Theodore J Mohr

Theodore J. Mohr, born in Clark County, MO, passed away on January 12, 2012 at his home in College Station, TX. “Ted”, a product of the one room elementary school era, graduated from Kahoka High School and Central Methodist College. He was employed by Moore Business Forms for forty years, serving in numerous positions in financial management concluded by eleven years as Group Product Controller.

In 1954, he was married to Neva Clark in Kahoka, MO. They have been married fifty-seven years and are the parents of three daughters, Patti, Michelle, and Cheryl. The family lived in numerous places, all in the Midwest. Upon his retirement in 1994, Ted and Neva moved to College Station to be near Patti and their three grandchildren. Michelle and Cheryl subsequently followed and have added four additional grandchildren.

As a believer in Jesus Christ, Ted served in leadership capacities in all churches he attended. As a member of Grace Bible Church, he was a Deacon for several terms. He and Neva led the Grace ministry to widows and widowers for fifteen years. He served as Treasurer of several non-profit organizations and served three terms as Director of Stonebridge Homeowners’ Association and finally served as President.

Surviving are his three daughters: Patricia Carr and husband Nello; Michelle Steedly and husband Ron; and Cheryl Murski and husband Jeff, all of Bryan/College Station, as well as seven grandchildren. Also surviving are brothers Eugene Mohr of Kahoka, MO; Gale Mohr and wife Mary of Manchester, MO; a sister Marilyn Cannon and husband Mark of Elmhurst, IL; as well as a brother-in-law Kenneth Clark and wife Margaret of Quincy, IL.

A Memorial Service will begin at 10:30 a.m. at Grace Bible Church, Monday, January 16th, 2012. Internment is in College Station Cemetery.


  1. Neva and family;
    Gale call me last night to tell me about Ted.
    I remember enjoying seeing you all when you were passing thru Wichita when I still lived up there. My, how time passes.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    God Bless.


  3. Dear Mohr Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I work with Michelle and she always spoke so highly of her father. I know his passing will leave a sorrow in your heart and a pain as you go about your daily lives. I hope memories of his love and devotion to his family as well as his individual gift of life that each of you experienced in a different way will be a comfort to you in the days ahead. He was obviously a man of great faith and you can take comfort in the fact that you can see him again. Prayers for all of you that the Lord’s peace will be with you and be a great balm to your sorrow.

  4. Ted….I miss you and love you. Thank you for helping me draw closer to Christ. Thank you for always calling first and making time for all of us.


  5. It is with great sadness that I send this message to the family of Ted Mohr and especially to my dear friend Michelle. Please accept my heartfelt condolences and know that I will be praying for Ted and your family during this time of sadness.

    God bless you and keep you always.


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