Former Gleaner columnist, immigration attorney Ronald Mason has died
Former Gleaner columnist and prominent immigration attorney, Ronald Mason, has died.
He was 72.
Mason died from complications associated with colon cancer at his home in St Andrew this morning.
His wife, Rose, says he died peacefully.
She remembered her husband as a loving man who cared about young people.
Mason ceased writing his immigration column in 2017 when he fell ill.
The Wolmer’s Boys’ School alumnus served a stint as head of the Dispute Resolution Foundation.