Earl B. Mohn Jr., 81, of Jonestown, passed away on August 28, 2022, at the WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital.
He was born to the late Earl Benjamin Mohn, Sr. and Mary Mildred (Maurer) Mohn on February 19, 1941, in Lebanon, PA.
His maternal grandparents, the late John A. Maurer and Emma Wenger (Schwartz) Maurer were a significant influence in his life. Earl graduated from Northern Lebanon High School in 1959. He was the husband of the late Judith (Judy) A. Cassel, who passed away in April 2022. Earl loved her dearly.
Earl was a member of the Army National Guard after graduating high school. He worked for Ward Construction, then worked with adults with disabilities at Sherwood Hall, was the General Superintendent of Construction for Devon Trainer, was self-employed as a contractor, and ended his career with Assoc. Builders & Contractors, training ex-offenders carpentry skills to re-enter the job market. In his earlier years, Earl was a member of the Jonestown Jaycees, the FTIG Bowling League, and he played and coached men’s soccer for the Jonestown American Legion. Later in life, Earl helped coach his grandsons’ baseball teams, Major League Screen Printing and New Penn. Recently, Earl and Judy had enjoyed being Appalachian Trail Angels. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed making wooden cabinets, benches, tables, and toys for his grandchildren.
Earl is survived by three daughters: Sherry L. Capello (Thomas) of Lebanon, Elizabeth J. Mohn of Lebanon, and Madeline M. Cook (Keith) of Harrisburg. He also is survived by grandchildren: Gwen Callahan, Jeremy Capello, Alexandria Vargas, Amanda Vargas, James Capello, Jason Capello, Wyatt Cook, and Sakura Cook, and great-grandchildren: Sonny Callahan, Juliana Capello, Jayce Capello, and Joseph Capello.
Earl was predeceased by great-granddaughter Gia Capello in 2020.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the convenience of the family.
The family thanks Dr. Shelby Margut, Dr. David Griffith, Dr. Maria Huffman, and the doctors and nurses with WellSpan/Good Sam for their compassionate care during Earl’s last months.