Delegate Monty Mason (D)

District 93 (includes Williamsburg)

Monty MasonOn November 5, 2013, T. Montgomery "Monty" Mason was elected Delegate of the 93rd District of the Virginia House of Delegates, defeating the incumbent with 52% of the vote. The 93rd District consists of parts of the City of Newport News, James City County and York County and all of the City of Williamsburg. Monty currently serves as a member of the Counties, Cities and Town and Courts of Justice Committees.

Monty is the youngest son of Robert and Daphne Mason of Farmville. Born on September 8, 1967 in Farmville, he lived there until moving to Williamsburg to attend the College of William & Mary, where he received his degree in Government in 1989. Ten years ago, he returned to the area and has been a resident of the Historic Triangle area.

He currently serves as a Senior Director at Visa, Inc., where he focuses on fraud prevention and helping reduce risk for banks and their consumers. Monty works from home, where he balances work and taking care of his daughters. One of his favorite parts of the day is going to the bus stop with his daughter, Taylor Anne.   

Monty has a long history of civic and business involvement in the Historic Triangle community. He brings nearly twenty-five years of experience in business, including working on real estate transactions, title insurance industry and the financial sector.

Prior to being elected in 2013, Monty served as Chairman of the Williamsburg Economic Development Authority. He currently serves on the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance Board, the Historic Triangle Collaborative Economic Diversity Task Force and the development committee of Child Development Resources. 

Monty is an active alumnus at William & Mary, where he currently serves on the Challenge 1 Strategic Planning Committee, and served three years as Chairman of the Athletic Educational Foundation. In 2002, William & Mary awarded him the Young Alumni Service Award.

Monty Mason lives in the Walnut Hills neighborhood of Williamsburg with his wife, Pamela, an Assistant Athletics Director at the College of William & Mary.  They have two daughters Taylor Anne (5) and Hawley (3).