2015 Eagle Scouts in District

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Since 2015 was a reorganizational year for our district and the unofficial website debuted its district-wide announcements part way through the year, we had some of our new Eagle Scouts not receive the recognition that they so richly deserve.Eagle pin

District Eagle Board Coordinator Jerry Simon has provided us with a list of the Scouts who earned their Eagles this past year. They are listed below.

First Name

Last Name

BOR Date (Date of Rank)

Troop #

1

Cole Akers

1/14/15

514

2

Eric Feeney

1/14/15

18

3

James Walters

2/11/15

73

4

Hugh Bromund

2/11/15

174

5

Matthew Heath

2/11/15

358

6

Grant East

2/11/15

191

7

Aidan Washer

3/11/15

804

8

Adam Tanner

4/8/15

73

9

Matthew Munley

4/8/15

804

10

Zachary Hoyes

4/8/15

804

11

James Haydock

4/8/15

358

12

Grant Cawi

5/13/15

804

13

Cade Williams

5/13/15

586

14

Noah Lyons

5/13/15

69

15

William Eckrich

5/13/15

174

16

Nicholas Young

6/10/15

514

17

Joshua Shepard

6/10/15

358

18

Seth Williams

6/10/15

174

19

Samuel Keller

6/10/15

191

20

Joseph Schingel

7/8/15

269

21

Daniel Perkins

7/8/15

804

22

Brandon Hummel

7/8/15

514

23

Mitchell Polk

7/26/15

191

24

Trenton Moore

8/12/15

269

25

Samuel Teague

8/12/15

56

26

Joseph Haines

8/12/15

269

27

Alexander Ray

8/12/15

358

28

John Bruce

9/9/15

343

29

Nicholas Leverenz

9/9/15

514

30

Eric Hofer

9/9/15

514

31

Daniel Salima

9/9/15

269

32

Nathaniel Misra

10/14/15

69

33

Cameron Ruggles

10/14/15

343

34

Samuel Davis

10/14/15

358

35

Allen Evans

10/14/15

358

36

Michael Isakson

11/11/15

514

37

Matthew Bricker

11/11/15

358

38

Brian O’Leary

11/11/15

358

39

Jack Whitlock

11/11/15

191

40

Jerome Zirnheld

11/11/15

56

41

Nicholas Shirrell

11/11/15

56

42

Zachary Badger

12/9/15

358

43

Jesper Wiebke

12/9/15

358

44

Luther Rice

12/9/15

358

45

Brendan Williams

12/9/15

174

46

Jonathan Martz

12/9/15

73

47

Nicholas Rivelli

12/9/15

35

48

John Sweeney

12/9/15

514

49

James Raines

12/9/15

269

50

Lars Conard

12/21/15

56

51

Richard Witt

12/21/15

358

Along with these Eagle Scouts, our troops deserve some recognition for mentoring these scouts:

  1. Troop 358 at St Alphonsius Catholic Church in Zionsville had 12 Eagle Scouts.
  2. Troop 514 at St Monica’s Catholic Church in Pike Township suffered a fire at their church but still mustered 7 Eagle Scouts.
  3. Troop 804 at the American Legion Post in Zionsville had 5 Eagle Scouts.
  4. Troop 269 at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on the south end of Pike Township had 5 Eagle Scouts.
  5. Troop 191 at Church at the Crossing had 4 Eagle Scouts.
  6. Troop 174 at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic had 4 Eagle Scouts.
  7. Troop 56 at St Luke’s United Methodist Church had 4 Eagle Scouts.
  8. Troop 73 at St Paul’s Episcopal Church had 3 Eagle Scouts.
  9. Troop 343 sponsored by Pike Township Fire Department and meeting at Bethel United Methodist Church had 2 Eagle Scouts.
  10. Troop 69 at Trader’s Point Christian Church had 2 Eagle Scouts.
  11. Troop 586 at the Zionsville LDS Meeting House had 1 Eagle Scout.
  12. Troop 35 at St Joan of Arc Catholic Church had 1 Eagle Scout.
  13. Troop 18 at Second Presbyterian Church had 1 Eagle Scout.

This means that of our 13 active troops in the district, each and every one of them had an Eagle Scout this past year. That speaks very highly of the quality of scouting across our district.

We have no district records to easily assess the past history of Eagle Scouts, but based on Jerry’s recollection, this has been a record breaking year. Customarily, Jerry schedules about 35 Eagle boards per year. Current trends suggest that the pace is not backing off any time soon.

Thank you to the scouters whose mentoring helped these scouts reach the Eagle rank.

Congratulations to the new Eagle Scouts and their families. May they see many Eagle Palms in the next several years.

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