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Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home & Cemetery

14501 North Ih-35, Pflugerville, TX

OBITUARY

Sandra Mae Mason

February 8, 1956July 27, 2020

Sandra Mae Mason (Grover) passed away Monday, July 27, 2020 at her home in Round Rock, Texas. The daughter of a U.S. Army veteran, she was born February 8, 1956 in Petersburg, Virginia.

She attended Harker Heights Elementary School, Rancier Junior High School, and graduated from Killeen High School before attending LA Community College in Inglewood, California. She spent many of her adult years residing in Metropolitan Los Angeles and North Dallas before moving to Austin in retirement to be closer to family.

Sandra spent her career as a civil servant. She worked for the U.S. Government in various positions for 42 years until her retirement from service in 2018.

She accepted Christ into her heart at the age of 16 and she was a faithful member of Marlboro Heights Missionary Baptist Church in Killeen, Texas where she was part of the Usher Ministry. Then, she was a member of First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park in Richardson, Texas where she enjoyed serving in many capacities such as: Usher Board #1 President, Junior Usher Sponsor, Outreach Program AWANA Leader-Cubbies, Singles Sunday School, Baptist Training Union, and J. Lee Foster School of Biblical Studies.

Sandra loved doing things for others and spending time with family and friends. Some of her interests include biblical studies, volunteering for various charitable organizations, entertaining and hosting events, decorating her home, collecting giraffe paraphernalia, shopping for clothes and shoes, doting over her parents, spoiling her nieces and nephews, and being an avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys.

Sandra is preceded in death by her mother, Ruby Lee Grover. She is survived by her father, Lonnie Ray Grover, Sr.; her son, Samuel Reginald Mason, Jr.; her three grandchildren, Michael A. Martinez, Samyra N. Martinez, and Samuel R. Mason, III (Trey); five siblings, Ramonia J. Bacon, Lonnie R. Grover, Jr., Patricia A. (Thomas) Chappell, and Rhonda E. (Tracy) Good, Carl Grover and a host of nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services will begin at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, August 8, 2020 in The Memorial Chapel of Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home in Pflugerville, Texas followed by interment in Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery.

A live stream of the services is available at https://youtu.be/isQHrP5hiB4

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Patrick D. Chappell
  • Thomas C. Campbell, Jr.
  • William F. Chappell, Jr.
  • Christopher D. Duran
  • Lonnie R. Grover, III
  • Matthew Sotelo
  • Thomas C. Campell, Sr., Honorary
  • Tracy D. Good, Honorary
  • Thomas J. Law, Jr., Honorary
  • Billy E. Polk, Honorary

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
8 August

Funeral Service

1:00 pm

Memorial Chapel of Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home

14501 North Interstate 35
Pflugerville, Texas 78660

8 August

Committal Service

Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery

14501 North Interstate 35
Pflugerville, Texas 78660

Memories

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Valerie Watkins

August 3, 2020

Please accept my sympathy of the passing of this beautiful soul, Ms Sandi Mason. I was honored to work with her for a few years at CMS. In that short time, she was always very giving of her time and talent. Her spirit was always warm and inviting. I am blessed that our paths crossed! May God comfort the Mason family.

Deirdre Lloyd

August 3, 2020

Sandra Mason Family,
Never give up. Keep praying. Keep trusting in God. Stay close to God when life is hard. That was who Sandra was at FBCHP. With a smile on her face, you could not tell she was ill. Sandra always was working for the Lord. I am so thankful that Sandra came in our lives here on earth. Praying for the family for comfort.
Blessings,
Deirdre Lloyd

Delphia Fegans

August 3, 2020

My sincerest condolences and prayers for the family of Sandra! I have such fond memories of Sandra. She was my sister in Christ, a sweetheart, leader and we both served at First Baptist Church of Hamilton Park, Richardson TX. We were members of Usher Ministry #1 and Sandra also worked with the youth ushers. Sandra fought a good fight being ill as long as she was. She is and will continue to be missed. She can rest now from her illness battle and I believe God's well pleased with His servant.

Family of Sandra, may you allow the fond memories that you shared with Sandra bring you peace. These memories can turn your tears into smiles and eventually laughter. May God strengthen you, grant you peace and acceptance during this difficult time, in Jesus Name.

Blessings,
Delphia Fegans
FBCHP Usher Ministry #1

Gloria Garza-Sally

August 3, 2020

Reggie and family,
Your mom was a joy to know, work with and call a friend. Even more comforting to me, was to know she thought of me as a friend.
She was the most positive person I've ever met. That positivity transcended all areas of her life, including her long fought health issues all while she continued to work and contribute meaningfully to that work. She was an inspiration to me and I will always remember her fondly.

I pray that you and your family will find peace in your memories.

God Bless You all,
Gloria Garza-Sally
CMS

Anna Smith

August 3, 2020

Hello Reggie and family. Sandi was a great friend. I enjoyed working with her. She was loyal to my family and me. Sandi will be greatly missed. We loved her at CMS and she loved her CMS family. I did get a chance to tell Sandi that I was retiring August 31, 2020 and she rejoiced with me. Sandi will never be forgotten.

Anna Smith

Paula Hammond

August 2, 2020

It was such a delight and to have worked with Sandi for over 20 years at HCFA/CMS. She was much beloved by her coworkers and especially the Medicare beneficiaries she served with passionate dedication. Sandi was one of a kind never waivering in her strength in the Lord setting an example for many of us. I was very saddened to learn of her passing but rejoicing in her going home. Prayers to her family for comfort during this difficult time of loss.

Margaret Roberts

August 2, 2020

Hello Family of Beloved Sandra

Sandra and I were both sponsors of the Junior Usher ministry, friends in the same Sunday School class and friends in the Women's ministry at First Church.

What an incredible woman of faith. We admired her strength and faithfulness to God during her journey. We are so blessed to have seen the example she set.

Be comforted in knowing that God is well-pleased in His Servant, Sandra.

Love to all, Margaret Roberts

Joyce Martin

August 2, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Sandi for many years and what a wonderful woman she was. She was a class act and always professional. She was a joy to be around. I never see a giraffe that I do not think of Sandi - with a happy thought. May the Lord give you strength as you walk through this difficult time.

Magda Flores

July 31, 2020

My deepest condolences to your family on the passing of Sandy. I enjoyed working with her at HCFA/CMS in Dallas many years ago. She was a delight to work with, eager to learn and willing to work hard. During our business travels, we enjoyed many a meal at Mexican restaurants around the region. I have a small giraffe on my window sill that reminds me of Sandy and her collection. May the Lord grant you peace and strength during this time.

Yuvonne Cook-Shinal

July 31, 2020

I worked at CMS for many years with Ms. Sandi. She was an absolute joy to us all; very kind and friendly! Ms. Sandi was very passionate about her work and the beneficiaries we serve. I never met a person more dedicated to their job than she was. She was so thoughtful that she never went without getting me something special for Christmas. She always had encouraging words for me and shared her knowledge base. We all loved her and will miss her dearly. My thoughts, love and prayers are with her family at this time. She suffered long and now she is resting with the Lord. Fly high sweet angel! With love, Yuvonne

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