William Mason Obituary, Death Cause – William “Sunny” Mason, who had been involved with the Hainesport Rescue Squad for many years and had volunteered there in the past, passed away not too long ago. He had been a member of the squad for a significant amount of time. The officers and members of the Hainesport Rescue Squad would like to express their deepest sympathies to his family and to all of his close friends on the occasion of his loss.
They are saddened by the news of his passing. Sunny joined the HEMS after gaining experience as a member of the Masonville Rescue Squad for a period of time. During the decade of the 1960s, he was a member of the organization, and during that time he worked his way up to become an invaluable contributor to the group. As a result of the job that he had done, he was eventually recognized for his efforts. Based of his participation in this organization, HEMS decided to offer him a job in the organization.
Soon after he joined the organization, Sunny would rapidly rise through the ranks of the Squad, eventually becoming the EMS Captain in a period of time that was much less than one year from the time he joined. Throughout the first year that Sunny was a member of the group, something like this would take place. It was decided to create this position since its duties are analogous to those of an EMS Chief in a contemporary EMS company.
Catherine Mason and Thomas Mason Jr., both of whom are his grandchildren, are currently working as Emergency Medical Technicians for the Squad. He is the grandfather of both of these individuals (EMTs). In addition, Thomas Mason Jr. is currently serving as the Fire Chief of the neighboring hamlet of Mount Holly, which may be found in the vicinity. Early on, Sunny planted his family’s roots in the business, and to this day, both of Sunny’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren are employed by the company. The history of Sunny’s involvement in the business goes back quite a ways.