Charles N. Mohr Jr.

The Guest Book is expired.

Charles N. Mohr Jr.

AGE: 85 • Bridgewater

Charles N. Mohr, Jr., 85, died Friday, February 14, 2014 at Arbor Glen, Bridgewater. Born in Palmerton, Pa. he was the son of Charles and Labelle (Fatzinger) Mohr. Mr. Mohr was a graduate of Palmerton High School and Drexel University, where he was a member of the AF. He was a US Army Veteran serving from 1946 - 1947. He received the WWII Victory Medal and the Army of Occupation Medal Japan.

Mr. Mohr, was a civil engineer, working for the New York Port Authority and was a project manager with Bristol Myers Squibb, retiring in 1990 after 40 years with the company. A true family man, he along with his wife and children, built their log cabin vacation home in the Poconos. He was a very active member of the Presbyterian Church at Bound Brook, serving as a Church Elder, deacon, and a member of the choir, he helped to rebuild the church after it was partially destroyed by a fire in the 1970's. Singing was his passion. He was a member of the Hunterdon Harmonizers, and Hounds for Harmony, Barbershop Chorus, and most recently the Senior Quartet, performing singing Valentines.

Mr. Mohr, was predeceased by his first wife, Claire in 1987. He is survived by his wife, Vera; his sons, Dan (Cindy), Allentown, David (Kim), DE.; his daughters Debbie (Ken) Wells, Greenbrook; and Donna (Larry) Duca, NY; his grandchildren, Kristen, Brandon, Kyle, and Justin and his sister, Marilyn Epperly, Martinsville.

Funeral services will be 9:00 AM Saturday, February 22, at the Presbyterian Church at Bound Brook. Burial will be at Lake Nelson Memorial Park, Piscataway. Visiting will be 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 PM Friday at Hagan-Chamberlain Funeral Home, 225 Mountain Ave. Bound Brook. Memorial donations may be made to The P.O. Box 22718 Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718.

Funeral Home
Hagan-Chamberlain Funeral Home
225 Mountain Ave.
Bound Brook, NJ 08805
(732) 356-0327
Funeral Home Details
Send Flowers
Published in Courier News on Feb. 19, 2014
bullet Army bullet WWII
Please consider a donation, as requested by the family.
Powered By