Mast, Tamara M.


Tamara Mast of Garland, Texas passed away on Friday, July 29, 2011 at her home in Garland at the age of 52. Please sign the guest book and/or send private condolences to the family on this website.

12 replies on “Mast, Tamara M.”

Troy and Peggy Kuykendall says:

Dear Bob
We would like to express our deepest sympathy. Tamara was such an exceptional person. We will always remember her as the loving and giving friend. No one could light up a room as she did. We will miss her if only for a short time, then we will get to see her bright smile once again. We can’t even imagine the pain you are feeling. Only that part of you is missing. Bob you are in our thoughts and Prayers. We only hope it won’t be long before all the pain and suffering of this world will be gone. And we will once again get to see all our dear loved ones again. May Jehovah comfort you during this time. Love your Brother and sister. Troy and Peggy Kuykendall

Angela Lucero says:

Bob, I am so saddened with the loss of such a dear friend. You will never know what she meant to me.

You’re in my prayers.


Johanna Bopp says:

To Brother Mast and family, I want to express my deepest condolences over the loss of Tamara. She was one of the dearest people I’ve had the pleasure of calling a friend and I was very saddened to hear of her passing. You are in my thoughts as much as her words and beautiful example will always be a part of me.

Loyal & Marile Jessey says:

What a sad time to hear of the loss of dear Tamara. She was so beautiful inside and out. Even though you both served our congregation quite awhile ago, we have not and will not forget Bob & Tamara. We look forward to seeing all of the ones we miss in the near future. Our love and condolences to you dear brother. Loyal & Marile

Dortha Potter says:

I just want to tell you that I am Dortha Potter from Waxahachie, Texas I didn’t have the priviledge of knowing Tamara, but my son and family of Kilgore, Michael, Sharon and Justin Potter and especially Laura and Landon Miller were also fond of her that I felt I knew her. My thoughts are with all her family and friends. Dortha

Betty Caudill says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Baez Family says:

Dear Brother Mast,
We are so very sorry for the painful and devastating loss that you are enduring at this time. Sister Mast served as a beautiful example for many of us.

Sonya Lopez says:

Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Tamara will be deeply missed. Hold fast to the wonderful hope Jehovah gives us, knowing that soon “He Will Call” and all the tears and pain will be a far gone memory.

Richard Weant says:

Tamaras work for the Religious Programs Section of the Dallas County Jail System will not go unnoticed. She touched the life of the prisoners she studied with. She will be missed.

Bryan Avila says:

I am so sorry for the loss of Tamara. She and her husband Bob were a big encouragement to me in Kermit. I pray for Jehovah’s powerful holy spirit to continue to support her husband and family.

Marc says:

while you all sit here and “remember” a “sister” I wonder if any of you really knew her for her, or just her as a church member. what was she like ? who was she other than a weirdo like the rest of you? let the bitch rest in peac and you all go on talking about seeing her soon in your fantasy land.

Clarence Welch says:

I dont know who you are marc or where you get off calling my sister a horible name. You dont know Tamara…..Oh but I do and she the most loving caring pearson that was a good wife always with sincere smile and hat. She copied Jesus example and she would forgive you.I dont know what fantacy land your talking about but Tamara will be here on a paradise earth. I hope your there to so you can get to truly know her and say your sorry.YES TAMARA IS ALL OF OUR FAMILY AND YOU DONT MESS WITH FAMILY. i hope u become one of our family.YES AND I DONT YOU… I KNOW BOB AND TAMARA AND I LOVE THEM..

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