This award is presented to an individual who has provided extraordinary voluntary service to the hemophilia community. This merit based award is offered once each year and is open to any individual or couple whose unstinting service on behalf of the hemophilia community of Ohio exemplifies the generous spirit of Ira Gaffin.
The 2022 Ira Gaffin Memorial Award Recipient is Charmaine Biega & Linda Casto
This award recognizes the contributions and efforts of individuals affected by hemophilia or other bleeding disorder to Ohio’s bleeding disorder community.
The 2021 Thomas Drake Special Recognition Award Recipient is Danielle Schwager
This award recognizes the contributions and efforts of individuals not affected by a bleeding disorder to Ohio’s bleeding disorder community.
The 2016 Timothy Pryor Special Recognition Award Recipient is Julie Bricker
This award recognizes individual(s) for significant participation in legislative advocacy> on a state, regional or national level.
The 2022 Thomas H. Burr Award Recipient are Representative Bride Rose
Sweeney & Representative Mark Frazier..
This award recognizes an organization that has made a significant contribution to the well being of Ohio’s bleeding disorder community.
The 2019 William R. Dennis Award is awarded to the five Ohio Hemophilia Chapter/Foundations:
Central Ohio Chapter, National Hemophilia Foundation; Northern Ohio Hemophilia Foundation; Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation; Southwestern Ohio Hemophilia Foundation; Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation
This special recognition award recognizes an individual or organization for communicating useful information to Ohio’s bleeding disorder community—such as newsletters or other forms of communication.
The 2022 Dirk Scheerhorn Award Recipient is Southwestern Ohio
Hemophilia Foundation located in Dayton, Ohio