Mason Nile Wohleb
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our son and grandson Mason on April 23, 2021. Mason was born on September 28, 1994 in Webster, Texas. Our bright star has left us.
At the age of four, Mason discovered his love of sports. He played baseball, basketball, football, soccer, karate, and even took some ice skating and dance classes. He was a natural. He had his first and only broken bone on the football field. He graduated from Dickinson High School in 2013, which was touch and go to the very end. He attended College of the Mainland and Brookhaven College. He had plans to finish his P-Tech Program and was saving his money to return to college with the expectation of beginning a new and prosperous life.
Mason was a dedicated Astros fan. He attended many games with his Pappy and family. It was a rare occurrence to see Mason without his Astros hat, t-shirt, or hoodie. When they won the World Series Championship he was stoked! GO 'STROS!
Mason was instrumental and put so much of his heart into rebuilding the family home in Dickinson after Hurricane Harvey. His helping hands will be felt for many years. Mason's eyes were captivating, his ear to ear smile was irresistible, and that ginger hair! His energy pulled you to him. It didn't take long before you were a part of his life. Mason loved the ladies and the ladies loved him!
Mason, Masey, Mase, Masonator, The Beast, Son, Grandson, Brother, and Best Friend. He was known by many names but no matter what you called him you said it with a full heart. Mason was a kind and gentle soul who would give you the shirt off his back.
Survived by his mother, Kirsten Wohleb; father, Jayson Wohleb; sisters, Fallon Wohleb, Madison Malmberg, Molly-Jo Wohleb, and Ariel Malmberg; brother, Jaden Coffey; grandparents, Bob (his best friend) and Gayann Corbin, Nolan and Barbara Wohleb; and "The Boys" who were Mason's longtime friends and brothers. We love you and we will see you in Heaven!
Family and friends are invited to attend a 2:00 p.m. Visitation followed by a 3:00 p.m. Celebration of Life Memorial Service on Saturday, May 8, 2021 at Carnes Funeral Home located at 3100 Gulf Freeway Texas City, Texas 77951. Following services, a fajita dinner will be served at Bayou Baptist Church and the Village Green Gazebo located at 2823 45th Street Dickinson, Texas 77539. Everyone is welcome to attend.