Katheryn A. (Carney) Mason

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Katheryn A. (Carney) Mason, 57, died Nov. 17th, 2018 at Hope Hospice in Providence, RI

She was a daughter of the late Shirley (Wrightington) & Thomas E. Carney Jr. Kathy lived most of her life in RI before moving with her family to Middleburg, FL. Kathy worked as a CNA before graduating St. Augustine Tech with a degree in nursing in 1993. Kathy was known for hard work, moving up the ranks in various nursing homes and Wyatt Detention Center. She adored cats and always had a few of them with her wherever she settled. Kathy often said her greatest accomplishment was her kids and that she was most proud of the people they are today.

Kathy is survived by husband Brian Mason and her children: Michael Barbour Sr. (Tanya Fabas), Sarah Marcoccio (Michael), Matthew Barbour (Siobhan Crookes) all of Warwick. Her grandchildren: Paige, Cassidy, Jasmine, Paris, Konnor & Michael Jr, & Baby Sophia due on Kathy’s birthday. Great-grandsons Perrin and William. Kathy was a step-mother to Elizabeth Mason and the late Brian Mason Jr. She also leaves siblings Thomas Carney, of Holyoke and Carolyn Mariorenzi (Kenneth) also of Warwick and their kids.

A private memorial will be held in the future. In lieu of services donations may be made in her name to Hope Hospice & Palliative Care of RI, 1085 North Main St., Providence RI 02904.

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Ronda1210

Kathy you will be sorely missed. It's amazing how after such a rough start that we not only became friends but even related. Our friendship was definitely a one of a kind. You were a strong woman who was also strong willed. You gave a good fight, I honestly don't know if I myself would have had the strength and courage that was within you. My kids were blessed that you were a part of their lives. Now you are at peace and with Brian and other family members that have gone before you. I know that you will always be watching over your children and grands. I'll forever hold our memories in my heart. I carry the angle pin with me and feel blessed that you chose me to give it to. Now you have your own wings and are an angel upon our shoulders. May you RIP

Fly high my friend. I'm gonna miss you more than you know.

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