Robin Lee Mohun

Robin Lee Mohun

September 11, 1955 - March 5, 2013

Robin Lee Mohun

September 11, 1955 - March 5, 2013


Robin Lee Mohun, age 57, died after a brief illness in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Robin was a musician and an artist. She is survived by a sister, Kim Mohun of Tempe, Arizona and a brother, George Mohun of Hood River, Oregon. Robin also leaves behind her two beloved kitties, Bobo and Opie. No services are planned at this time.

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6 responses to Robin Lee Mohun

  1. Carol Keig says:

    Robin was godmother of my twin sons, Ryan and Doug. My favorite memory of her is from their baptism. When the priest asked, “Do you forswear Satan and all his works?” Robin cracked up. If I can pretend to keep up with a fiddle player on dulcimer, I owe that to Robin. She was the first person to meet my sons at their birth, and she watched them grow into the fine young men they’ve become. She was there the night the raccoons raided our camp and took a bath in the beautiful gumbo she had made. I’ll eat chocolate cake for breakfast in her memory, and seek out the absurd wherever I find myself.

  2. Robin and I were penfriends from about 1965 and we eventually met when I stayed with her and her folks in Sunnyvale in 1978? We met up in Oxford a couple of years later when she was on her European travels! We stayed in occassional contact and I now sincerely regret not calling in when I passed through LAX a couple of years ago. Would appreciate more info from her recent years up to her passing this year. RIP Robin.

  3. I am so saddened to hear of Robin’s passing. I knew her years ago at the Cosby Dulcimer Festival. In addition to being one of the best musicians I’ve known, she was also one of the funniest, sharpest, and kindest people I’ve known! Love to you, Robin!

  4. Linda Branam says:

    I just found out that Robin had passed. We shared a love of books. I worked at a little store and she would come by every once in awhile looking for a can coca cola. I would smile at her when she came in and would be rewarded with one of her smiles. I loved to sit and talk with her outside on the bench of the store. I watched her play her….I can’t remember exactly what she called it. Kinda like a dulcimer. I will miss seeing her in the community.

  5. I will miss you my dear friend. You helped me through good times and bad and we always had a blast together.

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