James F. Mohn, M.D. 1944, received the 2004 American Red Cross Lifetime Achievement Award at the New York State Leadership Conference held in October in Syracuse, NY. Mohn began volunteering in 1945, and in 1988 he became one of only two Americans honored by the Finnish Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service with the H.R. Nevanlinna Medal for his help in discovering a new blood group variant that is unique to Finns. He was also honored in 1993 with the Greater Buffalo chapter’s highest volunteer tribute, the Clara Barton Volunteer of the Year Award, and in 1994 was named the chapter’s Philanthropist of the Year. Mohn is the current chair emeritus for the Greater Buffalo chapter’s Clement Trustees. He resides in Elma, NY.