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Robyn Wysong (née Chodosh)

Robyn Wysong (née Chodosh) passed away at her home in San Clemente, California on September 14, 2016 at age 54.

Robyn is survived by her stepson and daughter-in-law, Andrew and Rachel Wysong; grandchildren Lydia and Zachary Wysong; stepdaughter and son-in-law, Kelly and Danny Campbell; father, Floyd Chodosh; brothers, Ronald and David Chodosh, and many other family members and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Stephen Wysong; mother, Huna Chodosh; and brother, Kenneth Chodosh.

Born in 1962 in Neptune, New Jersey, Robyn moved to South Lake Tahoe in 1988. She worked as a bookkeeper before becoming an Enrolled Agent. Robyn married Stephen Wysong in 1999 and welcomed his children, Andrew and Kelly, into her life. Together they built a loving, joyful home, and worked side-by-side at their accounting practice. Her children remember her as a generous, loving, compassionate person who encouraged them to pursue their goals.

Robyn loved the outdoors and enjoyed camping, boating, and hiking around Lake Tahoe. She was a friend to all animals and was passionate about providing a home for rescued dogs. Robyn was an active member of the Lake Tahoe community and often volunteered her time and money to support causes close to her heart.

A celebration of life is scheduled for Saturday, November 5, 2016 in San Clemente, California. All are welcome to attend. Please email robynscelebrationoflife@gmail.com for details. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in Robyn’s name to Tahoe Youth and Family Services or Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care.


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