Mohon passes away on Sunday
Published 4:07 pm Monday, December 7, 2020
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Pinehurst Mayor Dan Mohon
Administration Assistant Dawanna Stringer, left, Water/Wastewater Supervisor Michael Spain, Grant Administrator David Waxman, Director of Public Works John Toney, Fleet Service Manager Greg May, Grant Administrator Lesley Waxman, City Administrator Robbie Hood, GLO Grant Manager Terri Spenser and Pinehurst Mayor Dan Mohon meet for the kick off meeting for the General Land Office Kick off for Harvey infrastructure improvements within the city of Pinehurst.
Photo courtesy of Lamar State College - Orange
LSC-O Foundation Members: Patty Cloeren, Kathy Gunn, Lana Fillyaw, Judge Courtney Arkeen, Ross Smith, Ron Borel, John Cash Smith, Shane Johns, Gisela Houseman, Dan Mohon, Corky Harmon, Stephen Lee, Shawn Oubre, and David Jones. Also pictured is Dr. Mike Shahan, LSC-O president.
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Pinehurst Public Works employee Justin Trahan, left, shakes hands with Pinehurst Councilmember Dan Mohon after the new decals ‘In God We Trust’ were placed on all the city vehicles on Monday.
By Dawn Burleigh
Dan Mohon, former mayor of Pinehurst and one-time mayor of the city of Orange, passed away on Sunday.
Mohon was recently honored for his years of service with Lutcher Theater.
He stepped down as Mayor of Pinehurst on November 24, 2020. Mohon’s letter of resignation was accepted by the Pinehurst City Council with a heavy heart during the meeting.
Mohon was appointed Mayor following the resignation of Mayor Joseph ‘Pete’ Runnels last year. He was serving his 12 year as mayor of Pinehurst when he stepped now.
Mohon, recognized throughout the community for his service to the community was recently recognized by the Lutcher Theater for his 25 years of service on the Board of Directors. He also was previously named honoree of the Lions Club Charity Carnival in 2019.