“So sorry to hear about Dr. Field. I worked with him at Flowers Hospital and am very sadden to hear the news. I will never forget the times we talked and he always told me how he was so proud to be part of the Flowers Hospital family. God Bless you Dr. Field and your family! He will be dearly missed.
“So sorry for your lose.I new Dr. Field at Flowers. I know he is making music now. Free from the earthy infirmities here. Sandra Hornsby
“To my dear friend Judy---my thoughts and prayers are with you today. I wish I could be with you and give you hugs and support. Mason is at peace and now has no trouble breathing in the arms of our Lord and Savior. God bless you , and I'll be in touch soon....
“Mason was a member of the Dothan community band and was always supportive while I was director and an encouragement to all of us. We will miss him very much.
“Remembering a wonderful man, who we were so blessed to call our uncle, and celebrating a life well lived. Our thoughts and prayers are with my Aunt Judy, Benji and their family.
“Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you. We will miss seeing him here for fun things at the hospital.
Wayne and Rhonda Andrews
“Judy, we are going to miss him so much. You know he got lots of hugs when he came into our office. Marion and I have you in our thoughts and prayers. Love you, Denise and Marion Whiddon
Dr. Mason Dillard Field, Jr. Dr. Mason Dillard Field, Jr., a resident of Dothan, died early Wednesday morning, April 10, 2013, at his home. He was 81. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M. Friday, April 12, 2013, in the Calvary Baptist Church with Dr. Ed Wright, Reverend Henry Johnson, and...Read More