Jennifer Ann Mason
Jennifer Ann Mason passed away at her home in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, at the age of 43 years.
Jennifer was the daughter of Jerry & Phyllis (Payne) Beeler, born on September 29, 1973, in Knoxville, Tennessee. She was brought up in Oklahoma from the age of 8 years, and attended Byng schools. She was a talented lady, artistic and creative, and loved to paint, sculpt, and draw. She also enjoyed writing. She loved animals, especially dogs, and in particular her own Pomeranian mix named Bear. Jennifer fell in love with everything and everyone around her. She would be overwhelmed with love when she was surrounded by her family and friends, and she never failed to verbalize it. You can talk to any of her nieces and nephews and they will tell you that she was a second mother to not only them, but to their friends as well. It is surely true that her home was a safe haven for anyone who needed it. She was a friend, a mentor, a sister, a daughter, a partner, an aunt, and more than any of these, she was a mother. Her love for Tailor transcended beyond any earthly perception of love, and their bond was powerful and enduring. FerFer was dearly loved, and will be deeply missed.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Phyllis Beeler, in 2007.
She is survived by her daughter, Tailor Mason, of Norman; her father, Jerry Beeler, of McLoud; her brother, Tony Beeler, of Pegram TN; two sisters, Robin Johnson of Waldron AR, and Jennifer Lashomb of Noble; nieces and nephews: Lauren Beeler, Christian Beeler, Ross Beeler, Allie Shaddon, Tyler Shaddon, Aaron Mize, Carson Mize, David Lashomb, Ashlyn Beeler, Ashley France, and Arin Lohrer; special companion Jimmy Brumbalow, of the home; other relatives and many friends.
Funeral services were held on Monday, June 26, 2017, 1:00 p.m. at Fisher Funeral Home’s Lillye Chapel, and Jennifer was laid to rest at Crossroads Cemetery in Sasakwa. Rev. Tony Chesser and Rev. Marla Chesser were the officiating ministers. Pallbearers were Randy Johnson, Christian Beeler, Ross Beeler, Tyler Shaddon, Wade Shaddon, and Aaron Mize.
Services are under the direction of Fisher Funeral Home of Holdenville.