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Edward C. Mohn

December 4, 1945January 13, 2021

Edward C. Mohn, 75, of Kenhorst, entered eternal rest on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at Reading Hospital - Tower Health. Born December 4, 1945 in Reading, PA he was a cherished son of the late Marvin and Marian (Brodman) Mohn.

Edward built a career as a supervisor for UGI Corp., retiring after 39 dedicated years. He was also civically involved in his community, and served as Kenhorst Borough Councilman for 30 years. Edward was a hardworking family man who put his heart and soul into every task that he undertook.

Edward enjoyed bowling and fishing but, he will mostly be remembered for his sense of humor, work ethic and his love for animals. His heart of gold, loving spirit and devotion to those he loved will be forever missed.

Edward's spirit will be carried on by his beloved wife of 52 years, Carol (Henry) Mohn; daughter Michelle Dent and 2 grandchildren Kody and Nicole Stambaugh. Edward also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews to cherish his memory.

In addition to his parents, Edward was greeted in heaven by his 5 brothers and 2 sisters.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Edward's memory may be made to Humane Society of Berks County, 1801 N 11th St. Reading or by visiting https://humanepa.org/donations

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.TheoCAuman.com for the Mohn family.

  • FAMILY

  • Marvin Mohn, Father (deceased)
  • Marian (Brodman) Mohn, Mother (deceased)
  • 5, Brothers (deceased)
  • 2, Sisters (deceased)
  • Carol (Henry) Mohn, Wife
  • Michelle Dent, Daughter
  • Kody Stambaugh, Grandson
  • Nicole Stambaugh, Granddaughter
  • Edward also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews to cherish his memory.

Services

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Amy Graves

January 20, 2021

My Favorite
I love you very much as I know you returned that love! You were like my second dad and you have a heart of gold!. We had the best time when we would all pack up and leave for vacation.
You even made me over come my fear of roller coasters! I never pictured my life without you you were after all my favorite. Person in the whole world! There’s nothing you wouldn’t do for you family. I will miss our cookouts! My heart is breaking I never got the chance to say see you later I never say goodby! We will be together again then you can give me hell!
I love you my favorite, uncle Eddie! Just know this hurts me to my core! Gone but never forgotten! I hope you are at peace now!
Love your best niece!

Phyllis Heft

January 20, 2021

RIP Ed. You were my brother— not a brother-in-law. Thanks for all you’ve done for my family. You will be greatly missed by all. So many memories to cherish. You’re at peace now and hopefully will keep looking over us and keeping us straight. I’ll love you always until we see each other again.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY