Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN
320-679-1933

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320-396-2121

Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121

ROBIN W. REED

AKKERMAN INGEBRAND FUNERAL HOME – MORA

Robin Reed, of Mora, passed away on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at his home.  He was 65 years old.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.

Robin W Reed, of Mora, Minnesota, passed away on April 8th, 2020 at his home in Mora surrounded by his family. He was 65 years old when he passed.

Robin was born on June 22nd, 1954 in St. Paul, Minnesota to Carol Ristau and Wayne Reed. Robin was the oldest of 4 children. He spent most of his childhood riding horses and building cars with his dad.

He later went on to meet Terrie Reed at Stillwater High School. They were married in 1971 and went on to have 3 children, Raymond, Rachel, and Katie. He was an auto mechanic for about 20 years. He later went to work at Twin City Diecast as a tool maker. He retired from Twin City Diecast in 2019. Robin was very family oriented throughout his life. He loved to spend time with his family at the racetrack, watching football together, riding his Harley Davidson, and many other activities. He loved his family more than anything, including his dog Harley.

He is preceded by Carol and Howard Ristau, Lorenzo and Beverly Christenson, and many other friends.

Robin is survived by his wife of 48 years, Terrie; his children Raymond Reed (Angelina Basset), Rachel Reed (Jeremey Wiberg), Katie Reed (Dan Voss); his father Wayne Reed; siblings, Robert Reed (Paula Reed) of Blaine, Brian Reed (Beth Torrez) of Oakdale, Susan Reed of Maplewood, Jess Christenson (Leslie Christenson), Carl Christenson; grandchildren Chad Reed (Bri Fore), Desiree Fore (Dom Fore), Arianna Reed, Lauren Reed, Courteney Reed, Aaron Reed-Iler, Jeffery Lilienthal, Austin Voss, Parker Voss, and 7 great grandchildren all of mora; many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

 

8 thoughts on “ROBIN W. REED”

  1. Sending my prayers that the family feels the enveloping arms and comfort of God, and that your joyful memories and love for Robin help you navigate through this difficult season of loss.

  2. Dear family, sending our sincere sympathy to you Katie & Lauren and your family.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.

  3. Dear brother,
    You always said I’m not here for a long time, I’m here for a good time. A good time I know you had. From the time I remember when I was 5 and you were 8 until just recently. We laughed we sang and loved one another and our families. When you moved to Mora 30 years ago I was so mad. How could you. Didn’t matter you were always there for me. So as we wait til we can celebrate the great, compasionate, and always a great friend and brother, I think I’ll mosey on over and put another log on the fire.
    I love you brother.
    Bob and Paula.

  4. Although I have not lived in MN since 1979, I remember growing up with all my cousins there and am saddened at Robin’s passing. Please know your family in the Pacific Northwest are thinking of you.

  5. I worked with Rob for many years. We rode our motorcycles home together. We would talk at work and on the phone, and share stories of our life. some times we would get each other laughing so hard our sides would hurt. he use to say to me, (your really something my friend) and i would say (I learned it from you Rob) and we would laugh some more. I called him Double R, and he would smile and say, how are you doing my friend, i will miss that because that is exactly what i was, His Friend. and he never let you forget. I Was in Az for the winter and about 2 months ago i sent him a text that simply said Double R, within a minute my phone rang. It was Rob and we talked for over an hour and made plans to get together when i returned. I will think of Rob often. He and I use to share a special bond i wont forget.

  6. I would like to send all of you my deepest condolences. Rob and my dad (Pat) worked together which is how I meet him. He was a great friend to my dad and I always liked to hear about how the racing was going with his grandkids. When I would stop in at Twin City he would always tell me about his family. I hope all of his family takes comfort in knowing how much you meant to him. I hope Rob and my dad enjoy a beer or two catching up. God bless your family at this time.

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