Paul Gilbert Mohn aka Stormy died at his home in Lampa Hollow on March 26, 2022. Paul was born March 30,1945 in Riverside, California to Russell Rogers and Lois Mary (Stevens) Mohn who predeceased him. He was raised in Pasadena, California.
He enjoyed hiking with his dad and they summitted the Matterhorn together. Paul enjoyed skiing and swimming and moved to Aspen, Colorado where he was the lifeguard host at the Hotel Jerome pool. He started a security business and knit Stormy ski hats. The hats had long tails and could be useful lowering oneself from a stalled ski lift. Stormy was active in the Libertarian party and ran for the U. S. Senate.
Paul and his beloved partner, Carolyn Phelps, moved to property between Bandon and Myrtle Point where they did organic gardening and raised goats. Paul had a hauling and demolition business. He was a master storyteller, both written and verbal. He took pleasure in fine tuning his essays. He wrote under the name of Stormy Mon. Single red roses were special to his family, and he delighted in delivering red roses to his neighbors.
Paul is survived by his sister Karen “Kari” Mohn of Kenai, Alaska and his two nephews and their families F. Paul Hanson of Anchorage, Alaska and Duke W.K. Hanson of Boulder, Colorado.
Paul chose to be cremated and wanted his ashes scattered in the garden.
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