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Mason Eric Weiland

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Mason Eric Weiland

BUCYRUS: Mason Eric Weiland was an amazing, energetic young man whose brief life was cut short unexpectedly on Sunday, March 13, 2011, he was 18 years old. Mason touched the hearts and lives of the many people whose paths he crossed, with his happy, exuberant personality. Always ready to reach a hand out to those in need, he loved life and the people in it.

Mason began his too-brief journey of life on May 26, 1992, as the son of Chad and Nicole (Payne) Weiland, along with his twin brother, Taylor. Along with his parents and brother and best friend Taylor; Mason leaves behind his loving son, Jacob Ellis Weiland, and Jacob's mother, Courtney McGinnis; grandmothers, Sharon Payne, Bucyrus and Sandy Albright of Galion; Special Friend, Casey Lloyd, Bucyrus; aunts, Carri Payne, Bucyrus and Terri Loretta of Mansfield; uncle, Chris Weiland of Galion; cousins, Shelby Payne, Alexis Payne, Dakoda Loretta; special great uncle, Mark Payne; as well as many friends.

Mason was preceded in death by both grandfathers, Larry Weiland and Jim Payne.

Mason enjoyed spending time with his family; especially hunting at the cabin in Southern Ohio with Grandpa Jim and eating meals prepared by Grandma Sharon. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed swimming, four-wheeling, bonfires, and spending time with his many friends. Mason was a senior Wynford Student attending Pioneer. He had been awarded several certificates in welding which led to his employment at Broshco in Mansfield. Mason's dream was to be an under water welder.

A celebration of Mason's life was held on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. in Wayside Chapel with Pastor Wade Payne and Pastor Bob Creel officiating.

The family suggests memorials be made in the form of contributions to Suicide Prevention or Sight for Children through the Munz-Pirnstill Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy can be left at munzpirnstill.com

Just as Mason embraced everyone, we embrace Mason in our hearts. It was a true privilege to know him. Thank you for being a part of our lives, Mason. We will dearly miss you.
Published in the Telegraph-Forum from Mar. 16 to Mar. 21, 2011
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