Eagle Scouts

Eagle Scouts

eagle-pictureIn Robert S. S. Baden-Powell’s 1908 book “Scouting For Boys” he introduced badges for achievement. The highest available was the Wolf Badge. It is said that Baden-Powell got the idea of awards from the American naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton, who passed along ideas from his book “Red Indian Boy Scouts of America.”

Persistent requests to recognize the American Eagle resulted in the renaming of the highest rank for the United States to Eagle in 1912.

We are proud to present the following 54 boys who have achieved Scouting’s highest honor as members of Troop 20:

  • Owen Sullivan – 2017
  • Kyle Dubay – 2017
  • Matthew Sojka – 2017
  • Jack Gasdia – 2017
  • Anthony  Holzhauser – 2016
  • Dylan Quinn – 2015
  • Frank Cuniff – 2015
  • Connor Hamilton – 2014
  • Eric Fernald – 2013
  • Christopher Fernald – 2013
  • Brett Reed – 2012
  • Dakota Descheneaux – 2012
  • Benjamin Bate – 2012
  • Phil Christopher – 2011
  •  Michael Undercofler – 2010
  • James Gillum, 2009
  • Rory Chamberlin, 2009
  • Matt Preston, 2008
  • Dan Zaharchuk, 2008
  • Justin McKenney, 2008
  • Michael Berry, 2007
  • Kyle Harris, 2006
  • Nick Gaudet – 2005
  • Bryant Chamberlin, 2005
  • Craig Wilson, 2005
  • Chris Keegan, 2004
  • Mike Perrotta, 2004
  • Brett Chamberlin, 2003
  • Jack Walsh, 2003
  • Ken Quinlan, 2002
  • Brandon Griggs, 2002
  • Michael Theroux, 2002
  • Ryan L’Italien, 2002
  • Mike Griggs, 2001
  • Adam Griggs, 2000
  • Patrick Bailey, 2000
  • Mathew Joyce, 2000
  • Ben Koschmann, 1999
  • Darrell Kiley, 1998
  • Tony Koschmann, 1998
  • Kevin Bohnert, 1998
  • Shaun Whitney, 1997
  • Ron Fontaine, 1997
  • Aaron Frederick, 1986
  • Bryan J. Coutu, 1981
  • Jay S. Cloutier, 1981
  • Scott D. Towle, 1980
  • Randall W. Haight, 1979
  • Thomas R. Dolbec, 1979
  • Steven E. Dolbec, 1978
  • Mark S. Towle, 1973
  • Glenn S. Stetzler, 1972
  • Robert E. Marden, 1971
  • Robert S. Alerman, Jr, 1971