Roberta “Robin” Ann Cohoon

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January 6, 1961 ~ December 19, 2017

Roberta “Robin” Cohoon, 56, Sioux Falls, died peacefully, in her sleep, Tuesday, December 19, 2017, at her home.

Public visitation with family present will be 5-7pm Friday, December 22, 2017, at Heartland Funeral Home, with a Funeral Service at 7pm.

Roberta Ann Bruder was born January 6, 1961, in Crofton, NE, to Richard and Vivian (Parsons) Bruder. She was raised in and attended St. Rose Catholic School through 8th grade and then graduated high school from Crofton. After school, “Robin” began working in a manufacturing position at Dale’s Electronics in Yankton. She would later move to Florida where she worked in an auto parts store doing inventory and customer service. Robin would eventually move back to Sioux Falls in 2000 when she started working for a Citibank call center before getting hired by the TSA as Sioux Falls Airport Security. Robin was blessed with two children in her life and one granddaughter.

Robin was a book reader and enjoyed her quiet time with a good book. She was a very generous and giving person who loved people and animals including her rescue puppy, Jake and Lucy, her cat. She and Scott also had a pet raccoon named Max. Robin was a traveler and made several trips with Scott back to Florida for vacations.

Robin will be greatly missed by her soulmate, Scott Cohoon; her children, Tim Cohoon, Sioux Falls, and Michelle Nohr, Atlanta, GA; one granddaughter, Skylar; one sister, Linda (Gary) DeBlauw, Crofton, NE; and several extended family members.

Robin was preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Vivian (Parsons) Bruder; one brother-in-law, Michael Cohoon; and one infant sister.

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  • David Kangley says:

    There are those that you work with for the first time and leave you unimpressed…Robin wasn’t one of them. She always left an deep appreciation of her friendship, her humor, her laughter and professionalism…for we never realize the impact she had on our lives…or how seldom someone as wonderful as her comes along. She was a very good co-worker, a better friend and someone I will miss dearly. May it help to know that others care deeply and you can find comfort in the treasured memories of her.

    Until we meet again, Robin my God hold you in the palm of his hand. He is the resurrection and life…whoever believes…shall never die…you shall live in our hearts forever.

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