Mason Visman Obituary, Death – The terrible passing of Mason Visman has occurred. Pat, his wife of 57 years, his daughter Jennifer Bentley, his son Ian Visman (Felicia Carrera-Lowe), as well as his grandchildren Cooper and Peri Bentley, as well as Lilia and Elyse Visman, will miss him dearly, and they will always cherish the memories they have of him. His parents, Jan and Truda Visman, and his younger brother, John Maarten, all passed away before he did. He was the last surviving member of his family. Some of the people who continue to carry on his legacy are his sisters Trudy Visman and Maggie Komar (Randy), as well as his in-laws Happy Van de Valk-Bouman (Bill), Joan Smith, and John Bell (Sue Ferenc).

Mason took great pleasure in preserving his connections with relatives and friends who lived in many areas of the world. Mason immigrated to Canada from the Netherlands with his family when he was just eight years old in the year 1951. His formative years were spent in the Canadian cities of Calgary and Edmonton. Mason obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Dalhousie University, where he also acquired his education. He began his career in one industry then moved on to another, with the majority of his experience coming from the financial industry.

Over the course of his 52 years as a resident of St. Albert, Mason was active in a wide range of community organizations. The YMCA in Edmonton, the Nordic Ski club in St. Albert, and the board of their condo association are just a few examples of the organizations that they belong to. Mason enjoyed activities such as swimming, biking, racing his Osprey and Laser sailboats at the Wabamun Sailing club, and walking his newspaper route, which he took up after retirement as a way to stay fit and be paid for it. Other activities he enjoyed included sailing his Osprey and Laser sailboats at the Wabamun Sailing club, and racing his sailboats at the Wabamun Sailing club In addition to that, he was a member of the Wabamun Sailing club, where he frequently sailed his Osprey and Laser sailboats.

During this unplanned 12-year career and in the early morning delivery company, he had a great deal of enjoyment, in spite of the fact that it sounds foolish to say so. Mason and Pat have spent a lot of time together, and during that time they have had a lot of experiences that will stay with them for the rest of their lives. Following graduation from college in Nova Scotia, the family relocated to Regina for a short time before deciding to make their permanent home in St. Albert, where they have been for the past 52 years. At addition to all of the other places they went, one of the most important aspects of their family get-togethers was when everyone would gather at their cabin in Shandy Cove on Mara Lake during the summer months.