Clarence L. Mohr
January 23, 1932 – December 19, 2020
Clarence L Mohr, 88, was born January 23, 1932 in Papillion Nebraska and died December 19, 2020 at Bergen Mercy Hospital. Preceded in death by infant son; and daughter, Debbie Trautman. Mother and father Jacob and Anna Mohr, brother Ralph Mohr, sisters Hazel Bochnicek (Henry Bochnicek), Opal Taylor (Eldon Taylor). Survived by wife, Peggy Mohr; daughter, Lynette Corbin (Steve); son, Jerry Mohr; son-in-law, Lee Trautman; seven grandchildren; and twelve great-grandchildren.
Clarence married Peggy (Nave) Mohr September 5, 1953, and later that year he joined the Catholic Church. Together they had four children, Debbie (Lee Trautman) unnamed baby boy, Lynette (Steve Corbin) and Jerry Mohr.
As a child, Clarence (Teapot) enjoyed playing the drums and baseball. After graduating from Papillion high school, he worked at Fishko Chevrolet as a mechanic and car salesman. He and Charlie Croft then opened a service station, Mohr Oil Company. Together they serviced cars for Papillion residents. They also delivered bulk fuel to local farmers and businesses including the Henry Doorly Zoo. He sold and repaired tractor tires for local farmers before transitioning into auto auctioning.
Clarence then became a heavy machinery mechanic for Flynn Paving, All Purpose Utilities, and Tab Construction.
Later in life, with his determination, perseverance, and 24 years of sobriety, he enjoyed spending time gardening, watching baseball on tv and spending time with his grandchildren Scott Trautman (Jamin), Jody Windhorst (Ryan), Greg Trautman (Jill), Kevin Corbin, Tyler Corbin, Dillon Corbin, and Emilee Corbin, and 12 great grandchildren.
VISITATION observing CDC guidelines: Tuesday, December 22nd from 3pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel, with family present from 5pm to 7pm and VIGIL SERVICE at 7pm. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Wednesday, Dec. 23rd at 10am at St. Columbkille Catholic Church, 200 E. 6th St. in Papillion. Interment, Papillion Cemetery. Memorials will be directed by the family.
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