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Mark Andrew Robohm passed away at his home at 11:11pm on Thursday, February 27, 2020. He was born on a beautiful summer day in Englewood, Colorado on July 25, 1970. A day that changed his family forever, for the better. He was the first son and last child born into this family of 3 daughters.

From the start, Mark loved sports. He excelled at soccer and baseball as a child. He took his love of baseball to play for West Plains High School, in West Plains, Missouri, his Freshman and Sophomore years. Then took his talent to Metro Christian Academy, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he was a standout Catcher on the baseball team his Junior and Senior year. Mark graduated from Metro Christian Academy in 1988. Go Metro Patriots!

After high school Mark attended Baylor University, where as a Freshman he was redshirted on the Baylor Bears baseball team. During this period, he injured his shoulder and was no longer able to play baseball. But this did not stop Mark from fully embracing his college experience. He was a proud member of the Kappa Alpha Order. Two things he truly loved: his Baylor Bears and the Kappa Alpha Order.

Mark graduated from Baylor University in 1992. He went on to a successful career with Price Waterhouse Coopers in Dallas, Texas. In 2000, Mark switched IT jobs to Marubeni-Itochu Tubulars America in Houston, Texas where he had a successful IT career for over 15 years.

Mark enjoyed all sports, especially his Baylor Bears. Mark loved the outdoors and loved to hunt, fish, and garden. Mark loved animals, rescued dogs, and always had a dog, or two, or three. He was a great cook, who loved to cook anything spicy. Mark was intelligent, successful, talented, had a quick wit, and was an incredible athlete. Mark had a huge heart and when he loved, he loved deeply with his whole heart. Mark was an extremely loyal and true friend, just ask any of Mark’s friends. He will be missed by so many from Houston to Seattle and all parts in between. To those who knew him, he made your day, everyday a little brighter.

Mark Andrew Robohm is survived by his parents, K. and Avis Robohm of West Plains, MO; sister, Julie Miller and her 3 children of Bailey, Colorado; sister, Kristin Boggs and Michael Boggs and her 3 children of Pine, Colorado; sister, Susan Thomas and William Thomas and her 2 children of Plano, Texas; and Charlie. He is preceded in death by both sets of Grandparents, Clover, and Max.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations in tribute/memory of Mark Andrew Robohm to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at donate.lls.org or the ASPCA at aspca.org.

Memorial services will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. at Carter Funeral Home Chapel in West Plains.

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  1. Susan Thomas
    March 5, 2020 @ 9:46 pm

    I still can’t believe that you are gone. I will miss you every day. Though my sorrow is deep, I try to find comfort knowing that you are in God’s hands now and no longer in pain.

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