GEORGE J. MOHR, III age 68, beloved husband for nearly 25 years of Lynett (nee Cooke); loving father of Tammy (Brian) Wendl, Dawn (Brian) Kline, George J. (Kristi) Mohr, IV, Heather (Gale) Knight, Mindy (Willie) Haines, and the late Keira Mohr; devoted grandfather of Brian “Goonie” (Kali), Caitlin (Seth), Brandon, Kyle, Harlee, Bradley, Tanner, Xander, Fifi, Layla, and Max; cherished son of the late George J., Jr. and Helen (nee Faulk); dearest brother of the late Keith (Pat) Mohr uncle and great-uncle of many.
George was born on November 11, 1952 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and passed away on June 22, 2021 surrounded by his family. Growing up in Pittsburgh, he graduated from Shaler High School and continued his education to become a mechanical engineer. His career took him from Pittsburgh every day to Perry, Ohio to work at Perry Nuclear Power Plant. He was truly the jack of all trades. He was great at woodworking and fixing everyone’s car and was passionate about his time spent as a firefighter for Montville, OH. On August 17, 1996 he married Lynett and together they enjoyed vacations to Disney, going on cruises, and square dancing. He also liked spending time fishing with the grandchildren at their house, having his toes painted bright colors by his granddaughter, watching the grandchildren Boy/Girl Scout and sporting events. George cooked every holiday meal and was known for always leaving the t.v. on, whether he was watching and rooting for his Pittsburg Steelers or having it on simply for background noise. He was an amazing man. He set the perfect example of how to treat your wife and how to leave a person better than you found them. George was a devoted husband, dad, papa and friend, and for this he will be dearly missed.
Contributions may be made in memory to Burton Volunteer Fire Department. Celebration of Life Service Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 11 AM at THE FUNERAL HOME.
Burial following at All Souls Cemetery.
Family will receive friends to pay tribute to and celebrate the life of George at THE DeJOHN Funeral Home & Crematory of Chardon (formerly Ritondaro) 126 South St. (Rt. 44, south of Rt. 6/Chardon Square) FRIDAY 4-8 PM.
Charity Name: BURTON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
Charity EIN: 237218646
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May the Lord God of all HOPE carry you the rest of your days. May you live each day in the beautiful memories that were made the past 25 years and not the shadow of the sadness this day has brought. May the Lord keep you and bless you and make His face shine upon you. ❤️
I’m so sorry to hear of Georges passing. My prayers and thoughts are with the whole family. R.I.P George
I am so sadden to hear this. Please know that your entire family is in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace and your memories always be close in your hearts.
I am so very sorry. George was an amazing man that I will never forget. Jen and I will keep you all in our prayers. Love you all!
I am so sorry to hear about your loss, he was very nice man.
In the couple years I got to know George, I quickly learned that he was such a loving and caring man! He has touched so many lives that he will live on forever in so many memories. My deepest condolences to the family for their loss! George will be greatly missed. Love you all!
Another angel to watch over all of us. Will be missed by many. RIP George.
DAVE R WORKMAN
George was a great friend. We worked together for many years at Perry. He was always extremely helpful to me if I had a problem and answering my questions. So sorry to hear of his passing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in this time of sorrow. Continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you. Truly sorry for your loss.
George was such a kind & generous man. Always had a smile for everyone & always ready to lend a helping hand. He truly loved his family & spoke of them all the time. Prayers for the family for their loss. RIP George.
So sorry to hear this !! Prayers sent to your family !! God bless you all !!
My thoughts and prayers to George’s family..so sorry to hear of his passing..during my time at the Perry Plant, he always was one of the best. RIP my friend..
Daniel P Gallagher
My prayers are with your family. I worked with George for decades. He will be fondly remembered for his smile and easy going manner. A great person and example for us. RIP George.
My deepest sympathy to you all during this time of grief. George and I worked together at Perry Nuclear Power Plant. George lived near my family back in Pgh (Shaler Twp) and was a good friend then. We then ended up working as team mates in the Rapid Response section at Perry. I know how close you all were and I know George will be watching over you at all times. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I worked with George for many years at Perry and he was a great man. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. With Deepest Sympathy, Karen
I worked with George for many years and especially when the plant was in construction and he was always such a great guy to work with. My thoughts are prayers are with is family. RIP George
George was a wonderful man. We worked on many projects together and he could always make me smile, no matter the situation. I will miss him a great deal and my prayers are with you all right now.
I worked with George for many years at Perry. He was great to work with. I’m so saddened by this.
My deepest sympathy to George’s family. We worked together at Perry for over 25 years. He was a good friend and will be missed by all.
Scott, Damaris and Sophia Mohr
Our deepest sympathies! We are keeping you in our prayers! Sending our love, Scott, Damaris and Sophia
Fred von Ahn
I knew George from Perry. He was a great guy. My thoughts and prayers are with your family for your loss.
My deepest sympathy to George’s family. We worked together at Perry on many projects over the years. He was a good man and a good friend, and will be missed by all.
I am so sorry at the passing of George. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family.
Mindy and family, so sorry for your loss. Praying that God gives y’all the strength for the days ahead. We all know that the day is coming when there will be a great reunion behind the clouds. Oh what a glorious day that’s gonna be..
Lynette, I send my,condolences, George was a kind person .
Sending ,my Prayers of comfort
My deepest sympathy for your loss. I worked with George for many years at Perry, in HVAC and later in Rapid Response, up until the time he retired. Always easy to work with and often would lighten the mood with a joke or quip when we were dealing with issues. He is already missed. Our thoughts and prayer are with you.
Let. Terri Williams retired Thompson F. D.
George was always a great person and was loved by all. I had the privilege of teaching him his EMT class and watching his sorrow when they lost Kiera. I’m glad he had such a great life. His greatest laugh at that time was about Georgie’s shoe size. I’m sorry I didn’t know of his passing until his last call.