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Mason & Abi Naffziger
Mason & Abi
Naffziger
715.277.2587 x 1011
masonnaffziger@fortwilderness.com

Mason: Adult & Family Program Coordinator

Before joining missionary staff, Mason began on Contract Staff (now called Apprentice Staff) in 2019. Mason and Abi both worked for years at another camp, where their relationship blossomed. They were married in 2016 and now have three children: Callahan, Boone, and Wallace. Abi works on the local Reservation as an eighth-grade math teacherMason oversees the Climbing Tower, Waterfront, and Winter Fun.  

Fast Facts

Mason is a big sportsman and enjoys adventures, coaching wrestling, playing Disc Golf, and spending time with his family in the outdoors.   

Fort Firsts

Callahan and Boone went down the Tube Hill for the first time (with Dad of course). They loved how fast and far they went, and the fact that they didn’t have to carry the tube back up the hill. 

 

What passage of scripture is meaningful to your family? 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” Just a good reminder to be grateful for what God has blessed us with. 

What is your favorite Fort memory? Mason’s favorite memory has to be when He runs a training exercise every year with his summer staff. He drives the pontoon out to the middle of the lake playing it up to look like a normal pontoon ride. He then tells them that they must jump out and pull the pontoon back to shore. The faces of summer staff when he tells them this is priceless! It helps build community and is often a highlight of summer! 

If you were a kitchen utensil, what would you be and why? Mason: I would be a cast iron pan because I just get better with age.  

Sending Church: The Naffzigers are sent missionaries from Faith Evangelical Free Church in Woodruff, WI where they have been connected since 2016.