Bio: Mohr, Kent - Recognized for Contributions (USO - 2014)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Mohr

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/11/2014

Mohr Recognized for Contributions (USO - 2014)

Kent Mohr

Accountability, efficiency and structure are three cornerstones of every military operation, and now they are at USO Grafenwoehr as well, due to the efforts of USO volunteer Kent Mohr, a former Neillsville resident.

Since Mohr began volunteering at USO Grafenwoehr in November 2013, he has logged more than 500 hours. Mohr is a quintessential member of the USO team, taking the initiative to help establish new procedures for inventory and supplies, center programs and volunteer shift checklists.

Mohr’s performance and dedication to teamwork have fostered a sense of community among the staff, volunteers and troops at the USO.

“Mr. Mohr is one of the reasons for all the kudos, compliments, smiles and thanks for the changes implemented at USO Grafenwoehr,” said Jean Felix Astride, USO Grafenwoehr Operations Manager. “He took the lead in creating, suggesting and innovating many of those changes, and the positive state of our center is partly due to his leadership and collaboration with our staff and other volunteers in our drive for excellence.”

Mohr held the first poker tournament at USO Grafenwoehr. It is now a monthly event that more than 250 troops, turned poker masters, have played.

Mohr’s unwavering commitment to the USO mission earned him the title of the very first USO Volunteer Team Lead at USO Grafenwoehr, a title that Mohr proudly lives up to every day.

Mohr lives in Wiesbaden, Germany, with his wife Petra and daughter Johanna. He is the son of David and Sharon Mohr of Neillsville.



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