Pat Mason Beattie, center, shares a story with colleagues at a National Industries for the Blind conference in 2007.
Patricia Mason Beattie at a public policy forum presented by National Industries for the Blind and National Association for the Employment of People Who Are Blind in 2006.
Pat Beattie, at NIB confab in 2007.
Pat Mason, 1956 Elyria High School graduate.
Pat Beattie, center, speaks at a public policy forum.
Pat Beattie, second from left in back row, and here extended family,
Pat Beattie and her grandchildren, Isaac and Phyliss Weeks.
Four eldest Mason sisters: Mary Lee Pankoff, Janice Stanko, Judy Bell and Pat Beattie.
Four eldest Mason sisters, circa 1950.
The Mason sisters in 1996: Mary Lee Pankoff, Janice Stanko, Judy Bell, Valerie Mason and Pat Beattie.
Pat Beattie, right, and a young friend at holiday party in 2006.
Pat Beattie, center, with the Weeks family: Left, Pat's daughter Kirsten, and granddaughter, Phyllis; Right, Pat's son-in-law, Glenn, and grandson, Isaac.
Pat Mason, back row, far left, attended Allen School on Abbe Road at Poplar Street, Elyria, in the 1940s.
Patricia Mason Beattie, 1996.
Mason girls, 1942.
Mason girls, clockwise from left: Judy, Pat, Janice and Mary Lee on chair.
Pat and Judy Mason in the late 1930s.
Herbert Karl Mason and daughters, Pat and Judy, at the Eternal Light Peace Memorial at Gettysburg, Pa., in 1939.
Mason sisters: Mary Lee, Janic, Judy and Pat.
Mason sisters - Pat, Judy, Janice and Mary Lee - on the steps of their home at 127 Bellfield Ave., Elyria, i the early 1940s.
Phyllis Mason and daughters, Pat and Judy, at the Eternal Light Peace Memorial at Gettysburg, Pa., in 1939.
The Mason family: back row, Phyllis and Herbert Karl; front row, Mary Lee, Janice, Judy and Pat.