Mason Edward MacDonald

April 8, 2013June 19, 2020

Mason Edward MacDonald aka our little “Bug-ah” aka “Bubbas” aka “Stinky”, 7 yr. old died unexpectedly on 6/19/2020 at approximately 7:30 a.m. He was born on 4/8/2013, at 11:49am in Overland Park, Kansas, a beautiful bouncing full of life 7 lbs., 8 oz., 19 ins., bundle of joy. He will be remembered mainly by his spirit which he pushed unto others; to be more open and enjoy life, cherishing every moment and loving to the fullest. Everyone who knew this little angel can attest to his presence, he demanded you be happy and expected everyone to love one another. His light is not any dimmer and is still shining brightly upon us, as our little guardian angel watches over his family. His personality has been ingrained in our hearts, and he has ultimately taught us to be better people. Mason’s spirit is in a better place, waiting for all his loved-ones to one day meet again and have more Nerf battles and Fortnite Dance-Battles. Mason was always busy, playing and wanting to surround others with love. He had a real talent for any video-game that was weapons related. “SlygamerMason” was no “noob” and would let anyone know he was a true sniper, and was a savage with AKIMBO or duel-wielding pistols. He learned at a young age that weapons were a great tool, that they were no game. He was very intellectual, but really wanted to make a difference in the world by being in the Army or being a Cop. He wanted to do everything like his Dad and knew he had a cuddle-buddy for a mom. The young-man knew dad was the active and crazy one, but mom gave the best cuddles. Never in a million years have we encountered an angel so compassionate; his only intent was to always ensure others were okay. His selfless, caring personality will live on teaching his elders more of an ideology of love-thy-brother. His greatest testaments to his personality were grabbing random people he just met to teach them about what he liked, gaining new friends. He always loved his “gaming”, his favorite being Fortnite; a stranger that he barely met, he would teach his Fortnite dances, his knowledge of Fortnite, and ask them to get an account to be his friend so he could teach them. This little angel could warm a room and get everyone to be cheerful; if everyone was sad, he would “oh yeah, watch this” and break-out into his silly, playful, and rather jubilant dances. Our hearts will never be quite the same, our spirits will always be a little empty without this wonderful angel’s presence, he was the epitome of a free-spirit. Love, laugh, and remember that it is okay to be crazy sometimes because only one entity can judge us; his spirit embodied never suppressing our drive to be carefree and silly. Our hearts will forever have a lasting impression, to which we must carry with us and at times strive to be more like. He would want us instead of being saddened too much, remember and carry his spirit on; bust-out into a crazy and carefree dance, letting everyone know it is okay. Mason was dearly loved by many people, to the extent that he left lasting impressions upon nearly everyone he came into contact with. We don’t fully understand the meaning, or reasoning of some moments and events in time that have no true explanation. We just must embody his spirit a little more and his true purpose and meaning in life will live on, recognizing he was intended to 100% change the world; We must not let that fail. Our little angel is definitely left his mark, which inevitably was the most important part of life, to leave and impression or make a difference in others. Mason will be survived by Mary MacDonald (Mother), Allen MacDonald (Father), and a very large extended family.


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Mason Edward MacDonald

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JoLynn Mowrer

July 6, 2020

RIP Mason. Prayers to your mom, dad, and extended friends and family ❤️ I bet he was amazing, Mars! His obit is beautiful. Love to all. ❤️

Nichole Bodelson

June 27, 2020

2019 I remember working at family dollar in kck, allen would bring lil guy to work and we rarely were busy. I would go to toy isle and get toys and play with him. Another time i was sad st work due to an ex bf, but that lil guy made my frown turn upside down!