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President of Orchestra Santa Monica Cindy Bandel, (L) and Master of Ceremonies Laurel Rosen honored John Bohn with its first Virtuoso Community Leader Award during Orchestra Santa Monica's Spring Celebration at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel
Fabian Lewkowicz
President of Orchestra Santa Monica Cindy Bandel, (L) and Master of Ceremonies Laurel Rosen honored John Bohn with its first Virtuoso Community Leader Award during Orchestra Santa Monica's Spring Celebration at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel

News, Life And Arts, Santa Monica, Orchestra Santa Monica, Fairmont

John Bohn Presented Virtuoso Community Leader Award

Posted May. 25, 2014, 12:00 am

Mirror Staff

John Bohn was presented with the first-ever Virtuoso Community Leader Award during the Orchestra Santa Monica’s Spring Celebration at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows on Thursday, May 22.

Bohn was honored for his many years of service to the Santa Monica community. He is a past president of the Santa Monica Rotary Club and a past Chairman of the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce and is still an active participant of both organizations. He is also a past president of the Board of Trustees of the First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica.

Additionally, Bohn is former Santa Monica City Councilman and has been a member of the Santa Monica Planning Commission, the Santa Monica Personnel Board, and the Santa Monica Redevelopment Agency.

Currently, Bohn is a board member of the Santa Monica Historical Society.

In 1949, Bohn formed Tavco, Inc., the first in a series of companies that would later make up The Bradmore Group.

Originally from Centralia, Ill., Bohn is a graduate of UCLA and has continuously resided in Santa Monica since 1936.

Bohn and his wife June have four sons and six grandchildren.

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