Fredric G. Mohn
January 05, 1942 ‒ February 19, 2016
Mount Vernon, Ohio
Fredric G. “Fred” Mohn, age 74, of Mount Vernon, died Friday February 19, 2016 at his residence surrounded by his family. Fred was born January 5, 1942 in Shelby, Ohio to Reno and Florence (Cramer) Mohn. They moved to Mount Vernon in 1951 and Fred graduated from Mount Vernon High School with the class of 1960. He was employed 25 years as upkeep man for Chattanooga Glass Company in Mount Vernon, was employed at Byers Truck in Columbus and then in transportation for Mount Vernon Packaging Company. In recent year Fred worked for Blubaugh Body and Frame in Mount Vernon in parts procurement. Fred loved Chevrolets! His current pride and joy was his 1955 Chevy 210 station wagon which was completely restored and Fred and Janet traveled Ohio and surrounding states to participate in car shows and drive-in’s. Fred was an original member of Pacemaker Drag Strip in Mount Vernon and had been a member of Mount Zion Masonic Lodge #9 Free and Accepted Masons.
Surviving are his wife Janet (McVey) Mohn whom he married in 1963; his daughter Kimberly (Ron) Preston, grandchildren Garrett (Ke-Yanna Blanchard) Davis, Kaitlyn E. Preston, Lauren H. Preston and Michaela R. Preston; and great grandchildren Mackenzie Wyatt and Trenton Davis. Besides his parents, Fred was preceded in death by his son Todd Mohn and a son-in-law Brent Davis.
The family will receive friends on Saturday February 27, 2016 from 10:30 AM until noon at Colonial City Baptist Church (The Church at Chapel Hill) where a service honoring the life of Fred Mohn will follow at noon.
Private burial will be in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens beside his son Todd.
Memorial contributions can be made to Colonial City Baptist Church, 7530 Johnstown Road, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050 or Kindred at Home-Hospice, 2800 Corporate Exchange Drive, Suite 140; Columbus, Ohio 43231.
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The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is honored to have been chosen to serve the family of Fredric G. “Fred” Mohn.