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Theodore W. Mohn
Theodore W. Mohn

Theodore W. Mohn
Council Member District 8
6961 Bone Creek Dr.
Fayetteville, NC 28314
(910) 495-3634


Ted Mohn was elected to his third term on the Fayetteville City Council by the citizens of District 8 in 2013. While being elected in a single district, Mohn believes in representing all citizens across Fayetteville regardless of district boundaries.

Mohn grew up in North Chicago, Illinois, joined the U.S. Army in 1982 and graduated from the Defense Mapping School in 1983 as a Military 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 Course in 1997. During Mohn's time in the Army, his assignments included Fort Belvoir, Va. (twice), Fort Bragg (twice), Hawaii (twice), Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and Germany. The Army also sent him to the former Yugoslavia, Island of Sardinia, Korea, Japan, Kuwait and Iraq. Mohn retired from the Army at Fort Bragg in 2004.

Upon retirement from the Army, Ted worked as a defense contractor on Fort Bragg until early 2007, when he became a civil service employee. He currently serves as Deputy Director for Operations at the Special Operations Mission Training Center on Fort Bragg.

Ted's interest in Fayetteville's local government began after returning from Operation Iraqi Freedom and shortly before his retirement. He learned his house was being involuntarily annexed into Fayetteville and joined the Cumberland County Citizens United (CCCU), a 501 (c)(3), non-profit, grassroots citizens' organization to challenge the annexation. Ted has remained engaged with citizens across the city ever since.

Mohn believes in transparent government and citizen participation. He believes elected officials work for citizens and that citizens don't work for elected officials. He is excited about Fayetteville's future and wants to continue to help improve quality of life services for all of his fellow citizens.

Ted has two children: Amanda Mohn and Kyle Mohn.