Resurrection Catholic School is pleased to announce the 2020 Homecoming Parade Grand Marshals are Jim and Linda Firmin. The Firmins will lead the RCS homecoming parade on Thursday, October 15th, at 3:30 p.m.
Jim and Linda Firman exemplify the Resurrection Catholic School spirit. Linda was instrumental in helping form the Eagle Legacy Committee. The Eagle Legacy Committee has raised over $300,000 toward RCS debt since its inception a little over a year ago. All funds raised have been matched by Bishop Kihneman’s debt relief challenge. Linda has worked tirelessly with the Eagle Legacy Committee by planning and working Father Adam’s Polish Christmas Dinner, assisting in the alumni campaign, and helping each month at the RCES Eagle Legacy meetings. When asked about Mrs. Linda Firmin, Mrs. Sisson, RCMHS Principal, responded, “Mrs. Linda is passionate about paying off the debt at RCS. Being an alumni (Class of 1966), Mrs. Linda understands the value of Catholic education. She truly loves RCS and believes in its mission.”
When asked to help restore the RCMHS library after major termite damage, Mr. Jim Firmin became RCS’s chief advisor on the library project. “Mr. Jim was always there to help me. I knew nothing about termite damage, construction, or renovations, and Mr. Jim became my ‘go to’ person on the project. He was always encouraging and relentless in helping the library restoration become a reality,” said RCMHS Principal Kristal Sisson.
Mrs. Sisson went on to say the following: “God places people in our lives to help us along our journeys, and there is no doubt in my mind that God sent the Firmins to help RCS thrive. The Firmins are an immense blessing to the RCS community. They are true disciples of Jesus Christ who faithfully serve in their parish (OLV) and in our school. We love and appreciate them.”