Bill Mohr has announced his retirement from Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America (MFTA). Mohr, who has been with the company 25 years, is the director of service operations for the medium-duty truck business.
His retirement is effective Dec. 31, 2013.
MFTA will promote Scott Coyle to replace Mohr. Coyle will begin assuming responsibilities on Sept. 30. Coyle started with MFTA in May 1997 as a field service manager for the New York/New Jersey area. In May 2001, he was promoted to national service manager.
“During Scott’s tenure in the service department, he has developed a keen sense of both the dealer perspective and MFTA’s corporate perspective. This experience, combined with his technical knowledge, make him a valuable asset to our business and will serve him well as he takes on this new role,” said Todd Bloom president and CEO. “At the same time, it is with mixed emotions that we say goodbye to Bill Mohr. He has been a consummate professional throughout his career at MFTA, and his experience, dedication, and knowledge will be sorely missed.”
Mohr began his career at MFTA as a field service manager in 1988, just three years after the company’s founding. He continued as an Eastern Region field service manager until June 1993 when he became MFTA’s first manager, fleet service. In July 1994, Mohr was promoted once again, this time to national service manager, where he worked diligently to support the company’s field service staff and dealers. Seven years later, in March 2001, he was named director, service operations. In January 2012, Mohr was elevated to vice president, service operations.