Mr. Theodore W. Mohn
Retired U.S. Army Warrant Officer.
Theodore (Ted) W. Mohn honorably served as Fayetteville, North Carolina City Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem. Mr. Mohn served the City of Fayetteville, NC for 10 years and was elected to his fifth term on the Fayetteville City Council by the citizens of District 8 in November 2017.
Mr. Mohn grew up in North Chicago, Illinois, joined the U.S. Army in 1982 and graduated from the Defense Mapping School in 1983 as an Army Cartographer. He returned to the Defense Mapping School and graduated from the Basic Terrain Analysis Course in 1985, the Advanced Terrain Analysis Course in 1989 and the Terrain Analysis Warrant Officer Certification Course in 1997. Mr. Mohn retired as a U.S. Army Warrant Officer at Fort Bragg in the summer of 2004. During Mohn’s time in the Army, his assignments included Fort Belvoir, Virginia (twice), Fort Bragg, NC (twice), Hawaii (twice), Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and Germany. The U.S. Army also sent Mr. Mohn to the former Yugoslavia, Island of Sardinia, Korea, Japan, Kuwait and Iraq.
Upon retirement from the U.S. Army, Ted worked as a defense contractor on Fort Bragg until early 2007. He then became a Department of Defense Civilian working for the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School-U.S. Army Special Operations Center of Excellence, G-3. He then worked for the United States Army Special Operations Command, G-3. Ted finished his DOD Civilian position in August 2018.
Ted has two young-adult children: Amanda and Kyle Mohn and one granddaughter (Baileigh).