Firmin to retire from Golden Harvest

Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 12:57 PM
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Mike Firmin, the executive director of Golden Harvest Food Bank, will soon retire after 30 years with the organization, it was announced today.

Executive director Mike Firmin helped start Golden Harvest Food Bank in 1982. He wiill retire this summer.  FILE/STAFF
FILE/STAFF
Executive director Mike Firmin helped start Golden Harvest Food Bank in 1982. He wiill retire this summer.

The duties of executive director will be handed over to Travis McNeal, a former Warren Baptist associate pastor for worship, on July 30.

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corgimom 02/17/12 - 08:00 pm
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He should be awarded Citizen

He should be awarded Citizen of the Decade for A-RC. The Golden Harvest food bank has helped so many people for so many years.

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