By Jay Skurski
The Monday Quarterback Club announced this week that former Bills punter Chris Mohr has been selected to receive the 27th annual Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Distinguished Service Award for the 2012 season. Mohr will be honored during pregame ceremonies at the Bills-Jacksonville game at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Dec. 2 and at the Monday Quarterback Club luncheon at the Adams Mark Hotel the next day.
Mohr played in 160 regular-season games over his 10-year career in Buffalo, from 1991-2000. He was active in community service as a supporter and volunteer for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Buffalo.
Mohr signed as a free agent with the Bills in 1991 after playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He is the vice president of sales and product development for NVIROCLEAN Company and lives in Thompson, Ga. with his wife and four children.
The Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Distinguished Service Award was established by the Monday Quarterback Club in 1986 to honor former players for long and meritorious service to the Bills. Mohr becomes the 32nd former Bills player to be selected for the award over the past 27 years.