Robert Oliver, left, a retired Fresno County Superior Court judge, shares a laugh with Rev. Larry Arce, who announced Tuesday that he has retired as CEO of the Fresno Rescue Mission. Oliver and Arce used to work together when Arce was a probation officer before he took over the mission in 1998.
Robert Oliver, left, a retired Fresno County Superior Court judge, shares a laugh with Rev. Larry Arce, who announced Tuesday that he has retired as CEO of the Fresno Rescue Mission. Oliver and Arce used to work together when Arce was a probation officer before he took over the mission in 1998. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com
Robert Oliver, left, a retired Fresno County Superior Court judge, shares a laugh with Rev. Larry Arce, who announced Tuesday that he has retired as CEO of the Fresno Rescue Mission. Oliver and Arce used to work together when Arce was a probation officer before he took over the mission in 1998. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com

The Rev. Larry Arce ends 18-year run as CEO of Fresno Rescue Mission

May 03, 2016 04:41 PM

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