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David Edward Mohn

April 30, 1963April 5, 2018
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David E. Mohn, 54, of Greensboro, NC passed away on April 5, 2018 after an extended illness.

David Mohn was the son of Mrs. Margaret L. Mohn and the late Paul V. Mohn Sr. of Palm Coast, Florida. Is predeceased by former wife and eternal soul mate, Teresa Strain Mohn of Ojai, CA. and Jonathon Graham. .

Born in Flushing, New York and raised in Stony Brook, NY. A 1981 Graduate of Ward Melville High School, NY. He served in the US Navy and had been employed with TIMCO Services in Greensboro, NC. He was an avid sports fan, especially for the Mets and Giants.

Surviving are two daughters. Kendra Fulp and husband Samuel Ray Fulp II, and Adria Mohn; granddaughter Teresa Elizabeth Fulp “Ryssa” , all of Greensboro, NC. Also surviving are three brothers; Paul V Mohn, Jr. (Susan) Michael J. Mohn. Larry J. Mohn (Michelle). Two sisters, Peggy (Tom) Graham and Mary (Wayne) Brantley, and numerous nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed by all his family and friends. David loved to spend his time listening to talk radio, watching sports, and reading. He cherished time he spent with his granddaughter, reading to her and walks in the park. She was the sparkle in his eyes. Family was his everything.

Funeral Services to celebrate his life will be held on April 16, 2018 @ 2:00pm at the Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home, 6000 W. Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, NC. 27407. The family will receive friends and host a reception afterwards.

Donations can be made to Catholic Charities, www.catholiccharitiesusa.org

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Ronny Greene

April 16, 2018

I have only known David for 6 months,during that time I witnessed an interesting transformation.The 1st few encounters you could say that he wasn't always very friendly to me,however we began to talk about the Lord&how God offers hope & change,he appeared to have been reading his Bible regularly.I know what you are thinking, but the talks wasn't necessarily bout David but how he had wanted to help his granddaughter,Ryssa.He was thinking clearly&stated that he,himself had to stand up for his granddaughter and create a secure future for Ryssa,a constant&stable environment which would provide her a real childhood,a wholesome environment not tainted with harmful influences, &provide her an opportunity for attending school without excessive absences.David spoke with honor&courage&determination, then I saw a man not just of words but of action, a strong handsome man with his hair finely combed and beard brushed heading out on his way to talk with those who could help him with this mission.David never shared why he was so concerned about his granddaughter's welfare, but he wanted to be proactive&insure that his granddaughter would never again have to live in what he considered a dangerous environment nor live where she might one day be placed into what he called "compromising situations"He wanted Ryssa to have the best chance in life without having to face unnecessary obstacles or hardships, he just wanted her to have the chance to be a normal happy kid. David had decided that he wanted to be the best Grandfather which God would enable him to be, I don't know but the way David talked it kind of sounded as though he felt he had failed his family in the past & had regrets, David wanted change and said that he was going to be a better man & live a better life,God & Ryssa was his inspiration. I hope Ryssa knows the love that both her Grandfather David & his God has for her. I will miss you my new friend, your landlord Ron Greene (Wait. you have a new Land Lord now, how awesome

Peggy Graham

April 16, 2018

Sweet little brother, it saddens me that you are gone from this earth. You were so loved by me and your parents and siblings. We will all miss you and continue prayers for you. Please know that your family is so loved too. Please watch over us and one day we will be joined together again. Give Dad a hug from us. Love you big sister Peg❤️😘

Leslie Atkinson

April 13, 2018

I had the privilege to be David’s friend for 22 years and wife for a time. Although we parted, we stayed good friends because, as David told me recently – good friends are hard to come by. We loved a lifetime’s worth. He knew me better than anyone - and loved me - flaws and all, as I loved him. That was his way. We talked often over the years; every couple weeks recently. He was the love of my life. A decent and kindhearted person, David loved life and we loved life together- taking trips, spending time with his girls, watching football, and, of course, barbecuing 😉. David never found food he couldn’t grill. How much did he love his NY Giants? Well…guess where we went for our honeymoon. A Giants game. We had many adventures together- and I cherish every one of them. We experienced tornadoes in Kansas and a hurricane in Florida. Recently, he loved going to the library and spent time reading, watching movies, and spending time with his granddaughter, who was the apple of his eye. He loved his family, friends, and his daughters with his whole heart. And that’s a lot of love. He never met a stranger and was quick to laugh, no matter the situation. He knew love and joy and when he walked into a room, he filled it with his presence. He was a true romantic and sentimental beyond reason. He was always determined to make tomorrow better than today and never gave up on anything. Most importantly, David was a loving man who taught others to love, including me, and I’m a better person for having known him, loved him, and been loved by him. There aren’t enough words to tell the story of a man I knew and loved for 22 years. I’m so fortunate to have known him and can’t imagine having lived my life without him in it.

David was one of the best people I’ve ever known or will ever know. Rest in peace, my beautiful friend. I love you, David, and will love you my entire life.

Scott Rowlands

April 12, 2018

Dave and I worked together years ago for Camex Industries in Camarillo CA.
At the time we both had families that we struggled to support. We golfed together, laughed together, and shared our stories of growing up back east. He was a good man who will be missed.RIP my friend,
Scott

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Biography

David E. Mohn, 54, of Greensboro, NC passed away on April 5, 2018 after an extended illness.

David Mohn was the son of Mrs. Margaret L. Mohn and the late Paul V. Mohn Sr. of Palm Coast, Florida. Is predeceased by former wife and eternal soul mate, Teresa Strain Mohn of Ojai, CA. and Jonathon Graham.

Born in Flushing, New York and raised in Stony Brook, NY. A 1981 Graduate of Ward Melville High School, NY. He served in the US Navy and had been employed with TIMCO Services in Greensboro, NC. He was an avid sports fan, especially for the Mets and Giants.

Surviving are two daughters. Kendra Fulp and husband Samuel Ray Fulp II, and Adria Mohn; granddaughter Teresa Elizabeth Fulp “Ryssa” , all of Greensboro, NC. Also surviving are three brothers; Paul V Mohn, Jr. (Susan) Michael J. Mohn. Larry J. Mohn (Michelle). Two sisters, Peggy (Tom) Graham and Mary (Wayne) Brantley, and numerous nieces and nephews.
He will be greatly missed by all his family and friends. David loved to spend his time listening to talk radio, watching sports, and reading. He cherished time he spent with his granddaughter, reading to her and walks in the park. She was the sparkle in his eyes. Family was his everything.

Funeral Services to celebrate his life will be held on April 16, 2018 @ 2:00pm at the Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home, 6000 W. Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, NC. 27407. The family will receive friends and host a reception afterwards.

Donations can be made to Catholic Charities, www.catholiccharitiesusa.org