Robert Aaron Munn

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Robert Aaron Munn “Bobby”, age 61 of Columbus, Ohio, passed away on April 3, 2013. Robert was born on June 4, 1951 to the union of Robert and Roberta Munn.
Robert graduated from Rossford High School in 1970 where he played football, ran track and he also attended Barbizon School of Modeling. Later, he enlisted in the United States Army and after fulfilling this commitment went on to serve his beloved country proudly as a U. S. Army Reservist for many years.
Robert worked at the Chrysler Corporation in Toledo, Ohio an d later became employed with the State of Ohio Bureau Of Unemployment in Columbus, Ohio where he worked for 30 years. He retired from State Service in December 2012.
Robert married Priscilla Graham of Columbus, Ohio in 2008 and enjoyed married life immensely. He loved his family tremendously, and worked diligently to always allow his actions to speak louder than words concerning family.
Robert was a devout Christian whose life represented love and service to Kingdom of God. While living in Toledo he was a member f Rossford First Baptist Church and after relocating to Columbus joined New Salem Baptist Church. Subsequently he joined Hilltop Community Center of Seventh-Day Adventist where he continued to serve the Lord faithfully in various capacities, including Deacon, Usher, Media Ministry, Custodial Services and other duties as needed. He was widely known to never turn down an opportunity to serve the Lord.
Robert Munn was preceded in death by his parents, both sets of grandparents and a sister. He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife Priscilla, stepson Titus Thomas, stepdaughter Tasherah Thomas, daughter Kimberly (Brandon) Brown of Augusta, GA, son Robert (Stephanie) Scott of DeSota, TX, three grandchildren, brothers Andre, Joe (Linda) and Herman (Debra) Munn of Toledo, OH, Carl (Judy) of Muskegon, MI, George (Yvonne), of Jacksonville, TX, Eric (Violet) and James Munn of Toledo, OH, sisters Juanita of Minneapolis, MN, Deborah and Belinda(Curtis) Collier, of Toledo, OH, his Hilltop SDA Family, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

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  1. I worked with Robert for over 10 years and got to know him pretty well. He always had a nice christian word to say about every situation(good or bad). He wasn't afraid to share God's goodness to everyone around him. He was always kind, polite, gentle heart and certainly one of God's warriors. We are going to miss him but know he is in a better place. I look forward to the day I see him in heaven and he has that big smile on his face and want to show me around our mansions.

  2. May God Bless and Keep The Family IM VERY SADDENED BOBBY WILL BE GREATLY MISSED MY CONDOLENCES IS NOT ENOUGH TO BE SAID THE LORD IS MY SHEPHARD 23 PSALMS. BOBBY REST IN PEACE.

  3. Vanessa Barner -0wens

    My prayers are with you and your family during the facing of this hour. May God continue to keep his hands of protection your family. sorry that i am Not able yo be there today but i will be in prayer for your family much love to you all. Vanessa J. Barner -0wens

  4. My condolences to Robert's family and my joy that he is now with his Lord and no longer suffering in this world. I met Robert several years ago when he and I joined as founding members of the Patient and Family Advisory Council in the Cancer Services of Riverside Hospital. As a fellow cancer patient and Christ follower, Robert and I quickly became friends, drawn together by our love for our Lord and a desire to serve others. I loved his compassion, humor, and sensitivity to the needs of the other members of the council and his wise insights into ways of developing a cancer center that would meet the needs of those who also were walking this jouney that no one wants to be on. The Bing Cancer Center was finally opened and our dream came true. It looks beautiful, Robert! Many will be served well there. I am so glad our paths got to cross here on earth and I look forward to seeing you in heaven.

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