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Monmouth Council Officers Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA CSI., President Edwina A. Howell, Commissioner Sanford D. Brown, Esq., Executive Vice President Carl P. Gross, Esq., Executive Vice President Frank Davidson, Vice President, Administration Linda J. Hassler, MS, RN Vice President, Fund Development Carl M. Marchetti, MD, Vice President, Endowment Wayne J. Menz, Esq., Vice President, Membership William A. Meyler, CPA, Treasurer/ Vice President, Finance William F. Mollica, Jr., Vice President, Program Donald W. Schaffner, PhD, Vice President, District Operations & Volunteer Development David L. Tinker, Vice President, Marketing Monmouth Council Staff Lee Marconi, Scout Executive Stephen Smith, Assistant Scout Executive Kathleen Picciano, Senior District Executive Stacey Ehling, District Executive Chris Quakenbush, District Executive Dan Garrihy, District Executive George Kaiser, Ranger FSR Adam Shumard, Ranger QHSR Sharon Schultz, Office Manager Cathy Brown, Executive Assistant Angela Emer, Registrar Marjorie Ramirez, Program/Camping Specialist Adrienne Gotttlieb, Finance Specialist Ruthellen Patterson, Field Secretary Thayne Tessenholtz, Production Assistant Paul Parisi, National Scout Shop Manager Visit us at: www.MonmouthBSA.org www.QHSRCamp.org www.FSRCamp.org

Monmouth Council Boy Scouts of America Annual Recognition Dinner Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 Ria Mar Restaurant South River, New Jersey


Nearly 6,000 youth advanced in rank, a measure of growth and success and over 7,000 Merit Badges earned, a measure of new skills and knowledge gained, with Monmouth Council top ten in the country. Thousands of community service hours, including Hurricane Sandy relief and recovery efforts, the Scouting For Food Campaign with over 40,000 items collected for local pantries, and Na Tsi Hi Order of the Arrow Lodge, recognized again as a leading Lodge in the country. Innovative programs including BSA Adopt-A-School with nearly 20 schools adopted by units conducting service and other school projects, Kosher dining service and Shomer Shabbat program at FSR, and continued partnership with “Garden State Rocks”, a state-of-the-art indoor climbing facility in the back space at the Scout Service Center.

Scout Oath On my honor I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

177 Scouts, Venturers, and volunteer leaders and staff attended the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, at “The Summit” Bechtel Reserve in the New River Gorge area of West Virginia, the new 10,000 acre BSA National Scout Reserve and High Adventure Base, and site of the World Scout Jamboree in 2019. 120+ Scouts and leaders will experience a high-adventure trip of a lifetime at Philmont Scout Reservation in Cimarron, New Mexico, in summer 2014, as part of the Monmouth Council Philmont Trek contingent. National Youth Leadership Training course completed with 45 participants, the premier BSA training and leadership development course for youth leaders. James E. West Fellowship Campaign “100 For 100” to build the Council’s Endowment for the 2nd century of Scouting. Successful special events included the 40th Annual Joshua Huddy “Gala Under The Stars”, the 30th Annual Scout Golf Classic and the District “Good Scout Award” Receptions, along with our vital Friends of Scouting Campaign.

Thank you! To all of our leaders, parents, volunteers, and community friends helping to provide thousands of youth a quality Scouting program throughout Monmouth Council.


Council Annual Recognition Dinner June 4th, 2014

2014 Scouting Highlights Monmouth Council was recognized again in 2013 for its volunteer leadership, program excellence and a balanced budget. The council’s rich heritage of service to youth and families and tradition of citizenship, character and leadership development, and community service throughout central New Jersey, and now serving southern Middlesex County, continues to thrive. Thousands of youth served in all age ranges, including young women in the co-ed Venturing and Exploring programs, as well as the expanded All-Markets Scouting Initiative for underserved and diverse youth and families. Dedicated volunteer leadership of over 3,000 men and women, and growing Council Alumni Association. 200 Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Venturing Crews and Exploring Posts with chartered partners including religious institutions, service clubs, and community organizations. 77.5% youth retention, one of the highest in the country, and for Scouts receiving Boys’ Life magazine, highest in the country for same size councils. 2012-2017 Monmouth Council Strategic Plan continues to provide the vision and direction in setting a course for our future. Over 3,000 youth participate at nationally accredited Quail Hill Scout Reservation and Forestburg Scout Reservation. Our camps and outdoor education facilities are used year-round and are accessible for people with special needs. Camp capital projects include at QHSR- a new Shooting Sports program area with new Archery and BB Pavillions, and renovation of the Pool House. At FSRa new Dan Beard Shower House, new Ecology Program Center and renovation of the Health Lodge with new Wolverton Trading Post Pavillion. 241 youth awarded the Eagle Scout Rank in 2013, including new Middlesex District, another benchmark year, with over 40,000 Eagle community service project hours, valued at over $250,000.

Master of Ceremonies - Brian J. Valentino Executive Board Member, Monmouth Council, BSA Opening Ceremony

Honor Guard Pack 83 & Troop 97

Welcome Invocation Scout Executive’s Welcome Council President’s Remarks Council Commissioner Recognitions Training Recognitions Activities Recognitions Membership Recognitions Fund Development Recognitions Camping/Properties Recognitions New Jersey Scout Museum Recognitions National Eagle Scout Association

Brian J. Valentino Stanley A. Weinstein Lee A. Marconi Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA Edwina A. Howell Kenneth A. Bonnell Wendy Weiss David L. Tinker Linda J. Hassler James Phillips & Spencer Morasch Frederic Pachman& Spencer Morasch Brian J. Valentino

-DinnerEndowment Recognitions E. Donald Sterner Recognitions Special Recognitions

Dr. Carl Marchetti M.D. & Charles A. Spitz, AIA Charles A. Spitz, AIA Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA

Medal of Merit

Bray B. Barnes

Silver Antelope Award

Bray B. Barnes

Silver Buffalo Award

Bray B. Barnes

Silver Beaver Awards

Bray B. Barnes

Adjourn

Brian J. Valentino


Timothy N. Burman Eagle Scout – Financial Planner – Scout Leader Eagle Scout Timothy Burman earned a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University, and a Master of Business Administration from the Stanford School of Business, and he is a Certified Financial Planner.

Please join us later this year as Monmouth Council presents the 41st Annual Joshua Huddy Distinguished Citizen Award to

He has served as President of the South Brunswick Jaycees, and as Treasurer of the Princeton Dial, Elm, and Cannon Club for over thirty years. He is also a trustee of the Princeton Prospect Foundation. Tim has served as a member of the Joyce Kilmer District Committee, the former Thomas Edison Council Long Range Planning Committee, Council Training Committee, as well serving as an Assistant Scoutmaster and Chairman of a Troop Committee. He has served as a leader for scouts attending the Maine High Adventure, Florida Sea Base, and Philmont. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, his Scouting awards include the Unit Leader Award of Merit and the District Award of Merit. Tim and his wife Pat have two children. On behalf of the Central New Jersey Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Timothy Burman.

Joseph J. Sarno, Jr. Executive Vice President

at the 2014 “Gala Under The Stars” Saturday, November 8, 2014 7:00pm, Navesink Country Club Sponsorship & Journal opportunities available


Congratulations

2014 Silver Antelope Recipient Gerard “Jerry” C. Case

Edward Lonyai Commissioner – Photographer – Scout Leader Edward Lonyai is a professional photographer employed by Mack Camera. Ed teaches forensic photography and lighting, and he has served as a member of the White House Press Corps. His photographic adventures have taken him around the world, and have included underwater and aerial photography. He has served as President of the Temple Emanu-El Men’s Club, as well as Associate Chief Deputy Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias for the State of New Jersey. Ed is currently a member of the Middlesex District Committee, an Assistant District Commissioner, and he has previously served as a Den Leader, Webelos Leader, Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop Committee member, Unit Commissioner, District Commissioner, as well as serving as a member of Jewish Committee for Scouting. His Scouting awards include the Arrow of Light, Commissioner’s Key, Distinguished Commissioner Award, Wood Badge, and the District Award of Merit.

2014 Silver Buffalo Recipient Robert “Bob” J. Smith

Edward and his wife Elaine have three children. On behalf of the Central New Jersey Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Edward Lonyai.


1975

Michael Moriarty Eagle Scout – Coach – Scout Leader Eagle Scout Michael Moriarty earned a Bachelor of Arts from St. Johns University, and is employed as a data delivery manager by the JOC Group. Michael has served as a baseball coach, softball coach, and he has been active as a member of the South Brunswick High School Marching Band Pit Crew. Currently a member of the Middlesex District Committee, as well as the Troop Committee member, Michael has served on the staff of four Wood Badge Courses, as a member of the Joyce Kilmer District Camporee and Pinewood Derby Committees for several years, as well as serving as a member of the Central New Jersey Council Camporee Committee. He has also served as an Assistant Scoutmaster, Tiger Cub Leader, Den Leader, Webelos Den Leader, and Cubmaster. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, his Scouting awards include the Arrow of Light, youth religious award, Tiger Cub Leader Award, Den Leader Award, Webelos Leader Award, Cubmaster Award, Unit Leader Award of Merit, Wood Badge, Scouter’s Training Award, the Scouter’s Key, and the District Award of Merit. Michael and his wife Lori have three children. On behalf of the Central New Jersey Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Michael Moriarty.

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

J. Crawford Compton John R. Fenton Edward Furlong Lester H. Grubman Sanford M. Tallman Leon White Frank Dargue Francis Norkus George M. Pope George Leavy Joan Wyman H. Ray Young

Edwina Howell Paul Kolodziej Harold Scott Charles Stratton William Sweetnam

Joseph L. Arata Lloyd H. Belton Kathy LaFalce William P. Walton, III William A. Smith

1990

Michael Badal Keith Garling Thomas Galvin James A. Milton Harold Walthers

Donald B. Dellett Richard Goldman John Kay William Quakenbush Jr Patricia Straniero

1991

Roy W. Bradbury Louanne J. Whitlow Water Litowinsky Robert C. Stanley, Jr. Harry O'Connor

Bray B. Barnes Dr. John K. Bixby William Koehler John Kozlowski Robert D. Shea

1992

Gen. Paul A. Feyereisen Robert Greene George J. Heidemark Jerome Jarger Charles "Buck" Smith John W. Wesner, Jr.

1983

Albert P. Aszman William P. Hynson Ronald M. Maslo Benedict Mazzucco James Nickels Mary Nugent Carl J. Unsinn

1986

1988

Edward G. Fiedler Frank Fine J. T. Kwon William Levy Alva "Bud" Perrine John Tumpey

1989

Walter Barnes, Jr. Walter T. Downing Sr Guy Geoly Robert Hurley David B. Nugent

1985

1987

Frank Allocca Richard Bonello Jean May N. Ward Miles Jay Petersen

1982

1984

Don R.Morris, Sr. Joyce Scanlon

Richard Callinan John Cavanaugh Lou Erb John W. Ludi Evelyn Johansen Ronald R. Schmidt

Charles Fenton Marilyn Kreider William H. Lucas Janice M. Marchetti

Jane G. Clayton William M. Kinney John Malcolm Herbert Neuhaus, Jr. M. Alice Quakenbush

Major General David Gust William Mayer Susan Wagner Richard Wheeler William E. Wilson

2000 David Dellett Charles V. Messina William Pearce Paul Switaj Beverly Yackel 2001 Tod Brogowski John Surrette Edwin T. Rogers Dominic A. D’Orazio Edmund C. Semple 2002 Gerald Ceres Richard M. Edwards Kevin Keiser 2003 Kenneth A. Bonnell James H. Brown David R. Legg 2004 Michael Applegate Allen Andreatch Phillip C. Crichton, Sr. 2005 David Crow Tom Bogart Kathy Koping Randall Smith Michael Elton Jan Wouters

June C. Fine

2006 Margaret N. Crow Wayne J. Mason Fred M. Stringer Francis J. Wood

William E. Kayal Catharine S. Oliver Charles A. Spitz

2007 Chester Apy Frank A. Davidson Carl P. Gross

1994

George Applegate Thomas J. Kononowitz Gordon R. Prochnow Henry E. VanDyke Herbert R. Werth, Jr.

2008 Steven D. Buckley Timothy A. Knotts Brian J. Valentino

1995

Cortlandt W. Best J. Fred Billett Pierce R. Capell Rheinhardt “Bud” Hassler

1996

Dolores Heller Milton G. Hughes Ronald Jacobson Denis Longo Peter S. Reinhart John L. Reng

1997

Vinnie Heller Chris Hughes Harvey C. Noschese, Jr. Tom Rospos Dave Wolverton

1998

Sanford D. Brown Albert “Wes” Olson Thomas E. Ritchie Robert J. Smith, Jr. Thomas Turner

1993

William A. Counterman

James C. Ewin Vivienne McCoach William C. Schroeder

William Bellars Michael A. Homoky Frank W. Kakol Michael N. Wyman Lee Pannebaker

1999

Linda (Hassler) Gumina

2009 William Bishop Jr. Sandy-Matthew Reisig Kurt Kalafsky Spencer Morasch 2010 William F. Mollica Duncan C. Thecker 2011

Mary Anne DeVarti M. Claire French Adam Puharic Maurice Zagha

2012

Sandra T. Byard William F. Faverzani Thomas A. Kraeutler William A. Meyler

2013

Richard R. Hough III Donald W. Schaffner David L. Tinker


Daniel J. Dunn

Monmouth Council Silver Beaver Awards Over The Years 1932-2013

“ This award is made for noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth by registered Cub Scouters, Scouters, Varsity Scouters, and Venturing leaders within the territory under the jurisdiction of a local council.” 1932

Arthur Brisbane

1933

Calvin Derrick

1934

W. Warren Barbour

1939

Frederick Housman

1940

William A. Gassin Stanley E. Manchee

1941

Harry W. Mountz

1942

Dr. Edwin F. Stewart Henry Ackerson, Jr. Amory L. Haskell Claude J. Merchant

1943

Rev. Charles Hogate G. Harold Nevius Monroe Eisner

1944

Russell L. Tetley Sanford C. Flint

1945

Harry Feldt

1946

E. Donald Sterner Walter G. Burkhardt

1947

William Buschbaum Louis E. Cooke

1948

Theodore D.Parsons J. Townley Carr

1949

Amos E. Kraybill Wilfred F. Pine

1950

Kendall H. Lee James F. Flynn

1951

Stanley H. Green Edgar O. Murphy

1952

Taylor Gregory Irving J. Feist Francis Bruce

1953

De La Barre Asbury E. T. M. Carr William F. Mattison

1954

Carl A. Thunnel Lawrence Heppa Malcolm Severance

1955

Frederick E. Fitch Morgan C. Knapp Charles S. Smith Isaiah T. Young L. Vance Jefferis

1956

Howard Roberts Thomas B. Morley Frank G. Flemming

1957

Herbert W. Brockel Howard L. Smith Warren DeBrown Ernest Pexeux

1958

Lloyd S. Casel Amos Henderson Albert Quackenbush Albert VanNostrand

1959

E. Murray Todd Robert Herman Oscar A. Newquist

1960

Earl W. Huber Theodore J Labrecque Dr. Norman T. Sauer J. Peter Schafer Walter J. Beyer

1961

Everett H. Antonides Herbert Henningsen L. Leon Schanck, Sr. William Sweetland Jr

1962

William E. Firth LeRoy A. Johnson Ross C. Thompson Alfred Westerfield, Jr.

1964

1966

1967

William A. Dinger Andrew Lennert John O. Pearce Hunter Pollock Robert S. Skinner Herbert C. Smith Merrill H. Thompson Dr. Ernest Vopicka Harold N. West T. Leslie Grace J. Allen Mohn Leonard E. Hofman Edward Ferrari, Jr. David J. Minott William J. Rahill, Sr. Charles H. Vreeland C. Earl Bennett Dominick Cerrato Seymour Burke Philip C. Carling Edward G. Walder W. Allen Turner

1968

Gen. W. Preston Corderman Albert N. Hulick George P. Engeldrum John T. Moore Dennis C. Wood Thomas J. Devlin William Knuckles Paul Sommers, Sr. Henry C. Young Walter R. Voorhees James A. Noddings

1970

Augustus Bogart Thomas M. Dunlap Israel Rogosin Junior Bouk Edwin M. Ambler Dr. Carl M. Marchetti Keith Otto Alex Goldfine Russell Minton

1971

William Berryman William Bishop Sr. Evelyn Forsberg Roy Forsberg Dr. William Goldfine Charles W. Houston William J. Miners Robert A. McCue

1972

Hildur Abrams Mary Allocca Jean Berg Ludevit Cerven Elmer H. Cook Manuel Gale W. R. Ed Kiely, Jr. Harry P. Seamen Robert L. Stickle

1973

1974

Gen. Chester A. Charles Lloyd F. Christianson Marshall W. Errickson Robert S. Hopkins Dr. Robert P Lawrence Eugene C. McLaren Dorothy Prochnow Francis Starnick John Cox Virginia Dick Donald S. McCoach, Sr. Robert O. Mayberry Robert Pfleger Marian Todd Smith Curtis F. Tinker, Jr. Edward R. Weickel

Eagle Scout – Banker – Avid Fisherman Eagle Scout Daniel Dunn earned an Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Brookdale Community College, and is employed as an Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager for Valley National Bank. Dan is the Emergency Management Coordinator for Shrewsbury Township, serves as Treasurer for the Alfred Vail Mutual Association, and is a member of the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce. Dan served in the US Army as a Military Police Officer, and he is an NRA Certified Instructor and Range Safety Officer. He is a member of the Monmouth Council Executive Board, and serves on the Camping Committee, NESA and Alumni Committees, and Dan is also the Chairman of the High Adventure and Shooting Sports Committees. He also serves on the Council FOS Committee, as the Venturing Forum Commissioner, and as an Associate Crew Advisor. Dan has also served as an Assistant Scoutmaster, and on the Twin Lights District Committee. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, his Scouting awards include the Arrow of Light, Arrowhead Honor Award, BSA Alumni Award, District Committee Key, James E. West Fellowship Award, and the District Award of Merit. Dan and his wife Christina are active in the Christian Church of Red Bank. For his distinguished service to the youth of Monmouth Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Daniel Dunn.


Monmouth Council Award History

Rosalind Seawright Community Volunteer – Health Care Executive – Educator Rosalind Seawright earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the College of New Jersey, and a Master of Arts in Education from Georgian Court University. She is employed by Meridian Health as a Community Health Instructor and Teen Outreach Program facilitator. Rosalind has a long record of volunteer service to youth within Monmouth County, including serving on the board of directors of the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, the Salvation Army, the Parker Family Health Center, Jack and Jill of America, and she currently serves on the Executive Board of the Monmouth Council as the Chair of the Multicultural Initiatives Committee. A direct result of this role has been the chartering of a Pack and Troop to the Second Baptist Church in Asbury Park. Rosalind has been recognized as a Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, as well as with their Outstanding Achievement Award. She has also received the New Jersey Minority Achievers Award from the Community YMCA.

Silver Antelope (Regional) 1953 Irving J. Feist 1959 E. Donald Sterner 1967 E. Murray Todd 1971 Dr. Carl M. Marchetti 1973 Philip C. Carling 1976 Rev. Robert S. Skinner 1985 J. Fred Billett 1998 Bray Barnes 2003 William Kinney 2005 Robert J. Smith 2011 Charles A. Spitz 2014 Gerard G. Case

Silver Buffalo (National) 1935 Calvin Derrick 1959 Irving J. Feist 1973 Joseph A. Brunton, Jr. 1978 Dorothy Fiest 1990 Dr. Carl M. Marchetti 2007 Bray B. Barnes 2014 Robert J. Smith, Jr

BPO Elks Marvin M. Lewis Elks and Scouting Award 2007 Charles A. Spitz

Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal 2006 LCDR Charles A. Spitz

Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award 2002 Charles W. Kemp 2003 William D. Doran 2003 Albert W. Olsen 2003 William J. Quakenbush 2003 Stanley J. Weinstein 2006 David A. Crow 2006 Douglas R. Policastro 2006 Charles A. Spitz 2007 Ronald Maslo

Bronze Wolf (International) 1969 Irving Fiest

Rosalind and her husband Joseph have two children. For her distinguished service to the youth of Monmouth County, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Rosalind Seawright.

Distinguished Eagle Scout Award 1991 Dr. Carl Marchetti 1991 Charles A. Spitz 1994 Wendell Smith 1996 Chester Apy 2005 James Hickey

Sons of the American Revolution Robert E. Burt Award 2011 Brian J. Valentino

American Legion Square Knot Award 2006 Stanley J Weinstein


Monmouth Council Award History

Rosalind Seawright Community Volunteer – Health Care Executive – Educator Rosalind Seawright earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the College of New Jersey, and a Master of Arts in Education from Georgian Court University. She is employed by Meridian Health as a Community Health Instructor and Teen Outreach Program facilitator. Rosalind has a long record of volunteer service to youth within Monmouth County, including serving on the board of directors of the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, the Salvation Army, the Parker Family Health Center, Jack and Jill of America, and she currently serves on the Executive Board of the Monmouth Council as the Chair of the Multicultural Initiatives Committee. A direct result of this role has been the chartering of a Pack and Troop to the Second Baptist Church in Asbury Park. Rosalind has been recognized as a Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, as well as with their Outstanding Achievement Award. She has also received the New Jersey Minority Achievers Award from the Community YMCA.

Silver Antelope (Regional) 1953 Irving J. Feist 1959 E. Donald Sterner 1967 E. Murray Todd 1971 Dr. Carl M. Marchetti 1973 Philip C. Carling 1976 Rev. Robert S. Skinner 1985 J. Fred Billett 1998 Bray Barnes 2003 William Kinney 2005 Robert J. Smith 2011 Charles A. Spitz 2014 Gerard G. Case

Silver Buffalo (National) 1935 Calvin Derrick 1959 Irving J. Feist 1973 Joseph A. Brunton, Jr. 1978 Dorothy Fiest 1990 Dr. Carl M. Marchetti 2007 Bray B. Barnes 2014 Robert J. Smith, Jr

BPO Elks Marvin M. Lewis Elks and Scouting Award 2007 Charles A. Spitz

Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal 2006 LCDR Charles A. Spitz

Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award 2002 Charles W. Kemp 2003 William D. Doran 2003 Albert W. Olsen 2003 William J. Quakenbush 2003 Stanley J. Weinstein 2006 David A. Crow 2006 Douglas R. Policastro 2006 Charles A. Spitz 2007 Ronald Maslo

Bronze Wolf (International) 1969 Irving Fiest

Rosalind and her husband Joseph have two children. For her distinguished service to the youth of Monmouth County, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Rosalind Seawright.

Distinguished Eagle Scout Award 1991 Dr. Carl Marchetti 1991 Charles A. Spitz 1994 Wendell Smith 1996 Chester Apy 2005 James Hickey

Sons of the American Revolution Robert E. Burt Award 2011 Brian J. Valentino

American Legion Square Knot Award 2006 Stanley J Weinstein


Daniel J. Dunn

Monmouth Council Silver Beaver Awards Over The Years 1932-2013

“ This award is made for noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth by registered Cub Scouters, Scouters, Varsity Scouters, and Venturing leaders within the territory under the jurisdiction of a local council.” 1932

Arthur Brisbane

1933

Calvin Derrick

1934

W. Warren Barbour

1939

Frederick Housman

1940

William A. Gassin Stanley E. Manchee

1941

Harry W. Mountz

1942

Dr. Edwin F. Stewart Henry Ackerson, Jr. Amory L. Haskell Claude J. Merchant

1943

Rev. Charles Hogate G. Harold Nevius Monroe Eisner

1944

Russell L. Tetley Sanford C. Flint

1945

Harry Feldt

1946

E. Donald Sterner Walter G. Burkhardt

1947

William Buschbaum Louis E. Cooke

1948

Theodore D.Parsons J. Townley Carr

1949

Amos E. Kraybill Wilfred F. Pine

1950

Kendall H. Lee James F. Flynn

1951

Stanley H. Green Edgar O. Murphy

1952

Taylor Gregory Irving J. Feist Francis Bruce

1953

De La Barre Asbury E. T. M. Carr William F. Mattison

1954

Carl A. Thunnel Lawrence Heppa Malcolm Severance

1955

Frederick E. Fitch Morgan C. Knapp Charles S. Smith Isaiah T. Young L. Vance Jefferis

1956

Howard Roberts Thomas B. Morley Frank G. Flemming

1957

Herbert W. Brockel Howard L. Smith Warren DeBrown Ernest Pexeux

1958

Lloyd S. Casel Amos Henderson Albert Quackenbush Albert VanNostrand

1959

E. Murray Todd Robert Herman Oscar A. Newquist

1960

Earl W. Huber Theodore J Labrecque Dr. Norman T. Sauer J. Peter Schafer Walter J. Beyer

1961

Everett H. Antonides Herbert Henningsen L. Leon Schanck, Sr. William Sweetland Jr

1962

William E. Firth LeRoy A. Johnson Ross C. Thompson Alfred Westerfield, Jr.

1964

1966

1967

William A. Dinger Andrew Lennert John O. Pearce Hunter Pollock Robert S. Skinner Herbert C. Smith Merrill H. Thompson Dr. Ernest Vopicka Harold N. West T. Leslie Grace J. Allen Mohn Leonard E. Hofman Edward Ferrari, Jr. David J. Minott William J. Rahill, Sr. Charles H. Vreeland C. Earl Bennett Dominick Cerrato Seymour Burke Philip C. Carling Edward G. Walder W. Allen Turner

1968

Gen. W. Preston Corderman Albert N. Hulick George P. Engeldrum John T. Moore Dennis C. Wood Thomas J. Devlin William Knuckles Paul Sommers, Sr. Henry C. Young Walter R. Voorhees James A. Noddings

1970

Augustus Bogart Thomas M. Dunlap Israel Rogosin Junior Bouk Edwin M. Ambler Dr. Carl M. Marchetti Keith Otto Alex Goldfine Russell Minton

1971

William Berryman William Bishop Sr. Evelyn Forsberg Roy Forsberg Dr. William Goldfine Charles W. Houston William J. Miners Robert A. McCue

1972

Hildur Abrams Mary Allocca Jean Berg Ludevit Cerven Elmer H. Cook Manuel Gale W. R. Ed Kiely, Jr. Harry P. Seamen Robert L. Stickle

1973

1974

Gen. Chester A. Charles Lloyd F. Christianson Marshall W. Errickson Robert S. Hopkins Dr. Robert P Lawrence Eugene C. McLaren Dorothy Prochnow Francis Starnick John Cox Virginia Dick Donald S. McCoach, Sr. Robert O. Mayberry Robert Pfleger Marian Todd Smith Curtis F. Tinker, Jr. Edward R. Weickel

Eagle Scout – Banker – Avid Fisherman Eagle Scout Daniel Dunn earned an Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Brookdale Community College, and is employed as an Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager for Valley National Bank. Dan is the Emergency Management Coordinator for Shrewsbury Township, serves as Treasurer for the Alfred Vail Mutual Association, and is a member of the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce. Dan served in the US Army as a Military Police Officer, and he is an NRA Certified Instructor and Range Safety Officer. He is a member of the Monmouth Council Executive Board, and serves on the Camping Committee, NESA and Alumni Committees, and Dan is also the Chairman of the High Adventure and Shooting Sports Committees. He also serves on the Council FOS Committee, as the Venturing Forum Commissioner, and as an Associate Crew Advisor. Dan has also served as an Assistant Scoutmaster, and on the Twin Lights District Committee. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, his Scouting awards include the Arrow of Light, Arrowhead Honor Award, BSA Alumni Award, District Committee Key, James E. West Fellowship Award, and the District Award of Merit. Dan and his wife Christina are active in the Christian Church of Red Bank. For his distinguished service to the youth of Monmouth Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Daniel Dunn.


1975

Michael Moriarty Eagle Scout – Coach – Scout Leader Eagle Scout Michael Moriarty earned a Bachelor of Arts from St. Johns University, and is employed as a data delivery manager by the JOC Group. Michael has served as a baseball coach, softball coach, and he has been active as a member of the South Brunswick High School Marching Band Pit Crew. Currently a member of the Middlesex District Committee, as well as the Troop Committee member, Michael has served on the staff of four Wood Badge Courses, as a member of the Joyce Kilmer District Camporee and Pinewood Derby Committees for several years, as well as serving as a member of the Central New Jersey Council Camporee Committee. He has also served as an Assistant Scoutmaster, Tiger Cub Leader, Den Leader, Webelos Den Leader, and Cubmaster. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, his Scouting awards include the Arrow of Light, youth religious award, Tiger Cub Leader Award, Den Leader Award, Webelos Leader Award, Cubmaster Award, Unit Leader Award of Merit, Wood Badge, Scouter’s Training Award, the Scouter’s Key, and the District Award of Merit. Michael and his wife Lori have three children. On behalf of the Central New Jersey Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Michael Moriarty.

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

J. Crawford Compton John R. Fenton Edward Furlong Lester H. Grubman Sanford M. Tallman Leon White Frank Dargue Francis Norkus George M. Pope George Leavy Joan Wyman H. Ray Young

Edwina Howell Paul Kolodziej Harold Scott Charles Stratton William Sweetnam

Joseph L. Arata Lloyd H. Belton Kathy LaFalce William P. Walton, III William A. Smith

1990

Michael Badal Keith Garling Thomas Galvin James A. Milton Harold Walthers

Donald B. Dellett Richard Goldman John Kay William Quakenbush Jr Patricia Straniero

1991

Roy W. Bradbury Louanne J. Whitlow Water Litowinsky Robert C. Stanley, Jr. Harry O'Connor

Bray B. Barnes Dr. John K. Bixby William Koehler John Kozlowski Robert D. Shea

1992

Gen. Paul A. Feyereisen Robert Greene George J. Heidemark Jerome Jarger Charles "Buck" Smith John W. Wesner, Jr.

1983

Albert P. Aszman William P. Hynson Ronald M. Maslo Benedict Mazzucco James Nickels Mary Nugent Carl J. Unsinn

1986

1988

Edward G. Fiedler Frank Fine J. T. Kwon William Levy Alva "Bud" Perrine John Tumpey

1989

Walter Barnes, Jr. Walter T. Downing Sr Guy Geoly Robert Hurley David B. Nugent

1985

1987

Frank Allocca Richard Bonello Jean May N. Ward Miles Jay Petersen

1982

1984

Don R.Morris, Sr. Joyce Scanlon

Richard Callinan John Cavanaugh Lou Erb John W. Ludi Evelyn Johansen Ronald R. Schmidt

Charles Fenton Marilyn Kreider William H. Lucas Janice M. Marchetti

Jane G. Clayton William M. Kinney John Malcolm Herbert Neuhaus, Jr. M. Alice Quakenbush

Major General David Gust William Mayer Susan Wagner Richard Wheeler William E. Wilson

2000 David Dellett Charles V. Messina William Pearce Paul Switaj Beverly Yackel 2001 Tod Brogowski John Surrette Edwin T. Rogers Dominic A. D’Orazio Edmund C. Semple 2002 Gerald Ceres Richard M. Edwards Kevin Keiser 2003 Kenneth A. Bonnell James H. Brown David R. Legg 2004 Michael Applegate Allen Andreatch Phillip C. Crichton, Sr. 2005 David Crow Tom Bogart Kathy Koping Randall Smith Michael Elton Jan Wouters

June C. Fine

2006 Margaret N. Crow Wayne J. Mason Fred M. Stringer Francis J. Wood

William E. Kayal Catharine S. Oliver Charles A. Spitz

2007 Chester Apy Frank A. Davidson Carl P. Gross

1994

George Applegate Thomas J. Kononowitz Gordon R. Prochnow Henry E. VanDyke Herbert R. Werth, Jr.

2008 Steven D. Buckley Timothy A. Knotts Brian J. Valentino

1995

Cortlandt W. Best J. Fred Billett Pierce R. Capell Rheinhardt “Bud” Hassler

1996

Dolores Heller Milton G. Hughes Ronald Jacobson Denis Longo Peter S. Reinhart John L. Reng

1997

Vinnie Heller Chris Hughes Harvey C. Noschese, Jr. Tom Rospos Dave Wolverton

1998

Sanford D. Brown Albert “Wes” Olson Thomas E. Ritchie Robert J. Smith, Jr. Thomas Turner

1993

William A. Counterman

James C. Ewin Vivienne McCoach William C. Schroeder

William Bellars Michael A. Homoky Frank W. Kakol Michael N. Wyman Lee Pannebaker

1999

Linda (Hassler) Gumina

2009 William Bishop Jr. Sandy-Matthew Reisig Kurt Kalafsky Spencer Morasch 2010 William F. Mollica Duncan C. Thecker 2011

Mary Anne DeVarti M. Claire French Adam Puharic Maurice Zagha

2012

Sandra T. Byard William F. Faverzani Thomas A. Kraeutler William A. Meyler

2013

Richard R. Hough III Donald W. Schaffner David L. Tinker


Congratulations

2014 Silver Antelope Recipient Gerard “Jerry” C. Case

Edward Lonyai Commissioner – Photographer – Scout Leader Edward Lonyai is a professional photographer employed by Mack Camera. Ed teaches forensic photography and lighting, and he has served as a member of the White House Press Corps. His photographic adventures have taken him around the world, and have included underwater and aerial photography. He has served as President of the Temple Emanu-El Men’s Club, as well as Associate Chief Deputy Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias for the State of New Jersey. Ed is currently a member of the Middlesex District Committee, an Assistant District Commissioner, and he has previously served as a Den Leader, Webelos Leader, Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop Committee member, Unit Commissioner, District Commissioner, as well as serving as a member of Jewish Committee for Scouting. His Scouting awards include the Arrow of Light, Commissioner’s Key, Distinguished Commissioner Award, Wood Badge, and the District Award of Merit.

2014 Silver Buffalo Recipient Robert “Bob” J. Smith

Edward and his wife Elaine have three children. On behalf of the Central New Jersey Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Edward Lonyai.


Timothy N. Burman Eagle Scout – Financial Planner – Scout Leader Eagle Scout Timothy Burman earned a Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University, and a Master of Business Administration from the Stanford School of Business, and he is a Certified Financial Planner.

Please join us later this year as Monmouth Council presents the 41st Annual Joshua Huddy Distinguished Citizen Award to

He has served as President of the South Brunswick Jaycees, and as Treasurer of the Princeton Dial, Elm, and Cannon Club for over thirty years. He is also a trustee of the Princeton Prospect Foundation. Tim has served as a member of the Joyce Kilmer District Committee, the former Thomas Edison Council Long Range Planning Committee, Council Training Committee, as well serving as an Assistant Scoutmaster and Chairman of a Troop Committee. He has served as a leader for scouts attending the Maine High Adventure, Florida Sea Base, and Philmont. In addition to being an Eagle Scout, his Scouting awards include the Unit Leader Award of Merit and the District Award of Merit. Tim and his wife Pat have two children. On behalf of the Central New Jersey Council, it is with great pride that the Monmouth Council presents the Silver Beaver Award to Timothy Burman.

Joseph J. Sarno, Jr. Executive Vice President

at the 2014 “Gala Under The Stars” Saturday, November 8, 2014 7:00pm, Navesink Country Club Sponsorship & Journal opportunities available


Council Annual Recognition Dinner June 4th, 2014

2014 Scouting Highlights Monmouth Council was recognized again in 2013 for its volunteer leadership, program excellence and a balanced budget. The council’s rich heritage of service to youth and families and tradition of citizenship, character and leadership development, and community service throughout central New Jersey, and now serving southern Middlesex County, continues to thrive. Thousands of youth served in all age ranges, including young women in the co-ed Venturing and Exploring programs, as well as the expanded All-Markets Scouting Initiative for underserved and diverse youth and families. Dedicated volunteer leadership of over 3,000 men and women, and growing Council Alumni Association. 200 Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Venturing Crews and Exploring Posts with chartered partners including religious institutions, service clubs, and community organizations. 77.5% youth retention, one of the highest in the country, and for Scouts receiving Boys’ Life magazine, highest in the country for same size councils. 2012-2017 Monmouth Council Strategic Plan continues to provide the vision and direction in setting a course for our future. Over 3,000 youth participate at nationally accredited Quail Hill Scout Reservation and Forestburg Scout Reservation. Our camps and outdoor education facilities are used year-round and are accessible for people with special needs. Camp capital projects include at QHSR- a new Shooting Sports program area with new Archery and BB Pavillions, and renovation of the Pool House. At FSRa new Dan Beard Shower House, new Ecology Program Center and renovation of the Health Lodge with new Wolverton Trading Post Pavillion. 241 youth awarded the Eagle Scout Rank in 2013, including new Middlesex District, another benchmark year, with over 40,000 Eagle community service project hours, valued at over $250,000.

Master of Ceremonies - Brian J. Valentino Executive Board Member, Monmouth Council, BSA Opening Ceremony

Honor Guard Pack 83 & Troop 97

Welcome Invocation Scout Executive’s Welcome Council President’s Remarks Council Commissioner Recognitions Training Recognitions Activities Recognitions Membership Recognitions Fund Development Recognitions Camping/Properties Recognitions New Jersey Scout Museum Recognitions National Eagle Scout Association

Brian J. Valentino Stanley A. Weinstein Lee A. Marconi Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA Edwina A. Howell Kenneth A. Bonnell Wendy Weiss David L. Tinker Linda J. Hassler James Phillips & Spencer Morasch Frederic Pachman& Spencer Morasch Brian J. Valentino

-DinnerEndowment Recognitions E. Donald Sterner Recognitions Special Recognitions

Dr. Carl Marchetti M.D. & Charles A. Spitz, AIA Charles A. Spitz, AIA Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA

Medal of Merit

Bray B. Barnes

Silver Antelope Award

Bray B. Barnes

Silver Buffalo Award

Bray B. Barnes

Silver Beaver Awards

Bray B. Barnes

Adjourn

Brian J. Valentino


Nearly 6,000 youth advanced in rank, a measure of growth and success and over 7,000 Merit Badges earned, a measure of new skills and knowledge gained, with Monmouth Council top ten in the country. Thousands of community service hours, including Hurricane Sandy relief and recovery efforts, the Scouting For Food Campaign with over 40,000 items collected for local pantries, and Na Tsi Hi Order of the Arrow Lodge, recognized again as a leading Lodge in the country. Innovative programs including BSA Adopt-A-School with nearly 20 schools adopted by units conducting service and other school projects, Kosher dining service and Shomer Shabbat program at FSR, and continued partnership with “Garden State Rocks”, a state-of-the-art indoor climbing facility in the back space at the Scout Service Center.

Scout Oath On my honor I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

177 Scouts, Venturers, and volunteer leaders and staff attended the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, at “The Summit” Bechtel Reserve in the New River Gorge area of West Virginia, the new 10,000 acre BSA National Scout Reserve and High Adventure Base, and site of the World Scout Jamboree in 2019. 120+ Scouts and leaders will experience a high-adventure trip of a lifetime at Philmont Scout Reservation in Cimarron, New Mexico, in summer 2014, as part of the Monmouth Council Philmont Trek contingent. National Youth Leadership Training course completed with 45 participants, the premier BSA training and leadership development course for youth leaders. James E. West Fellowship Campaign “100 For 100” to build the Council’s Endowment for the 2nd century of Scouting. Successful special events included the 40th Annual Joshua Huddy “Gala Under The Stars”, the 30th Annual Scout Golf Classic and the District “Good Scout Award” Receptions, along with our vital Friends of Scouting Campaign.

Thank you! To all of our leaders, parents, volunteers, and community friends helping to provide thousands of youth a quality Scouting program throughout Monmouth Council.


Monmouth Council Officers Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA CSI., President Edwina A. Howell, Commissioner Sanford D. Brown, Esq., Executive Vice President Carl P. Gross, Esq., Executive Vice President Frank Davidson, Vice President, Administration Linda J. Hassler, MS, RN Vice President, Fund Development Carl M. Marchetti, MD, Vice President, Endowment Wayne J. Menz, Esq., Vice President, Membership William A. Meyler, CPA, Treasurer/ Vice President, Finance William F. Mollica, Jr., Vice President, Program Donald W. Schaffner, PhD, Vice President, District Operations & Volunteer Development David L. Tinker, Vice President, Marketing Monmouth Council Staff Lee Marconi, Scout Executive Stephen Smith, Assistant Scout Executive Kathleen Picciano, Senior District Executive Stacey Ehling, District Executive Chris Quakenbush, District Executive Dan Garrihy, District Executive George Kaiser, Ranger FSR Adam Shumard, Ranger QHSR Sharon Schultz, Office Manager Cathy Brown, Executive Assistant Angela Emer, Registrar Marjorie Ramirez, Program/Camping Specialist Adrienne Gotttlieb, Finance Specialist Ruthellen Patterson, Field Secretary Thayne Tessenholtz, Production Assistant Paul Parisi, National Scout Shop Manager Visit us at: www.MonmouthBSA.org www.QHSRCamp.org www.FSRCamp.org

Monmouth Council Boy Scouts of America Annual Recognition Dinner Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 Ria Mar Restaurant South River, New Jersey


MCBSA Dinner Program