Feehan President Chris Servant presents Kehma Johnson with the 46th annual Gary Flynn Award.
Bishop Feehan High School selected senior tight end/defensive end player Kehma Johnson of Franklin, as this year’s recipient of the Flynn Memorial Award. This award honors a member of the football team in remembrance of Lance Cpl. Gary Flynn U.S.M.C., a 1965 graduate of Feehan, who gave his life for his country in the Vietnam conflict.
It is presented annually to the athlete who most typifies the qualities for and by which Gary aspired and lived: inspiring leadership, cooperation, significant contributions, loyalty, diligence, and dedication to his school and team.
“In the memory of Gary Francis Flynn class of 1965, Kehma was an inspirational leader of the Shamrock football team of 2012,” said Feehan President Chris Servant, “His example of continuous hard work, dedication, and enthusiasm was a motivational factor for Bishop Feehan’s Super Bowl team.”