Antrévyn Dierre Mason-Black

June 2, 1981 - June 26, 2005

Birthplace & Residence

Birthplace:
Washington, DC
Resided In:
Clinton, MD

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Arlington National Cemetary

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Antrévyn Dierre Mason-Black (Tré as he was affectionately called) was a devoted son, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend who was fun-loving, personable, caring and giving. Anyone who had the opportunity to meet him was immediately drawn to him. If you were blessed enough to have him as a friend, you’d never question his loyalty.

Tré had many interests. He participated in several sports activities and enjoyed the fine arts. He was active in Tae Kwon Do, Football, Basketball Wrestling and Track, and dabbled in the fine arts as a member of the Drama Club and played the Saxophone in the band. His love of music led him to pursue his dream of starting a music production company.

His military pursuits started when he joined the JRTOC at Surrattsville High School. Tré continued his military career after graduation, enlisting in the Army as a Military Police Officer where he completed Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. He went on to become a member of the 411th Military Police Company at Fort Hood, Texas, and subsequently earned the rank of Sergeant (one of the youngest to achieve this ranking during his first tour of duty). While serving as a guard at the Ft. Leavenworth Correctional Facility Sgt. Mason-Black was assigned to a peace-keeping mission in Saudi Arabia and later served one year in Iraq. After completing his first tour, he reenlisted and at his request was stationed at Fort Belvoir with the 212th Military Police Detachment.

Tré pursued his dreams and accomplished many things in his lifetime. His memory lives on in those whose lives he touched.

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Anthony Black
Posted on:
September 24, 2022
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