Brent T. Mason


Brent T. Mason, age 60, passed away suddenly in his home July 27, 2017. Born August 15, 1956, Brent was the beloved father of Nicholas Brent Mason and Brittany Jane (Mason) Parson. Beloved son of Mary Jane and Bert Mason, brother to Perry B. Mason, Bart D. Mason, Curtis B. Mason (deceased) and Bobby Dale Mason.

Brent grew up in Cincinnati and graduated from Colerain High School in 1974 where he lettered in track and cross country and competitively participated in other various sports such as basketball and baseball. After high school, Brent proudly served our country in the US Army for four years as a soldier and designer where he spent over two years based in Berlin. Some of Brent’s other Army highlights include being in the Guinness Book of World Records, with eleven other fellow soldiers; for playing volleyball for 72 hours straight and also traveling through Europe starring for the US Army’s all European Men’s softball team.

Brent continued his professional career as an Engineer/Designer in Cincinnati where he worked for Pease and Hess & Eisenhardt, where he was part of a major armoring and Jaguar XJS convertible top conversion projects. Then staying in the automotive business, Brent lived the last twenty years in Columbus, IN working at such companies as Cummins and Faurecia where he helped design transmission and exhaust systems.

Brent was a very dedicated and involved father. He enjoyed coaching and supporting Nick and Brittany’s school and after school activities. Brent also enjoyed being a busy dad to Nick and Brittany as they were growing up and ‘hanging out’ either at the beach, boat, golf course, or at home. Brent became and avid golfer and enjoyed beating his dad, son, brothers, and his friends whenever possible!

The Brent T. Mason family is having a celebration of life for Brent. We welcome all of our family and friends to join us at Pebble Creek Golf Course Event Center at 9799 Prechtel Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45252 this Sunday, August 6, 2017 during the hours of 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Lets toast to a great son, good brother, proud and loving father, and a loyal friend.

Myers-Reed Chapel is serving the Mason Family.