The Bright Futures Fund of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has created annual scholarships to honor Larry Leggio (left) and John V. Mesh, the two Kansas City firefighters who were killed Oct. 12 in the line of duty. The scholarships will aid low-income students at Holy Cross School.
The Bright Futures Fund of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has created annual scholarships to honor Larry Leggio (left) and John V. Mesh, the two Kansas City firefighters who were killed Oct. 12 in the line of duty. The scholarships will aid low-income students at Holy Cross School. File photos Kansas City Fire Department
The Bright Futures Fund of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph has created annual scholarships to honor Larry Leggio (left) and John V. Mesh, the two Kansas City firefighters who were killed Oct. 12 in the line of duty. The scholarships will aid low-income students at Holy Cross School. File photos Kansas City Fire Department

Catholic schools create scholarships to honor two KC firefighters killed in blaze

October 19, 2015 12:19 PM

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