Mason Gainey

July 6, 1992 - August 27, 2017
Mason Gainey

Mason Kane Gainey 25, of Wilmington passed away Sunday August 27, 2017 in Charlotte.

A memorial service will be conducted 2:00 PM Thursday August 31, 2017 at Calvary Chapel of Wilmington, 2831 Carolina Beach Road.

Mason was born in Wilmington on July 6, 1992 the son of Marcus and Tabitha Godwin Gainey. Also surviving are Paternal grandmother Barbara Sellers of Leland, Maternal grandparents Frankie and Janice Godwin of Currie, and a sister Sonny Olivia Gainey of Wilmington. He was preceded in death by  grandfather’s AH Gainey, and EM Sellers .

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  • August 31, 2017
    Rohan says:
    Thanks for always cheering me up at Common Market whenever I'd come through after a long work trip. You are loved by many.

  • August 31, 2017
    Chelsy says:
    Mason was my first best friend. He was always so genuine and always looked out for me growing up. I will miss my cousin Mason so much and all the good times we had. He always stuck up for me to his older guys cousins and made them include me in activities!

  • August 31, 2017
    Pat Lee says:
    Suzanne, Barbara and family, My thoughts and prayers go out to you and all your family on your loss.

  • August 31, 2017
    Lynne and Jack Tressler says:
    Mason's laughter and fun spirit will be dearly missed. One hot Saturday afternoon we stood in line for hours at Six Flags for Mason's favorite ride., a wild slinging roller coaster. When it was our turn to get on Mason said he had to go to the bathroom...I said oh no you don't and off we went. He was such a joy...we will deeply miss him. Prayers to Tabby, Marcus, Sonny and family.

  • August 31, 2017
    Kyle Wilkinson says:
    It breaks my heart to know he passed. He was the type of man that could have nothing in his pocket and ask we if I wanted half. He never saw the collar of a man's skin but the actions of his character. He stood up for his believes and never backed down to a lost cause. I'll take lessons through life because he influenced me. You will be missed by all that actually knew who you were.