Remembering Sgt. Brian Mohl '93


We regret to inform you that a classmate, Brian Mohl, 50, passed away on September 2, 2021, in Woodbury, CT, when his patrol car was swept away in floodwaters caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. Brian graduated from Marist in 1993 with a bachelor of science degree in computer science. He entered the Connecticut State Police Academy in November of 1994, graduating as a member of the 105th Training Troop. Brian was promoted to Sergeant on May 5, 2000, and over the years was stationed at Troop A in Southbury, Troop B in North Canaan, Troop G in Bridgeport, Troop H in Hartford, and Troop L in Litchfield, where he was currently serving the State of Connecticut.

The family of Sgt. Brian Mohl issued a statement following his passing, thanking law enforcement agencies and the public for the outpouring of love and support: We want to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers. The loss we have suffered is immeasurable. Brian was an incredible person. He was a loving son, brother, husband, father, and friend and to say he will be missed is just not enough. Brian loved being a State Trooper. He proudly served with the Connecticut State Police for over 26 years and those that worked with him said he always had a way of making you feel as though you were part of the team and that he truly cared about them. To read their full statement, click here.

Brian is survived by his wife, Susan, son, Brian, step-son, Peter Ganem, step-daughter, Samantha Ganem, his three grandchildren, Beckham Ganem, Isabela and Elena Nieves, mother-in-law, Martha Riley, sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Glenn Rogers, and their daughter Nicole. He is also survived by his parents, George and Frances (Aylett) Mohl, brother George Mohl and wife, Tara, and their five children, Makena, Abigail, Fiona, Delaney, and Logan, brother Scott Mohl and wife Michelle, and their two children, Daniel and Anastasia, sister Frances Gordon and husband Dave, and their two children, Alec and Kara, brother Timmy Mohl and his wife, Julie, and their three children, Katie, Beth, and Charlotte, and sister Laura Singh and her husband, Ram, and their two children, Laila and Amara, as well as many other family members, in England and Bermuda, and all of his brothers and sisters with the Connecticut State Police.

Visitation hours for Brian will be held on Wednesday, September 8, from 12 to 2 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. at the X-Finity Theater, 61 Savitt Way, Hartford, CT. A funeral service with full State Police Honors will be held on Thursday, September 9, at 11 a.m. at the X-Finity Theater. Burial will be private.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Brian's family and friends during this difficult time.

To read the full obituary and/or to leave condolences, click here.

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