In loving memory of

Lucille Kathryn Folsom-Mason
July 24, 1929 - June 6, 2019

Lucille Kathryn Folsom-Mason (nee Doucette) passed peacefully away June 6th, 2019 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She was born July 24, 1929 in Salem Massachusetts, and grew up there. She married Richard H. Folsom in 1949. They had two children together, Cheryl Ann, born in 1950, and Bradley Douglas, born in 1953. They divorced in 1986. She married Terence A. Mason on March 17th, 1997.

She worked for several years as a secretary at General Electric in Lynn, Massachusetts. She then enrolled in college and earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Education. She taught at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts for several years before relocating with her family to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1969. She taught at Hollywood Hills High School, Hollywood, Florida up until her retirement. She was a devoted teacher and loved learning herself, as much as teaching others. Her other passions included travelling, which she did extensively, and reading.

Lucille is preceded in death by siblings Marjorie Nangle, Francis Doucette, and Raymond Doucette, and son, Bradley D. Folsom. She is survived by her husband Terence, daughter Cheryl A. Roche, stepson Ian J. Mason, stepdaughter-in-law Dawn M. Mason, granddaughters Nicolette J. Dalton and Elise I. Roche, grandson Travis H. Roche and several nieces and nephews. There will be a celebration of her life in the fall, date to be determined.


Maureen Dinnen wrote on Jul 2, 2019:

"What a good teacher and faculty colleague she was. I taught at Hills from 1967-1977 and remember her well. Many students are successful today because of her work. "

Wil s wrote on Jun 17, 2019:

"She was a wonderful lady and a loving wife Terry did his best to make her life comfortable until the end May she now rest in peace"

Babs Scott wrote on Jun 16, 2019:

"I remember Lulu always smiling and ready to travel! She will be missed."

MJ Golson wrote on Jun 15, 2019:

"So sorry for your loss Cheryl. So many childhood memories. Terry, so sorry. Loved to chat with you when you were walking the dogs. May you all find peace in the days ahead. MJ"

Laura wrote on Jun 12, 2019:

"So sorry for your loss. I will never forget going to see the WHO (?) with her. She was so spunky. ????????"