Health First Foundation president arrested on soliciting prostitution charges
Terry Mohr, 69, resigns from foundation after arrest
PALM SHORES, Fla. – The president of the Health First Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Health First, was arrested on charges of soliciting prostitution in Palm Shores, News 6 partner Florida Today reports.
After his arrest, Terry Mohr, 69, resigned from the foundation, which he had headed since February 2014.
Mohr was released on $500 bond after the arrest, which occurred just before 2:30 a.m. April 20.
Mohr had brought to Health First Foundation 25 years of experience in fund development strategies for private and not-for-profit organizations. He founded CDO Interim Services, a company that helps both for- and non-profit organizations raise money for philanthropic causes.
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