Elizabeth Blanche Robinson Mohnkern

Elizabeth Blanche Robinson Mohnkern, of Terrell, passed away peacefully on November 23, 2020. Elizabeth was born February 27, 1932 to Jesse H. and Florence B. Robinson in Oil City, Pennsylvania where she lived for many years until the early 1950s. After marrying the love of her life, Leonard Mohnkern, in Oil City, they then moved to Warren, OH, where they began their lives together. She and Len had two beautiful children, Charles and Susan, and in 1968, the family moved to Terrell. Elizabeth began working at E.B. Mott, Co., (Mott’s Five and Dime) where, for over 25 years, every customer was greeted with her bright smile at the cash register or her helpful personality in the aisles. When Elizabeth was not at work, she was a dedicated and devoted mom. She loved spending time with her kids, taking them to any and all activities and being their biggest supporter in all of their endeavors. Elizabeth and Len were faithful members of the Church of the Nazarene, she loved her church and her church family, where they were happy to be involved in the church’s outreach events and making lasting friendships. Elizabeth is preceded in death by her loving husband, Len; her parents, brother, Richard Robinson; half-siblings: Emma Beals, Mrs. Russell Snee, Mrs. John Piatt, Gordon Robinson, W. Ray Robinson, and David N. Robinson. She leaves to cherish her memory to her son, Charles (Chuck) Mohnkern and daughter, Susan Pinson and husband, Ray, all of Terrell; grandson, Michael Pinson and wife Stephanie, of Kyle, TX; granddaughter, Wendy Howe and husband Steve of Crowley, Texas; great grandson, Lucas Pinson of Kyle, Tx, as well as a host of extended family and many friends all of whom will miss Elizabeth but know they will see her again someday. Funeral service for Elizabeth R. Mohnkern will be 1:00 PM Wednesday December 2, 2020 at Max Slayton Funerals and Cremations with interment to follow at Highland Memorial Gardens. Family will receive friends Tuesday December 1 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Max Slayton Funerals and Cremations. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Elizabeth's honor to the Macular Degeneration at www.macular.org/how-donate to continue to search for a cure. Condolences can be may to her family at www.maxslaytonfunerals.com