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April 14, 1929 ~ January 9, 2024 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Paul Raymond Mohr, 94, of Broadlands, Illinois passed away peacefully, Tuesday night Jan 9 at Clark Lindsey Village Nursing Home, Urbana. The funeral will be at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Broadlands at 11:00 AM on Friday, January 12, 2024 with Pastor John Sharp officiating. Visitation will proceed the funeral at the church from 9:30 to 11:00AM. Burial will be at the Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery following the funeral.
Paul was born April 14, 1929 in Broadlands. He was a son of Howard and Anna Bergfield Mohr Schumacher. He had one sister, Margaret Collier of Champaign and one brother, Howard (Dutch) Mohr of Homer, both preceded him is death. He married Alice Wienke on November 29, 1954, she passed from cancer on June 29, 1980. He was also preceded in death by his friend of many years, Delores Gustafson of Paxton.
Survivors include; his daughters, Paula Mohr of Broadlands, and Angela (Carl) Smith of Allerton. He has two grandchildren; Allison (Jordan) Lowe and Parker (Erin) Smith, and three great-grandchildren; Carter and Atlee Lowe and Emma Smith.
Paul was a graduate of Longview High School and served in the Navy’s Air Division. He was a farmer in the Broadlands area his whole working career. He loved to golf and traveled a lot and had seen many places abroad. He so looked forward to the coffee hour each morning at the Broadlands Restaurant and visiting with his friends there. His family and especially his great grandchildren were his pride and joy.
Memorials can be made to the donor’s choice or Immanuel Lutheran Church.