Bishop Feehan High School Honors its President Servant
The president of Bishop Feehan High School, Chris Servant, was presented with the Spirit of Feehan 50th anniversary medallion award.
Amongst a standing and cheering crowd of students, parents, peers, and his family, Chris Servant, president of Bishop Feehan High School in Attleboro, received Feehan’s prominent Spirit of Feehan 50th anniversary medallion award from Dr. Michael Griffin, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Fall River.
This is an award Servant himself has presented to almost 50 others, over the course of this anniversary year, who have played an instrumental role in the history of Bishop Feehan High School and the traditions that it represents, and who have helped to inspire and fulfill the original mission of the school.
“No one better than Chris Servant epitomizes the philosophy of his alma mater. To lead lives of commitment to the person and mission of Jesus Christ. As a student, teacher and administrator, Chris is the embodiment of the Feehan ideal,” said Sue Rojee, Director of Alumni and Events in her presentation of the award. “The ultimate ambassador of Feehan spirit.
"A home grown, born and bred Shamrock whose contributions to this school are unsurpassed by the 9,400 plus graduates who have walked across the stage to receive a diploma from the Bishop…we present a Spirit of Feehan medallion to Chris Servant who heads our Feehan Family with his love and dedication to his faith, family and country and whose more than 40 years of service, devotion, and dedication are unmatched … an enduring part of the fabric and the heart and soul of Bishop Feehan High School.”