Advice firm founder and Quilter AR Dean Mason dies from Covid-19

Leaves wife and children behind

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Dean Mason, director and founder of Masons Financial Planning, part of the Quilter network, has died after contracting coronavirus.

Mason lost his life to coronavirus on Friday (3 April), causing an outpouring of grief from the mortgage and protection sectors. Aged 51, Dean left behind a widow and a young family and would have celebrated his birthday over the weekend. A mortgage and protection adviser, Mason started out at Nationwide in the 90s as a mortgage adviser before moving to LifeSearch in 2003. He set up his own firm Masons Financial Planning in 2009. Quilter Financial Planning managing director Gemma Harle said: "Everyone at Quilter Financial Planning is saddened to learn this terrible news. Our thought...

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