Chief Robert Jimenez Park Sign
On March 29th, we met at Jimenez Park (Ferrari Ranch Road and Groveland) to install the final park sign of the project we started in 2013.  Family and friends of Chief Jimenez attended the ceremony. 
Family and Friends shown in the right picture: Phil Steele (Caroline's husband), Debbie Prescott (niece), Todd Culbertson (nephew), Jenifer Culbertson (Jeff's wife), Caroline Steele (niece), Jeff Culbertson (nephew), Dana Jimenez Harder (daughter), Conrad Harder (grandson), Eddy Ojeda (friend) and Billy Silva (friend).  More pictures may be seen by clicking Jimenez Park Signs
This park honors Chief Robert Jimenez who was LIncoln's police chief from 1947, finally retiring in 1979. Chief  Jimenez served the community with an eye for helping others, according to residents and family members. At the time of his retirement, the city of Lincoln recognized Jimenez's service with a proclamation for his "giving generously of his time and efforts, unselfishly in all deliberation."  Find out more history by clicking Chief Jimenez Obit.
For pictures of our complete Park Sign Project started in 2013, click Park Sign Project Pictures.