Theodore Raymond Mason
Army of the United States
Atglen, Pennsylvania
February 19, 1949 to February 07, 1971
THEODORE R MASON is on the Wall at Panel W5, Line 82

Theodore R Mason
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19 Nov 2003

Always remembered by family and friends.

A memorial from his mother,
Mrs. Blanche Mason
E-mail address is not available.

20 Nov 2003

The photograph of Theodore R. Mason is taken from Octorara Area High School yearbook, class of 1968.

The following article appeared in The Daily Local News (West Chester, PA) on February 13, 1971:

A 21-year-old Atglen soldier has been killed in action in Vietnam. He had been in the war-torn country for five weeks.

PFC Theodore R. Mason of Atglen RD1 entered the Army in August last year (1970). He was sent overseas January 8 and assigned to the First Cavalry Division in Vietnam.

He was a son of Blanche Miller Mason and the late Theodore Mason. A lifelong resident of Atglen, he graduated from Octorara Area High School in 1968 and was a member of Mt. Zion AME Church.

Before entering the service PFC Mason worked at Nupak Co., Parkesburg (PA), and Chertok's Furniture Store, Coatesville (PA).

Besides his mother, he is survived by a brother, Richard, of Coatesville; seven sisters, Mary, wife of Joe Burns of Coatesville; Margaret, Patricia, Dorothy, Carol, Joan and Denise, all at home and his maternal grandfather, Preston Miller of Atglen.

From a native Philadelphian and Marine,
Jim McIlhenney

08 Jun 2006

The greatest hero ever known.

From an admirer,
Johnathan Ross

25 Jul 2006

To my uncle that I never stop thinking about. I've never seen your face and I never felt your touch, but I feel your love and presence every day. I hear stories of you with mommy and all of your sisters, but I still wish I was able to see you and have stories of my own. You are loved so very much and you are never forgotten.

Love always,
your niece, Sri

26 Apr 2007

You are a hero
Forever in our hearts.

From a friend,


A Note from The Virtual Wall

Bravo Company, 2/8 Cav, lost six men on 7 Feb 1971:
  • 1LT Thomas P. King, Hartsville, SC
  • SSG Brian R. Foley, Clarence, NY
  • SSG Bruce A. Van Dam, Holland, MI
  • SGT Richard S. Kulwicki, Pittsburgh, PA
  • SGT Lewis R. Yates, Kearns, UT
  • CPL Theodore R. Mason, Atglen, PA

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