Patricia Doss Mason – Obituary

By  | June 23, 2018 | Filed under: Obituaries, Thompson & Son Funeral Home

Mrs. Patricia Doss Mason was born on December 10, 1940, to the late Sarah Kincaid Doss and Earlie Doss Sr.

She departed this life on Friday June 22, 2018.She professed hope in Christ at an early age at Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church.

Patricia was the First Black Woman City Councilman of Cherokee, Alabama. She was employed as an Nurse at Helen Keller Hospital for 25 plus in labor and delivery. After retiring she worked for Home Health and was a caregiver for a number of the elderly.

She was a graduate, a voice and an advocate for the Cherokee Colored High School Memorial.

She was preceded in death by her brother Earlie Doss Jr., Sisters; Verlina Harris, Mary Francis Sullivan, Queen Ola Barnes; Parental grandparents, Crockett and Queen Stokes Doss, Maternal grandparents; Henry Kincaid and Ora Doss, Mother-in law Malissa Long Mason.

Patricia leaves to cherish a devoted husband of 55 years John H. Mason, a devoted and loving daughter; Trasena M. Burwell and one devoted granddaughter, Chloe S. Burwell and a host of nieces and nephews; and several devoted friends.

Funeral service for Mrs. Mason will be:
11:00am ~ Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, Cherokee, AL
Rev. Ronald Thompson, officiating
Burial in Cherokee Memorial Park, Cherokee, AL
The body will be placed in the church at 10:00am.
Thompson and Son Funeral Home, Tuscumbia, directing

Funeral service for Mrs. Mason will be:
11:00am ~ Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, Cherokee, AL
Rev. Ronald Thompson, officiating
Burial in Cherokee Memorial Park, Cherokee, AL
The body will be placed in the church at 10:00am.
Thompson and Son Funeral Home, Tuscumbia, directing

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