- Memorial Gathering
- Location Crosswalk-Kingsway
- Date Thu, January 03, 2019
- Time6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Special Instructions Scheduled speakers will begin at 6:15 p.m., and after, friends are encouraged to share.
Mason was born in Gainesville, GA and has resided in Williamsburg, VA since 2010. His passing was sudden and untimely. Mason had a vast joy for life and was a friend to all. He was on a constant mission for seeking happiness and helping others. His interests were varied and changing as he grew – as a young boy, Mason enjoyed playing soccer, mountain and BMX biking, hunting alongside his father and sharing endless amounts of creative ideas with his mother. He also had a keen eye for photography and enjoyed taking action photos. More recently, he developed a passion for cars. Mason was a 2016 graduate of Warhill High School and accepted to Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mason was a most beloved son to Travis and Cristy Worthington of Olathe, KS, an admired older brother to Taylor, EllaGrace and Luke Worthington. He was an adored grandson to John and Joyce Wilson of Carnesville, GA and Patricia Spratt of Gallatin, TN, a nephew to Casey and Hank Ramey and cousins to Park and Jackson Ramey of Carnesville, GA.
A memorial gathering will be held Thursday, January 3 from 6-8 p.m., at Crosswalk-Kingsway, 5100 John Tyler Hwy; Williamsburg, VA. The gathering is informal and an opportunity for friends and family to share their stories of this amazing young man. Scheduled speakers will begin at 6:15 p.m., and after, friends are encouraged to share.
For friends and family not able to attend the memorial, please visit Mason’s online memorial on Forever Missed. There you can write a short tribute, post pictures or videos and write a story or final goodbye to Mason. His parents would love any and all contributions to his online memorial at https://www.forevermissed.com/mason-worthington/#about.
In lieu of flowers, the family would like to ask for donations to the Heritage Humane Society in Williamsburg, VA. Mason loved all animals, especially dogs. He was happiest with dogs in his lap or by his side, and his parents can think of no better way to honor him than a gift to Heritage Humane Society in his name at https://heritagehumane.org/one-time-gift/. When you donate, please dedicate your donation as a memorial gift to honor Mason Worthington.