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Mason Cagle Stewart

November 26, 1946 – June 25, 2021


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Mason Cagle Stewart passed away June 25, 2021, in Mesa, Arizona.

Mason was born November 26, 1946, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix.

Mason had a fun personality and was kind to everyone.  He would go out of his way to help others. Some of his talents were small motor and engine repair, car mechanics, home reconstruction and electrical, all self-taught.

His zest for life showed in his love of playing cards, snow skiing and water skiing, four-wheeling, camping, hiking and fishing. He traveled around the USA as well as foreign countries.  He visited México, Argentina, England, Scotland, France and Italy.

Mason is survived by his partner, Lori Thompson; daughter, Tammi (Joe) Bryant; son, Aaron (Golondrina Timewell) Stewart; brother, Tim (Cathy) Stewart; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and one niece and nephew.

Mason retired in 2007 after working thirty years for the Salt River Project.

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Mason Cagle Stewart

November 26, 1946 – June 25, 2021


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Mason Cagle Stewart passed away June 25, 2021, in Mesa, Arizona.

Mason was born November 26, 1946, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix.

Mason had a fun personality and was kind to everyone.  He would go out of his way to help others. Some of his talents were small motor and engine repair, car mechanics, home reconstruction and electrical, all self-taught.

His zest for life showed in his love of playing cards, snow skiing and water skiing, four-wheeling, camping, hiking and fishing. He traveled around the USA as well as foreign countries.  He visited México, Argentina, England, Scotland, France and Italy.

Mason is survived by his partner, Lori Thompson; daughter, Tammi (Joe) Bryant; son, Aaron (Golondrina Timewell) Stewart; brother, Tim (Cathy) Stewart; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and one niece and nephew.

Mason retired in 2007 after working thirty years for the Salt River Project.

Services have been held.

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