John S. Mohr

May 8, 1958 - December 22, 2016
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John S. Mohr, 58 of Seymour, Indiana, passed away peacefully at his home on December 22, 2016. He was born May 8th, 1958, in Manhattan, New York, the son of Robert and Jane Mohr. He was blessed with two beautiful daughters, Jessica and Sarah. He married Julia Noblitt Mohr on May 30, 2003, at Peter’sContinue Reading

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Chuck Thomes left a message on May 16, 2017:
This is joyous time of the year and a very sad time. Such a great privilege to have known John and have him as a friend. We shared many interest and being able to converse with him on multiple subjects and levels was a joy. His daily nature was one of peace and knowing where he was at all times. His family will miss him, his friends will miss him, and I shall miss him. The world is shy one more beautiful, caring and brilliant human being. Our prayers are with his family. Shalom John Mohr, shalom.
Hal Bossingham left a message on May 16, 2017:
I don't think I have known too many people as humble and kind as John. As a member of the Columbus Area Railroad Club he was always willing to do his part in helping get our message across. I was lucky to spend our last open house with John running trains and talking to the people who came to visit the club that day. We had discussed the next project on the O gauge layout and he was ready to get started. We were going to iron out the details thursday night. He had texted me earlier that morning wanting to know when I could be there to get started. The lord took him home instead to be with him. It was a shock to say the least when I got the call from Julie. I still find it hard to believe he has gone to be with God. He is in a better place now, completely at peace with our lord Jesus Christ. I pray that God will be with Julie, Jessica, Sarah and the rest of his family and friends in this time of loss. I pray that the void of his presence will be filled with God and his love. It will be hard to deal with at times but we must remember where he is at and that if we have the faith, that I know John did, we will see him again when it's our time to be with our Lord Jesus Christ. John is not dead but lives on, only the earthy shell is left. Another step in life. He has been birthed back to his true self. I had not known John but a few years but I will miss him dearly. He was a great guy to know and a good friend as well. Goodbye John, until then when the Lord calls me too. Hal Bossingham
Scott left a message on May 16, 2017:
John was such and great man, It was an honor and pleasure to work with him at IUPUI. I shared a cubical wall with him and never once did i see him upset. It always amazed me what a kind sole John was. You will be missed.
John Connell left a message on May 16, 2017:
I've been missing him ever since I got the word on Friday. For many years he was crew on my sailboat for races on Lake Monroe. He sailed with me on the last race of 2016 and I believe that may have been the last he sailed as his boats were both on the hard by then. We always had great discussions and I remember a lot of stories about his trip out to Washington just a month or so before. Speaking of stories he always had a few to tell and I always enjoyed them. Will always remember him calling me "skipper". He was a very good sailor himself so I was honored to be called that. After he died I noticed he had posted on my facebook page "Happy Birthday" 2 days before. I really miss him.
Steve Stringer left a message on May 16, 2017:
I worked with John at IUPUI. John was truly passionate and intense about his work, He was a wonderful story teller as he shared his life away from work and his interest in sailing, model trains, and travels to Washington State. His passing leaves me saddened but with good memories. My prayers are with his family. -Steve Stringer
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marcia left a message on May 16, 2017:
Julie so sorry to hear about John, He was a wonderful guy to be around! He taught us so much and was always there to lend a hand. Julie I can only image what you are going through. He was and is beautiful! Prayers, Marcia and Dave
Matt McCormack left a message on May 16, 2017:
John was a kind and gentle man. Thoughts and prayers for the family.
Jodi Lewis Becker left a message on May 16, 2017:
I thought the world of John, working with him through emails and phone calls. He was one of the most likeable people I'd ever known. My condolences to his family and friends.
Voss & Sons Funeral & Cremation Services left a message:
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