Mason, Kyle A.

August 3, 1982 - June 1, 2013

Kyle A. Mason, 30, of Dallas passed away on June 1, 2013.  Arrangements are under the direction of ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252, 214-306-6700.

5 replies on “Mason, Kyle A.”

shelly says:

Kyle, I am deeply saddened by this. I met you in Iowa and worked with you a few years ago. You adored your mother and your brother. Just received a letter Mon eve from Kevin and I promise to look out for him. Be our guardian angel from above Kyle and make your presence known during a very difficult time for your family. Sleep with the angels, dear friend.

Gianna says:

Dear Kyle,

Words can’t convey how devastated, shocked, guilty and heartbroken I feel right now. I just found out less than an hour ago when I logged onto FB for the first time in a month or two- at first, I was so happy to see a new message from you, and then I saw your profile. I haven’t processed the fact that you’re really gone, and doubt that I ever will. Although I only knew you for a couple of years, you had such a profound influence on me, and I feel so lucky to have known you. You came into my life when everyone else had left me, and were always there for me when I needed you. You’re incredible in so many ways, and I’ll always miss you. Thank you for all the wonderful memories- I love you.

Josh says:

Even though we never met in real life, your informative and thought provoking posts on DF made me feel like I knew you forever, and learning that this whole time, we lived in the same city is depressing, maybe we could have met. Rest in peace, and I know your unique humor will cheer up others in heaven.

Leigh says:

Kyle,
You were my soulmate and the love of my life. We went through thick and thin together and loved each other through the best years of my life. I think about you and miss you everyday baby. I know how you felt when you died and hold no resentments because I loved you with everything in my being. Rest well and know that I will ALWAYS love you. You were and still are my everything.
Forever yours
Leigh

Beth says:

It’s strange how a person can impact someone whom they have never even met, but you have, and apparently many times. Your words, your spirit, have impacted me posthumously and I simply want you, and anyone else who is interested, to know that you live on still, and the impact of your life is still being felt in the world. Peace to you, your family, and all who have loved you.

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