From Gregg Drinnan's Taking Note:
"Dale Masson, who played goal for five WHL seasons, died Saturday while taking part in the Kananaskis 100-kilometre relay. He was 36.Financial contributions may be made to assist with the well-being of Masson's young family. Donations may be sent directly to:
Masson played for the Kamloops Blazers and Victoria Cougars (1989-94) before going on to play five years with the U of Alberta Golden Bears in Edmonton, the last four as the starter. He finished his CIS career with a national championship as the Golden Bears won it all in Saskatoon.
"He ended up studying law at the U of Alberta. He graduated in 2004 and was working for Burnet, Duckworth and Palmer in Calgary at the time of his death.
"Masson is survived by his wife, Tanya, and two sons – Wyatt, 2, and Sam, two months.
"Funeral arrangements will be finalized later in the week but the tentative plan is for a service to be held Friday afternoon in Calgary."
Burnet, Duckworth and Palmer LLPCheques should be made payable to Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP, in trust for the Masson Family Trust.
1400, 350 - 7 Avenue, S.W.,
Calgary, AB T
2P 3N9 ,
Attn. Wayne Weger.
Masson remembered as quiet with a sense of humour (Mark Hunter, Kamloops Daily News)