SAN ANTONIO – The Texas Military Institute Episcopal community is mourning one of its seventh grade students.
The institute shared on social media the passing of Jackson Mohr, 13, on Thursday. He was found unresponsive and without a pulse by his parents on Wednesday, according to a news release from TMI Episcopal.
The institute also held a special chapel in Mohr’s honor.
Mohr was rushed to Methodist Children’s Hospital, where his pulse and and respiration were restored with the help of a ventilator, according to TMI Episcopal.
He had also tested negative for COVID-19 and his toxicology report came back negative, according to the news release.
Mohr was also deprived of oxygen for quite some time, but the cause of his death has not yet been determined, according to TMI Episcopal.
The institute issued a statement, saying Mohr will continue serving others, even after his passing, as he is an organ donor.
“Today the TMI community mourns with heavy hearts the loss of 7th grade student Jackson Mohr, whom God has called home. Today his family begins the process to allow this courageous and selfless young man to continue his compassionate ways and service to others as an organ donor,” the institute said in a statement.
Details on the services for Mohr have not yet been announced. We’ll bring more updates to this story as they become available.