared my entire life....the ultimate “big sister”.
As a child you watched over me and as an adult sibling, you were always there for me. Your home was always had an open door for family and planned so many family celebrations, vacations and special times. Your kindness and love can never be replaced but the memories we shared will remain in my heart and mind as long as I live. I love you so very much!

Brother Steve

Michelle McCain

January 14, 2020

Tom and Family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your Dear Wife and Mother/Geandmother, Becky. I am Thelma Copeland's niece/guardian and Becky still continued to check in on our "Sissy" even when her illness began. Tricia, please check your FB inbox messages for a message that I sent you on Friday. I'm saddened that Becky didn't get the picture and message, but I know that Sissy and all of you now have a Guardian Angel watching over you daily. I will keep all of you in my prayers during this difficult time.

Patricia & Charlie Phillips

January 12, 2020

Our Wonderful memories of our neighbor and good friend Becky, always start with Becky’s warm welcome and big smile.
We will always remember the good times we had playing Mexican train and the Fun times Patricia had at the ladies pajama parties. Charlie will always cherish the Hawaiian shirt quilt that Becky and several other neighborhood ladies made with such tender loving care. May Becky now be celebrating her heavenly reward with Our Lord for all eternity.

Jim Mason

January 12, 2020

My Favorite Memories are:

FIRST Too many to many to mention
But can be summarized by saying That She always put Others ahead Of Herself

SECOND. She would still laugh about today is That even though three years
Older, as adults, She would introduce Me as her OLDER brother?
Love You forever Sis❤️❤️❤️

Timothy Simpson

January 11, 2020

Aunt Becky- You were always a bright spot in the room at any family gathering. I will always cherish the quilt you sent to me. I know you are among good company now. I will miss you, but will always have a smile when you come to mind..