Lance Cpl. Mason Vanderwork

HICKORY, North Carolina

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Mason, You may be gone from your physical form... but your legacy will always live on. I think of the good times we had in middle school and some high school. You are a true hero, a warrior, and a great individual. You are not gone and are definitely not forgotten man!

Missy may the lord give u comfort in ur hour of need . God bless Mason, a hero to all mankind

Farewell Marine

To the Family of LCpl. Mason Vanderwork

I wish I had the right words to say at this time, but I know there are none. I grieve for the loss of your beloved son and I know that I cannot fathom the pain you must be feeling. Your son will not be forgotten and what he did to help protect our homeland and our freedoms. It was his life that made him a Hero. It was his noble path that made him an American Hero. It was his ultimate sacrifice that made him a Fallen Hero. May God carry...

You have our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy on your loss of Mason...and our pledge to remember.

Marty and Jan
Marine Vet and Navy parents

Rest in Peace Devil Dog. Thank you for your service to our country....We pray Jesus holds your family tight and that they always know you will always be their guardian angel from the heavens above. Semper FI

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

May God Bless you all at this sad time in your lives. Please remember Mason Vanderwork is a true American hero whose sacrifice will never be forgotten by our grateful nation. I pray for strength and peace for you all.

My deepest Heartfelt Condolences I Send to The Family Of
He's a True Hero, He Chose and Believed in Serving His Country.
Semper Fi Marine as you Proudly Guard The Gates Of Heaven
May His Soul Now Rest In Eternal Peace, and May The Family Find Comfort in The Many Fond Memories You Have Deep In Your Hearts, That May In Time Help You To Heal.

Because I do not know you it does not stop my prayers for you and your family. RIP YOUNGMAN.


Mason's Obituaries

Mason Vanderwork joined the U.S. Marine Corps just after his high school graduation in 2010.In the two-and-a-half years that followed, the football player from St. Stephens High School served overseas twice, bought his first car and got married to a girl from home after knowing her for only two...

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