Troop 384 Eagle Scouts

  1. 09/07/2020 – Jared Gazaway
  2. 05/07/2019 – Daniel Pointon
  3. 05/07/2019 – Eric Bates
  4. 02/05/2019 – Spencer Haynes
  5. 01/08/2019 – Trevor Mitchell
  6. 01/08/2019 – Jacob Mucher
  7. 01/08/2019 – Devin Lepur
  8. 09/04/2018 – Rafael Casana
  9. 09/04/2018 – Derek Cantor
  10. 12/19/2017 – Scott Bettoney
  11. 05/09/2017 – Daniel Robinson
  12. 11/01/2016 – Ian Mallory
  13. 11/01/2016 – Trevor Kaufman
  14. 10/04/2016 – Dean Lockwood
  15. 09/27/2016 – Matthew Magoon
  16. 04/05/2016 – Joseph Bogan
  17. 04/05/2016 – Bryce Taylor
  18. 11/03/2015 – David Gregory
  19. 11/03/2015 – Jared Faubion
  20. 09/01/2015 – Hayden Clement
  21. 05/05/2015 – Jakob Lepur
  22. 11/11/2014 – David Shoudy
  23. 06/03/2014 – Nick Primich
  24. 06/03/2014 – Jake Grover
  25. 04/01/2014 – Logan Faubion
  26. 02/04/2014 – Logan Clement
  27. 11/05/2013 – Alec Ayala
  28. 10/02/2013 – James Griffin
  29. 08/06/2013 – Angel Ayala
  30. 06/04/2013 – Adrian Dinescu
  31. 12/04/2012 – Eric Wagner Hodgson
  32. 12/04/2012 – Jake Dudley
  33. 11/06/2012 – Ian Lacocco
  34. 11/06/2012 – Ryan St. John
  35. 08/01/2012 – Ryan Preddy
  36. 07/03/2012 – Daniel Timan
  37. 10/05/2010 – Michael Gregory
  38. 10/05/2010 – Nicholas Post
  39. 06/01/2010 – Benjamin Timan
  40. 06/01/2010 – Nicholas Kalamaha
  41. 02/02/2010 – Christopher Fordyce
  42. 09/01/2009 – Zac Lyons
  43. 08/04/2009 – Tristan Frakes
  44. 04/07/2009 – Daniel Palma
  45. 02/03/2009 – Ricky Krug
  46. 10/07/2008 – Morgan Reed
  47. 02/04/2008 – Christopher Barber
  48. 01/30/2008 – Chris Leonard
  49. 06/23/2007 – Brandon Preddy
  50. 02/15/2005 – Blake Lauria
  51. 06/08/2004 – L. Benjamin Sanes
  52. 01/08/2002 – Blair Lauria
  53. 10/09/2001 – John Cochran
  54. 05/09/2000 – Matthew Cochran
  55. 11/09/1999 – Taylor Ledak
  56. 12/12/1999 – Jonathan Scantlin
  57. 10/14/1999 – Evan Markey
  58. 07/14/1998 – Adam Denlinger
  59. 12/09/1997 – Wilford Kowalik
  60. 10/17/1997 – Eric Markey
  61. 11/12/1996 – Robert Wurtz
  62. 01/11/1994 – Michael Petersen
  63. 07/13/1993 – Joshua Nathan
  64. 01/14/1992 – Christopher Wurtz
  65. 02/06/1992 – Edward Petersen
  66. 08/20/1991 – Craig Long
  67. 09/19/1989 – Thomas Simmons
  68. 12/20/1988 – Craig Scantlin
  69. 07/19/1988 – Steven McNamara
  70. 11/11/1987 – Michael Bevis
  71. 05/20/1985 – John Shotwell
  72. 12/05/1985 – James Scantlin
  73. 01/26/1984 – Melvin Wedel
  74. 06/15/1981 – Jody Gourlie
  75. 12/01/1977 – Frank Van Buren
  76. 11/12/1976 – Darrel Timan
  77. 02/22/1973 – Derald Van Buren
  78. 11/20/1973 – Martin Gran
  79. 09/08/1973 – Mark Clark
  80. 05/23/1973 – Gary Clark
  81. 10/18/1972 – Larry Maxa
  82. 01/20/1972 – Edward Powers
  83. 02/19/1970 – Robert Gerhart
  84. 12/18/1969 – Donald Gerhart
  85. 10/24/1967 – Robert McNulty

The first Eagle Scout medal was awarded to Arthur Rose Eldred, a 17-year-old member of Troop 1 of Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York. Eldred was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout August 21, 1912. Since then, more than 2 million Scouts have earned the rank. In 1982, 13-year-old Alexander Holsinger, of Normal, Illinois, was recognized as the one-millionth Eagle Scout, and Anthony Thomas of Lakeville, Minnesota was the two-millionth in 2009.

Eagle Scouts are expected to set an example for other Scouts and to become the leaders in life that they have demonstrated themselves to be in Scouting. As such, they are disproportionately represented in the military, service academy graduates, in higher education and academia, major professions, the clergy, business and politics.

Eagle Scouts can be found in prominent public offices, recipients include 38th President of the United States Gerald R. Ford, 22nd U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, 13th and 21st U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Stephen Breyer. In academia, Eagle Scouts are represented by Pulitzer Prize-winner E.O. Wilson and Kim B. Clark, President of Brigham Young University-Idaho and former Dean of the Harvard Business School. Eagle Medal
Eagle Medal At least 40 astronauts earned the rank as a youth, including Neil A. Armstrong, the first person to set foot on the moon. Businessmen who have earned the award include Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton, Marriott International CEO J. W. Marriott, Jr., and Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City and founder of Bloomberg L.P. Recipients are also leaders of religion, including Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Baltimore William H. Keeler and Howard W. Hunter, 14th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Entertainers who earned the BSA’s highest rank include Academy Award-winner Steven Spielberg, and Mike Rowe, host of the Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs. Athletes who have earned Eagle Scout include Basketball Hall of Famer (later U.S. Senator) Bill Bradley and MLB All-Star Shane Victorino.

Troop 384 is proud of all the Eagle Scouts who earned their rank with us, and we are committed to helping more scouts achieve that goal and go on to be tomorrow’s community leaders.