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Obituaries for Victoria Christine Hogan, Ella Michelle Masterson, and Mason Cole Masterson

Victoria Christine Hogan 10, of Center, Tx, passed away August 16, 2020 in Center, Tx

 

Funeral service will be held this Saturday August 29th 2pm at the First Baptist Church 117 Cora St. Center, Tx 75935.

 

There will be a private graveside service for immediate family only.

 

Mama’s first baby girl! Oh my sweet baby girl. So many things I can share but I will try to make it brief. First if you knew Victoria was to know that she had a pure heart of gold! She cared so much about others and never wanted anyone left out. She was so kind and open hearted. We’ve always known her heart was too big for Center, Tx. Her pure kind heart was meant to be seen by the world! If you were lucky enough to know her than you know exactly what I am talking about. Victoria was born to perform. She loved being on stage, singing, dancing, teaching anyone dance routines (many we couldn’t keep up with) but man, could she dance! Just as her voice carried with beauty and grace throughout the church, she could also belt out some of her favorite Justin Bieber, Lauren Daigle, Taylor Swift, and many TikTok songs. Some of the things she was very proud of. First, being able to sing her brother to sleep at any time. I mean any time with her calming songs! She loved fixing Ella’s hair, playing mama and baby with Ella and Mase, getting Mason dressed for church, finding new earrings that match her outfits, all of this and much more. She really loved visiting Poppy’s art gallery and painting everything that came into her immense imagination. She also really looked forward to her “special nights” at Meme and Poppy’s house, shopping with Meme, doing stunts with Aunt Chelly in the pool. Any chance she got to be with her Meme she did! She loved putting on makeup, designing clothes, doing back flips on the trampoline, mastering her martial art stretches or kicks, family movie nights, building forts and slime upon slime upon slime! She also loved spending time with her father, going fishing (lipping her own fish), riding the lawn mower and oh her sweet scrunched nose belly laughs! We miss every single second of you my sweet baby! Daddy and I love you always and forever!

Victoria is survived by:

Parents:

Michael and Lauren Masterson of Center, Tx

David Hogan of Nacogdoches, Tx

 

Grandparents:

David and Mary Masterson of Center, Tx

Douglas and Nancy Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

 

Great-Grandparents:

Alice Smith of Sherman, Tx

Michelle Mitchell of Florida

Aunts:

Michelle Masterson “Auntie Chelly” of Dallas, Tx

Megan Mitchell “Aunt Mimi” of Waller, Tx

Rosa Lamas of Magnolia, Tx

Uncles:

Michael Hogan “Uncle Mikey” of Dallas, Tx

Donald Morrison “Uncle Opie”

Zachary Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Douglas Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Chris Jackson

Justen Jackson

Andrew Jackson

Dalton Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Cousins:

Landen Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Drake Mitchell of Cypress, Tx

Ashten Baker

Jaylin Jackson Zayden Morrison Victoria is preceded in death by her grandmother, Evelyn Haris: Great-Grandma Carmen Reina and Papa Frank Reina; Great-Grandfather Big Daddy Dr. SE Smith and cousin Alyssa Jackson and Beckett Spencer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ella Michelle Masterson, 4, of Center, Tx, passed away August 16, 2020 in Center, Tx

 

Funeral service will be held this Saturday August 29th 2pm at the First Baptist Church 117 Cora St. Center, Tx 75935.

 

There will be a private graveside service for immediate family only.

 

Our sweet, fearless, free spirit Ella - it was easy to get lost in her piercing blue eyes and wonder, what exactly is going on in that tiny, sweet head of hers? Well, the answer is likely pickles, dreams of dancing with Jesus, wondering where her little pillow was, what her brother or sister are doing, and what amazing 5th outfit she would put on for the next outfit change of the day. One thing Ella was not a fan of, was brushing her wild, beautiful curly hair unless it was her special brush. No matter how much her mama tried to keep her hair up, she loved to let her crazy hair fly just as her crazy personality shined through her goofy, loving and beautiful soul. When her daddy would ask her, “How much do you love me?”, her answer remained steadfast... “It never stops.” Ella loved her mama with every ounce of her being, and anytime she needed comfort, she found it in her arms. While Aunt Chelly and her were best friends, the truth is Jesus was her best friend. Never has there been a child to talk so deeply about her love for the Lord. Ella was protective over her brother and sister and loved any and every baby she ever met; she would have been the most perfect mommy. Ella loved special nights with Meme, Poppy and Aunt Chelly putting on makeup-up and no matter the day, time or season, you could find her in the hot tub or pool. Her most recent favorite adventure was spider hunting with her Mama, or of course taking pictures with her tongue out and making a “Peace Sign”. She loved her daddy something fierce, their bond was one that surpasses words or explanation. Although tiny, her love came in the biggest package and you could always spot her at church swaying to the music with her eyes closed, hands in the air, and heart full of life, love and faith. We miss you so much my sweet, silly, barefoot baby girl! Daddy and I love you always and forever!

 

Ella is survived by:

Parents:

Michael and Lauren Masterson of Center, Tx

 

 

Grandparents:

David and Mary Masterson of Center, Tx

Douglas and Nancy Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

 

 

Great-Grandparents:

Alice Smith of Sherman, Tx

Michelle Mitchell of Florida

 

Aunts:

Michelle Masterson “Auntie Chelly” of Dallas, Tx

Megan Mitchell “Aunt Mimi” of Waller, Tx

Rosa Lamas of Magnolia, Tx

 

Uncles:

Zachary Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Douglas Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Dalton Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

 

Cousins:

Landen Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Drake Mitchell of Cypress, Tx

 

Ella is preceded in death by her Great-Grandma Carmen Reina and Papa Frank Reina; Great-Grandfather Big Daddy Dr. SE Smith and cousin Beckett Spencer.

 

 

 

                        

 

 

 

 

Mason Cole Masterson, 2, of Center, Tx, passed away August 16, 2020 in Center, Tx

 

Funeral service will be held this Saturday August 29th 2pm at the First Baptist Church 117 Cora St. Center, Tx 75935.

 

There will be a private graveside service for immediate family only.

 

 

Oh Bubby, mama’s sweet sweet Bubby! Our hearts ache as we try to put into words who you are a as a person. You where my baby, my bubby, mama’s boy. While shy, your true personality was brighter than any star. While Mason and Daddy were best buddies, he was a Momma’s boy and loved his cuddles just as much as he loved his pow-pow and truck trail time with daddy. He had the chunkiest feet, the biggest heart, cutest under bite smile, the sweetest bashful face, the smoothest lips, and he never met a meal he didn’t like. If you left a drink around him, you would no longer have a drink. Our little sneaky snake! He loved our family nerf gun wars, riding his trike, or scooting on his sister pink scooter, he loved when the girls would build anything just so that he could knock it down! We called him our little Masonite! He recently became fearless in the pool, jumping in with every splash of water hitting him like another dream achieved. Mason could at times be a conundrum, because while he loved cuddles with Mama and playing with his sisters, he loved motors. I mean ALL motors if he even heard a loud truck passing by it would stop him in his tracks, he just started riding dirt bikes with daddy, he loved everything fast and loud, and he couldn’t wait to pow-pow his first deer with his Daddy. Mason loved fishing and was beginning to bloom into his personality. The sweetest, most gentle soul, that was impossible not to love. Anyone who got the chance to be loved by Mason Cole, was a soul that was touched forever. Oh bubby, my baby boy I wish I could feel you sweet arms holding me again. Daddy and Mommy love you always and forever!

 

Mason is survived by:

Parents:

Michael and Lauren Masterson of Center, Tx

 

 

Grandparents:

David and Mary Masterson of Center, Tx

Douglas and Nancy Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

 

 

Great-Grandparents:

Alice Smith of Sherman, Tx

Michelle Mitchell of Florida

 

Aunts:

Michelle Masterson “Auntie Chelly” of Dallas, Tx

Megan Mitchell “Aunt Mimi” of Waller, Tx

Rosa Lamas of Magnolia, Tx

 

Uncles:

Zachary Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Douglas Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Dalton Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

 

Cousins:

Landen Mitchell of Magnolia, Tx

Drake Mitchell of Cypress, Tx

 

 

Mason is preceded in death by his Great-Grandma Carmen Reina and Papa Frank Reina; Great-Grandfather Big Daddy Dr. SE Smith and cousin Beckett Spencer.