I worked under his CFO in the Pasadena office in 1981-82. He was a very kind and generous man and Elizabeth is a fine lady as well. I remember many Friday late afternoons when Mason would either personally tell his office staff that he unlocked the bar at the lunch room in the back of the building or his secretary Linda would. He and Elizabeth genuinely cared for people even those on the lower parts of the totem pole. Those were the good old days! He left a very positive mark on my life.
Dear Liz and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Mason's passing. Your family and Mason affected me profoundly and I think of the wonderful times we spent together often. Please accept my heartfelt condolences and pass my love along to everyone. Mason was one-of-a-kind, and it was sheer joy to have spent such cherished moments in his, and your, company.
All My Love,
Mason and I were roommates at Phillips Academy Andover in 1940-1941. I have a home in Wellington, Florida where his son, Mason Jr.,is in charge of equestrian activities. Mase was fun, athletic, and an all-around great friend. I was hoping that he would be coming to our 70th reunion at Andover this June. I will miss him greatly and send my sincere condolences to his family.
My condolences to Mason Phelps' wife and family. I worked at an art gallery in La Jolla in the early 80's, and met Mason and Elizabeth. I remember being invited to their home for a small gathering after an opening. I was impressed by the art decorating their home, but even more impressed with the couple themselves. They were kind and respectful, and made me feel welcome. I've never forgotten that evening, and have told many people about it over the years. Mason Phelps was an honorable man, and I was lucky to have met him.
May you draw close to God in prayer and find comfort in reading his Word.
May the God of all comfort be with the Phelps family and friends.
Elizabeth and family, inlcuding Linda Rich .You are in my thoughts and prayers. I was part of your banking team and you were my favorite client. Such a special man and family.
My deepest condolences to you and your family. Your lovely way of describing Mason in the paper will touch many.
You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
While working with Taylor I had the chance to meet Mason and spend time at your home. I'll always remember him as gracious, humorous, and supportive.
Dear Elizabeth and Family,
With our sincerest condolences of the passing of your loving husdand Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nicolaidis and Family
What a wonderful tribute to so honorable a man. Im so very sorry for your loss Mason and thinking of you and your family. Sincerely, John Posey
Dear Elizabeth. My family and I send our deepest sympathy for your loss. Mason was a true gentleman and always made me feel welcome in his presence. He leaves a wonderful legacy and will live forever in your hearts. He is now at peace and in God's arms. It was a pleasure to have known him!
Jim Pieri and family
Dear Liz and family,
We are among the lucky ones to be a 'friend of Mason' ... and will treasure our memories of both fun times and inspiring talks in your home. It might be a cliche but he was truly "one of a kind" and we will miss him.
Susan & Richard
Dearest Liz, all our heartfelt sympathy to you and yours on such a great loss. I told Robert that I will always remember being at the light on Nautilus and Muirlands West watching you cajole Mason to continue his walk when he so clearly was over it! What a great love you both shared.
Fondly, Judith and Robert
A beatiful tribute to Mason.
I will always remember Mason living by "the code"..Family, Friends, God and Country.
Elizabeth and Phelps family
I am so sad to hear that Mason has gone to God. You both were so generous and sharing your lovely home and garden for the Secret Garden Tour.
what a honor it was to meet Mason.