The Silver Beaver Award Page 1: The Silver Beaver€™s EDGE, Twin Arrows, and Wood Badge. He has...

The National Council, acting through its Executive Board, awards the Silver Beaver. This award may be made each year upon the nomination of the local council. It is made for noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth by registered Scouters within the territory under the jurisdiction of the Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America. Silver Beaver Award In 1931 B.S.A. President Mortimer L. Schiff recommended to the National Board that an award be devised for recognition of distinguished service to youth by local councils, and the concept of the Silver Beaver recognition was established. The Silver Beaver Award is the highest form of recognition that a local council can be- stow on a volunteer. The Longhorn Council has participated in this recognition program since its inception, presenting its first Silver Beaver Award since 1931. Currently more than 1034 adult leaders in our council have received the award. Although presentation is made by the council, all nominations submitted must be approved by the National Court of Honor before the award can be presented. Only those by their Scouting peers are considered by the local coun who have been nominated cil; in- dividuals may not nominate themselves. The selection process involves a Silver Beaver Selection Committee. The Silver Beaver Award April Twenty Fifth, Two Thousand Seventeen LONGHORN COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Hurst, Texas

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The Silver Beaver

The National Council, acting through its Executive Board, awards the Silver Beaver. This award may be made each year upon the nomination of the local council. It is made for noteworthy service of exceptional character to youth by registered Scouters within the territory under the jurisdiction of the Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America.

April Fifteenth, Two Thousand FourteenLONGHORN COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

Hurst, Texas

Silver Beaver Award

In 1931 B.S.A. President Mortimer L. Schiff recommended to the National Board that an award be devised for recognition of distinguished service to youth by local councils, and the concept of the Silver Beaver recognition was established.

The Silver Beaver Award is the highest form of recognition that a local councilcan bestow on a volunteer. The Longhorn Council has participated in this recognition program since its inception, presenting its first Silver Beaver Award since 1931.Currently more than 1010 adult leaders in our council have received the award.

Although presentation is made by the council, all nominations submitted must beapproved by the National Court of Honor before the award can be presented. Only thosewho have been nominated by their Scouting peers are considered by the local council;individuals may not nominate themselves. The selection process involves a SilverBeaver Selection Committee. Members of the 2014 Silver Beaver Committee are listedin the back of this book.

April Nineteenth, Two Thousand Sixteen LONGHORN COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

Hurst, Texas

In 1931 B.S.A. President Mortimer L. Schiff recommended to the National Board that an award be devised for recognition of distinguished service to youth by local councils, and the concept of the Silver Beaver recognition was established.

The Silver Beaver Award is the highest form of recognition that a local council can be-stow on a volunteer. The Longhorn Council has participated in this recognition program since its inception, presenting its first Silver Beaver Award since 1931. Currently more than 1034 adult leaders in our council have received the award.

Although presentation is made by the council, all nominations submitted must be approved by the National Court of Honor before the award can be presented. Only those

by their Scouting peers are considered by the local counwho have been nominated cil; in-dividuals may not nominate themselves. The selection process involves a Silver Beaver Selection Committee.

The Silver Beaver Award

April Twenty Fifth, Two Thousand SeventeenLONGHORN COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

Hurst, Texas

Scott Babcock

Scott has been involved in the Boy Scout program for much of his life. Growing up, he was a Cub scout from Wolf through Webelo earning his Arrow of Light. After a rough year of Boy Scouts, he went on to other activities during his teenage years including restoring a 65 Mustang with his dad. When his own boys were in elementary school, they came home wanting to be cub scouts and Scott most eagerly went to the Roundup with them. Even though he volunteered Mom to be the den leader, Scott was actively involved. It was no surprise when the pack was looking for an Assistant Cub master that his bride enthusiastically volunteered Scott. Within a couple of months, Scott became the cub master, inheriting unit of 9 cub scouts and no leaders. It was at this time that Scott decided to go to Wood Badge. He didn’t know anything about the program. All he knew is that it was going to take some radical action to get the pack going forward. As Scott worked his ticket, the pack grew! And leaders were eager to be trained. Within a year, the pack had grown to more than 40 boys and by the time his sons crossed over there were more than 60 cubscouts with trained leaders and involved families. The pack is still going strong today! Scott has served every unit level position. He works where needed for the good of the scouts. He has also served at the district level as Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner, Camporee Chairman and led most every training offered. At the council level, Scott has been heavily invested in Wood Badge serving as Course Director in 2011. He continues to serve where ever needed. He’s been a WB committee member, Course mentor, data keeper, bead maker, special projects, cook, audio visual. In his professional life, he is known for building high performing teams which he credits to what he has learned through the scouting program. Scott and his bride of 27 years, Dianne, who is also an avid scouter, are the proud parents of their, soon to be 21, triplets Emily and Eagle Scouts Kevin and Mark.

Terry Bell

Terry has been involved in Scouting in LHC from almost the day that her son (now Eagle Scout) Ethan became a Tiger Cub. She initially thought that she would watch from the sidelines while her husband served as the Tiger Den Leader. She was excited at the prospect of having extra “me” time during den meetings. Time to read, shop, watch a movie, etc. That didn’t last long.

She initially served as a Committee Member for Pack 418, and soon was asked to serve as its Committee Chair. While serving in that pack, she and her husband started Pack 88 at their home church, where she was also served as CC. They went back-and-forth between units, all while swapping out patches on their uniforms, using Velcro.

She then served for about 3.5 years as Mustang District Membership Chair, where she brought an enthusiasm and focus to membership, the likes that hadn’t been seen in years. Through her efforts, and in her training of unit leaders, Mustang was one of the few districts to show growth over that time. She was a tireless proponent of the Rocket into Scouting program and was instrumental in helping that recruiting tool become a success. During that same time-period, Terry was key part of the rollout of the Lion Pilot Program. She created the unit application and was the liaison between units and Council, where she guided each unit through the application and approval process.

She now serves as the Visual Storytelling Chair for LHC. She uses BSA guidelines for social media usage to train units on how to promote Scouting and to recruit and retain youth. Using her “alter-ego” of The Networking Scouter, she continues to promote the benefits of Scouting to youth and adults alike.

Curtis Boerner

For more than 30 years, Curtis an Eagle Scout, has been an active and vital part of many of the Longhorn Council’s most treasured programs. He is one of only a small handful of people who have served on the Worth Ranch staff for 10 summers, more than 10 Aquatic School Staffs, and more than 10 Twin Arrow staffs. Curtis is the only person in the history of the Longhorn Council who has done all three of these things!

In addition, Curtis has served as one of the unofficial photographers for the Longhorn Council for over 25 years. If you are a Silver Beaver recipient, chances are your program photo was taken by Curtis! Many of Curtis’ photos are used in Council and National publications.

Curtis loves to share his knowledge of whitewater canoeing with others and volunteered at Tarrant County College for 15 years teaching the sport to youth and adults. His expertise and love of boating is now being shared with Scouts through the Longhorn Council’s Aquatic School program. He was instrumental in its return in 2013, and is a founding member of the Aquatic School Committee.

Curtis has been married to his wife, Diana, for 12 years and shares his house with 2 dogs and a cat.

David Brynell

David Brynell has modelled his adult life from the example set by his mother, a nurse, and father, a pastor. They taught him that life is best lived in service to others. The lessons learned from his parents enabled him to be willing to step up to roles that needed to be performed. David has done this faithfully when the need has shown itself and is currently an ASM of Troop 499, Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner, Merit Badge Counselor, and Council Committee member. It is obvious that service is a large part of who David is and he is very active in Staffing Leader Specific Training, IOLS, BALOO, Wilderness First Aid, In-person YPT, Trainer’s EDGE, Twin Arrows, and Wood Badge.

He has been recognized multiple times for his service and is very active in all aspects of Scouting. He is an Order of the Arrow member, District Award of Merit, and several Training Awards, and Presbyterian Celtic Cross in 2012.

David is very active in his community and was asked to be a Career Day Presenter for 9 years for 4 different schools, District Science Fair Judge for 4 years, Engineering Week Volunteer for 7 years, and Puppet Ministry Leader for 3 years for his church. He literally gives of himself for others and has been a donor to Carter Blood Care and has given over 10 gallons over a 35-year period. His life is one of giving back to make a difference in this world.

Martha Ruth “Ginger” Cornick

In Brazos Valley District, we call Martha Ruth-“Ginger”. She has been a very important part of our Scouting family since she moved here from Houston in 2006. Ginger is deeply involved in her LDS church here in the Weatherford Stake which covers several counties including Parker, Tarrant and Hood county. She was a den leader for her son 25 years ago in the Sam Houston Council, but became re-involved when she moved here and was “assigned” to work with the youth in her church.

Since the Church requires that their Cub Scouts attend Day Camp during the summers, Ginger discovered that Brazos Valley District did not have a planned Day Camp in 2009 due to not having a volunteer director she asked to attend National Camp School in order to not only qualify for her boys in church, for the experience but also traditional Cub Scout packs as well. She has continued to be involved for 6 summers. She only missed two years and that was because she was on a Mission assignment in St. Louis. Ginger has also held the positions of ADC for LDS units in the Santa Fe and Silver Star districts at separate times. She has been the Roundtable Commissioner for two years. She has asked the Church to allow our district to use their Stake Center for multiple and varied Scouting activities and, many times for District Committee and Commissioner meetings, Roundtable, Day Camp, various training sessions and Fall recruiting activities.

This summer she will again be Program Director for Day Camp for Brazos Valley and continue working with her church units as well. As District Commissioner her calm demeanor and common sense have settled and smoothed rough waters several times during the past two years of change and progress. Brazos Valley scouting district could not function without Ginger Cornick.

David R. Cox

David R. Cox has proudly served scouting in the Denton area since 2007. He became active as an adult leader in Pack 167 when his son Kegan was a wide eyed Cub Scout. David enjoyed the scouting program, it was only an hour a week after all, and along with his son, bridged into Troop 140 in 2007.

During the past 10 years with Troop 140 the adventure has continued, serving as Assistant Scout Master, Scoutmaster and currently as the Crew 140 Advisor. In addition David has served the Frontier Trails District as the Camping Chair, Unit Commissioner and is currently serving as the District Commissioner.

Living the adventure of scouting, David has had the privilege of serving as a National Jamboree Scoutmaster for the 2013 Jamboree and as an Assistant Scout Master for the 2010 National Jamborees, completed a 100+ mile trek at Philmont , Wood Badge, achieved Brotherhood in the OA and continues to support troops and crews.

Scouting has played a major role in David’s life over the last few years, creating opportunities to build countless memories not only my son and other youth as we camped, hiked and learned how to lead others as well as yourself.

Robert Dailey

Eagle Scout Rob Dailey has grown up in an active Scouting family his mother and dad were both very active in Scouting. He has held numerous leadership positions in Trailblazer district and is now active in Trinity Trails district. He was Assistant Scoutmaster for 15 years in Trailblazer district for Troop 335 and Troop 554. He has also held leadership roles in Longhorn Council such as Council Committee Member for 9 years and Council Committee Chair for 2 years. He is very active in staffing training courses; it just comes natural for Rob to teach Scouting. He has worked in National Youth Leadership Training for over 12 years. He has staffed Trainers EDGE, Twin Arrows, NYLT Course Director and Wood Badge. Rob has served as a Course Director for both NYLT and Wood Badge. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow since 1995, National Eagle Scout Association since 1999, and received the Distinguished Service to Wood Badge in 2007. Rob received Wood Badge Award of the Year in 2010.

Rob’s current position in the Longhorn Council is Chairman of Council Building Committee from August 2015 to present and the position he currently holds in Trinity Trails is ASM/Webelo’s Den Leader. He works as the IT Manager for National Door Industries, and yes, it is owned by a Scouter.

Ken Gordon

Ken Gordon is an Eagle Scout who is active in numerous areas of our Council. He is currently the Vice President of Administration on the Longhorn Council Board and Executive Committee. He is also championing Online Registration. In addition, Ken is involved at the national level with the Guide to Advancement and the Eagle, Summit and Quartermaster Issues Task Force. He also remains active with the Mustang District and Troop 32.

Ken has been an active community and Scouting volunteer his entire life. He was Lodge Chief of his home lodge in Illinois. He also served as SPL and Staff of Junior Leader Training in the Northeast Illinois Council. Longhorn Council was fortunate he brought his talents to our Council. He has been active in various Scouting positions, including Troop Committee Chair, District Committee Chair, District Advancement Chair, Dean of the Council’s University of Scouting, Wood Badge Staff, District Eagle Board of Review Team, and Merit Badge Counselor.

He has been recognized with the Vigil Honor in the Order of the Arrow and District Award of Merit. He earned the Arrow of Light Award. He was involved in the Jamboree as an ASM in 2010 and will be on subcamp staff in 2017.

Audra Hampe

Audra Hampe has a younger brother who eagled, so when her boys expressed an interest she knew she wanted to get the boys involved. Her Scouting started in Okinawa Japan, when her son wanted to join Tiger Cubs.

She is a proud mother of two Eagle Scouts sons, one of which is currently attached to a Navy Nuclear Submarine and the other is a Logistics Major at University of North Texas, Denton.

She works passionately for the Children’s Television Network, raising funds to support the various hospitals and research areas associated with children’s diseases. Audra was a counselor for five years with the US Navy Relief Organization, and has been a Host Family for Okinawa AB for five years helping families transition. She has raised over 1,000,000 for Children’s Miracle Network and remains involved in this charity.

Audra enjoys working with special needs Scouts who want to Eagle. Helping them find their way is one of her passions.

Helen Luckett

Helen Luckett has a long history in Scouting and she has a rare award prior to the Silver Beaver Award, she was honored as a Silver Fawn, and a Silver Antelope. She also received the James E. West Society Fellowship Award in 2010. Helen was a National Camping School Instructor from 1975-1985. She was very active in Trinity Trails in pack 26, and was a District Committee Member in Advancement for Trinity Trails. She ran the Cub Scout Roundtable as the Trinity Trails Cub Scout Commissioner for 15 years. Scouting was a family experience in Helen’s life, her husband also received the Silver Beaver Award and was very active in Scouting. Helen has been a registered adult volunteer for over 59 years and is a true inspiration to all of us.

She is currently a board member of Longhorn Council and has been to every meeting when ever possible for over 42 years. Helen was involved in all unit levels of Scouting, Den Leader, Den Leader Coach, Pack Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Cubmaster, and Pack Committee. Her Trinity Trails positions were Training Committee Chairman, Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner, District Committee for over 15 years. Helen’s Scouting involvement did not stop there, on the Longhorn Council side she was Cub Scout Advancement Committee, Leadership Development Committee, Leadership Development Committee, organized Day Camp for disadvantaged Cub Scouts, Chairman Cub Scout Leader Training, Vice-Chairman Training Committee, Registrar Training Committee, and Council Training Committee. Helen Luckett has made her mark in Scouting and has changed many lives and as you can see her Scouting resume is very impressive, but not as impressive as she is!

David Pecora

Eagle Scout David Pecora is a lifelong scout. He first joined in 1982 as a Cubscout. Since then he has moved on to Boy Scouts, Venturing, Sea Scouts, District and Council Service. Currently, he serves on Mustang District Advancement Committee and is the Coordinator for Eagle Scout Board of Review. He is also a Unit Commissioner and is the Treasurer for Troop 336 in Keller, TX. David has one son, Ethan who is a Life Scout in Troop 336.

Prior to coming to Longhorn Council, David volunteered for Three Rivers Council where he was a Cubmaster at Pack 85 and Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 336. David Pecora is very active in Mustang district and his current position is District Advancement Coordinator, Merit Badge Counselor, and Committee Treasurer of Troop 336. Prior to Longhorn Council, David was extremely active in Three Rivers Council, his Scouting positions varied from Assistant Scoutmaster for 19 years with Troop 39, and Commander of Ship 5039 for 7 years. He enjoyed Scouting and he was part of the district leadership for Three Rivers Council as well, as a District Chair of Spindletop District, District Committee Member, and Unit Commissioner.

He enjoys Scouting with his 15 year old son, Ethan in Mustang district and they continue to find new adventures to enjoy in Longhorn Council. David graduated from Lamar University with a BBA in Management Information Systems & General Business. He also holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from University of Phoenix. David works for Tarrant County College as a Coordinator of Video Surveillance.

Lori Pope

Lori has been an adult volunteer in Scouting for 21 years. She was the Committee Chair for four years in Pack 431 when it was first formed, and a Committee Member of Troop 527 and Troop 11. All are in the Santa Fe District. Lori not only helped in the Santa Fe District, she made her mark in supporting the council as the Family FOS Chair for the Longhorn Council. She made changes in the system to make sure everyone had an opportunity to contribute which resulted in a record year of donations. Some of her ideas continue to be used in Santa Fe FOS.

Lori has staffed numerous Longhorn Council trainings, one of her favorites is Wood Badge. She was course director of S2-662-16-1. She is an Order of the Arrow member, and has been awarded the District Award of Merit. Lori has staffed LHC and Santa Fe District Camp-O-Ree’s, served on LHC National Jamboree Committees in 2001 and 2005, and chaperoned two groups of Scouts to Kandersteg International Scout Center, Switzerland.

Her desire to serve children is reflected in her professional career. While working at the Tarrant Area Food Bank she created programs to help feed children. Now employed at Praesidium Inc, Lori coordinates the Religious Services Team as they produce and implement child abuse prevention programs, worldwide.

Everyone could tell by Lori’s life that she wanted to make a difference for children in need. She worked relentlessly as a founding member of the committee that began the Tarrant County Back to School Roundup which serves approximately 5,000 under-privileged children each year, while she was heavily involved in Scouting. She is involved in many programs at her church, Crestmont Baptist Church of Burleson.

Lori met her husband Ken when she was 12 years old and they have been married for 31 years. They have one son, Matthew. He is an Eagle Scout and an Assistant Scoutmaster in Troop 11. Matthew assists with shooting sports throughout the Longhorn Council

Lori Pope is a true servant not only to the Scouting Program, but to her church and community. Her service to children is particularly commendable.

Mark Rosenfield

Mark Rosenfield is an active member of the Longhorn Council Board of Directors and has been for 20 years. Previous to this same time period, Mark was the Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 497 for 18 years and a Unit Commissioner for Troop 497, Trinity Trails district.

He was a participant in Commissioner Fast Start and Unit Commissioner Basic Training and Exploring Training. Mark is also known for his bravery, as a youth he received the BSA Award of Merit, National Court of Honor for Life Saving while he was a scout in Austin, Texas. He is very involved in his community and was the President of Tarrant County Jewish Federation, and served on the Tarrant B’nai B’rith Senior Housing Board. He was selected to serve on the National Young Leadership Cabinet for the United Jewish Appeal, and he served on the National Jewish Committee for Scouting.

Mark has received the Scouter’s Training Award, Roundtable Commissioner, Scouter’s Key, and the Award of Merit from the Boy Scouts of America National Court of Honor in 1964 for Life Saving. He has been active in Woodbadge in 1977 and a member of Order of the Arrow in 1978.

Mark grew up in Austin, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas in 1970. He graduated from St. Mary’s University School of Law in 1973. After graduating from law school, Mark joined the law firm of Loe & Warren in 1973, and quickly developed a reputation as a competent and aggressive litigator and advocate. He has practiced law for over 45 years and has a reputation as one of the pre-eminent family law attorneys in Texas. Both of Mark’s children have been involved in Scouting. His son Adam earned his Eagle in Troop 497, and his daughter, Jennifer earned her Gold Award in Girl Scouts.

Hugh Underwood

Hugh Underwood is very active in Trailblazer district and is currently the District Commissioner. As an Eagle Scout, Hugh is very happy to help in many areas that he sees a need. He has been a registered adult volunteer for 17 years. He has Staffed National Youth Leadership training, and Powder Horn. He has continued to be staff as Climbing Instructor, Climbing Director and Baloo for the Longhorn Council. Prior to Trailblazer district leadership roles, Hugh was very active in Roadrunner district as Committee Member, Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 340 and Troop 144.

He has been very active in his community as well, he was a board member of Children Education Search and Rescue, North Richland Hills Amateur Radio Club, and FEMA instructor for Texas Task Force. Hugh is very active in Tarrant County R.A.C.E. with the City of North Richland Hills as a R.A.C.E. coordinator, and Storm Spotter. He has been a Hug-a-Tree Program NASAR Instructor (The National Association for Search and Rescue) for 8 years and the National Youth Finger prints project for 10 years.

Hugh has made his impact on Scouting and at the same time contributed to the safety of his town and continues to serve both.

Longhorn CounCiL SiLver Beaver reCipientS

W. T. Barton, 1969Jim Bass, 1993Perry Bass, 1965Dr. Jerry Bawcom, 2008Michael A. Bay, 2007Harry Bean, 2015Max Beatty, 1975Forrest B. Beckell, UnknownJerome Becker, 1991Carroll Lee Beckom, 2011Mike Belcher, 2006Kevin Belknap, 2002G.W. Bell, 2014Walter H. Bell, 1970Dr. C. W. Benedict, Jr., 1987Dana Benesh, 2008Greg Benesh, 1998Fred Bennett, UnknownRobert Bennett, 1993Oscar Bilger, UnknownHulen Bills, Sr., 1986Gregory A. Bird, 2012Stephen A. Bischoff, 1999Chuck C. Black, 1967James R. Black, 1970Lawrence E. Black, 1950Nancy Blakney, 1982L. E. Blancke, 1944O. L. Blanton, 1939Thomas Wayne Blanton, 2004Frank C. Bliss, Jr., 1971Henry P. Bloomer, III, 2009Edward Bodiford, 1994Alton R. Boerner, 2012Brian Boerner, 2016Barbara Boettger, 2010Bryan Bogle, 2010Jesse L. Boomer, 1969Jack H. Boutotte, 1989Edgar Bowden, 1953Martin Bowen, 2004Homer A. Bower, 1969Gary L. Bowling, 1986Douglas Abernathy, 2004Jack Ablon, 1984Billy J. Adams, 1968Glenn Adams, 1998Harry J. Adams, 1940Leonard J. Adams, 1993Stephen D. Adams, 1997Cecil Alexander, 1984Donnie Allen, 2016Greg Anderson, 2010Harold Anderson, 1960Kent Anderson, 2011Kim Anderson, 2012Sharon Arbaugh, 1982Wayne Lee Arbaugh, 1983Rick Archie, 2005O. C. Armstrong, 1968Joe Ashcraft, 2004

Charles Ashley, 1989Beverly Atkinson, 1977Jim W. Atkinson, 1982Gregory Paine Atwell, 2004Toni Atwell, 2013O.K. Ausmus, 1966Richard “Dick” Austin, 2009E. Keith Averitte, 1976Carl Avery, 1967Sandra Dianne Babcock, 2016Gregory Baggett, 1998Dr. Charles C. Baker, 1946Chester Baker, 1995Larry Baker, 1992Steven Baker, 2010David Ball, 2016Fred M. Bandus, Sr., 1980J. O. Banks, 1946Bob Barker, 1992Mike Barnard, 1995Steve Barnes, 2009Tom Barnett, Jr., UnknownBarney Barnhart, 1966E. C. Barrett, 1932Dr. I. P. Barrett, 1957Guinn Campsey, 1972Art Canizares, 2015Margaret Canizares, 2007Diane Cannon, 1995John W. Caraway, 1973Hugh C. Card, Jr., 2007Lacreta Carr, 1993Neil Carr, 1979Tom Carr, 1991Jack Carruth, 1965Margaret Ann Carson, 1975Robert C. Carson, 1946Amon G. Carter, Jr., 1966Jay Cartwright, 1988Floyd L. Cash, 1967Homer Casto, 2011Dr. Cyrus B. Cathey, 1968Emily Bess Cathey, 1972Maj. Gen. (Ret) C. W. Cecil, 1983W. D. Cecil, 1957Gen. (Ret) John T. Chain, Jr., 1996David Chambers, 2005Jack V. Chambers, 2006Fred B. Chambers, Jr., 1966Roger A. Chapman, 2002J. Stephen Chenoweth, 2007Bill Childs, 1967Jim Christenson, 1993Jeanie N. Christian, UnknownM. C. Churchman, 1973R. T. Clancy, UnknownDarrel G. Clark, 1987James Clark, Jr., 1972Col. Franklin Clarke, 1961Harold Clipper, 2012Wes Cloud, 2003

Neil O. Clute, 1979Herman Cockerham, 1970H. H. Coffield, 1949Thomas Cole, 2014James Coleman, UnknownDallas Collever, 1983Sam F. Collier, 1941Harry Boyd, UnknownJack Boyd, 1972Homer E. Boyd, Sr., 1983John E. Bratten, 1982Charles Brazzil, 1975Tara Brecht, 2014Alden Kent Breinholt, 2004Sam Brendle, 1965L. O. “Buzz” Brightbill, 1985Dr. Hanes H. Brindley, 1958Edward Briscoe, 1971“Bo” Brogdon, 1968Patricia Browder, 2005Robert “Bob” Browder, 2008Charles Brown, 2005Chesley Brown, 2001John K. Brown, 1964Maulinda K. Brown, 2007Ronald R. Brown, 2000Sally Brown, 1977Sam Brown, 1962Garland Browning, UnknownJulius Bruner, 1949Dianne Brunner, 2008Stephen C. Brunner, 2006Patricia Buck, 1975W. Milo Bucy, 1976Kevin G. Buhl, 2006Robert Bumpass, 2003Carol Burgess, 2002John Burgess, 1969Eldred L. Burkhard, 1974Joe Burnett, 2015Dr. James S. Bussell, 1963Susan Butler, 2001Walter E. Butler, 1963Ada Byrd, 1974Michael Cawood, 2009Charles Cagle, 1988James C. Caldwell, 1996Jerry Caldwell, 1997Sam J. Callaway, Jr., 1976Alta L. Campbell, 1984Jack Robert Denman, Sr., 1974Linda Sue Dennis, 1990Susie Dennis, 1990Royal J. Derden, 1970Joseph J. DeSmit, 1971Stewart W. DeVore, 1964Paul Dickard, 1957Fred Dickson, UnknownFrank S. Dingwerth, 1964Ramon F. Dinsdale, 2006Harry L. Dinsmore, 2006

Longhorn CounCiL SiLver Beaver reCipientS

John Dinsmore, 1960Ernest P. Doclar, 2003Leon D. Dorsey, 1976Don E. Dossey, Jr., 2003William C. Douglas, 1986Walter Downing, 1967Bill Downs, 2005Jeffrey Draggett, 2015Billy G. Drake, 1983Judy Drake, 1984Charles W. Drechsel, 1971Paul Dreiseszun, 2016Ken Driska, 1986Joe Driskell, 1943Very Rev. Geo. J. Duda, 1956Donald J. Dudley, 1990Marilyn Duebner, 1991Freddie J. Dunagan, 1972T. C. Duncan, 1966Ted A. Duncan, 1979Silas Duncan, III, 1993C. E. Dunn, 1970E. P. Edney, 1983Vernon V. Edwards, 1989Jack Eidson, 1963Jon Eidson, 1992Sanford W. Elieson, Jr., 1991William Ellis, 1999James Embrey, 1985Gordon R. England, 1995L. F. Engle, 1948Beverly Epping, 1989Bertha Collins, 1973Carl Collins, UnknownMelanie Collins, 1995John S. Collinson, 1971Grover Colter, 1974Helene S. Colter, 2006Robert E. Connelly, 1984Ed J. Coomes, Jr., 1979Dawson Cooper, 1956P. M. Cordell, 1958Rod E. Cotton, 1974Kent Couch, 1987Doris Cox, 1989Dr. Jack R. Cox, 1961Randall T. Cox, 2009R. Earl Cox, III, 1970Gloria Coyle, 1990Glenn Allen Craig, 2007Dave Creeger, 1997William Crenshaw, 1980Tom Crook, 2009Judge Al Crouch, 1977Scott Crow, 1998Ed Culberson, 1988Gary Cumbie, 1989Alex Cummings, 2001James M. Cunningham, 2002Don Curry, 1994Ray Curtis, 1962

Randy Dailey, 2002Bruce Dalton, 1998Burnett Davis, 1980Fred R. Davis, 1962Henry Davis, 1960Hubert C. Davis, 1952J. Howard Davis, 1972Dale T. Davis, Sr., 1981Deborah Day, 1993Herbert M. Day, 1975Kyle W. Deal, Sr., 2013Don deBlonk, 1990Joe H. Dederichs, III, 1990T. M. Demarest, 1951Eric DeWitt Fremming, 2008Richard E. Frey, 2006Michael Fuller, Sr., 1985Debra Furst, 2013Gordon Gafford, 1964Dan Garland, 1992Joe Garner, 1975Robert J. Garrity, Jr., 1999Mario Garza, Jr., 2012George W. Gatchell, 1976John Gearheart, 1963Julie Geho, 2016Jack Gentry, 1967Robert R. Gerisch, 1987Bob L. Germany, 1982Jim Gidley, 1977Hennon Gilbert, Jr, 2016Marion B. Gilbert, 2007J. P. Gilbreath, 1986Edward Theous Gill, 1973J. E. Gillespie, 1944Dick Gilliland, 1967Sid L. Gilman, 1989Arthur I. Ginsburg, 1970Buddy Givens, 2004Brian Glass, 2001Al Glatzel, 1983Darrell Kenneth Glenn, 1988Mark D. Gmitro, 2014Dr. Nat H. Godbold, UnknownRev. F. P. Goddard, 1946Jimmy Goff, 2013Gary A. Goldstein, 2012Don Goldston, 2012James F. Goldthwaite, 1990Ray Gollaher, 1985Robert Gooch, 1975Cleon Gorbet, 1967H. Clyde Gormley, 2014Robert M. Gorton, 1999Robert Gough, 1956Forrest Grant, 1975Dan Green, 2001Phil Epping, 1987Paul Ernst, 2001John Eubanks, 1988Lupe Evans, 1989

Mary Ann Everett, 1990Phil Everett, 1990Judge James K. Evetts, 1959James Fabbre, 1987Frank P. Faherty, 1977James J. Farek, 1990Bill Farr, 1978Lupe Felipe, 1971Harlon Fentress, 1945Angel Ferreiro, 1996William M. Ferrell, 1940Billy Fielder, 1980Beeman Fisher, 1968James B. Fitzpatrick, 1964Clinton Wayne Flatt, 2004Leon Flatt, 1952Linda Flatt, 1996Richard N. Flatt, 1990C. H. Fleming, 1966William Fleming, 1944Sparky Flint, III, 2002Lloyd H. Flood, 1974Jack Floyd, 1981Jerald A. Floyd, 1987John Herman Focke, 1971Martha Folbre, 1992David Follett, 2010Gale Follett, 2014Larry G. Folmar, 1979Ben Ford, 1966Louis E. Fortier, 2000Herschell Fortner, 2005Billie F. Foster, 1988Jim Fountain, 2011Mark Frazier, 1997Charlie Frederick, 2005Dalton Freeman, 1985Rev. Richard M. Freeman, 1976W. T. Freeman, 1945Dr. W. H. Hawley, 1938Richard D. Hayes, 2004Clyde Hays, 1951James P. Heath, 1976L. W. Heckler, 1968H. A. Hefner, 1965Kathleen Ann Hefner, 2013Richard Hegewald, 1980Tom R. Hellier, 1970Bill Henderson, 1980Morris Heonig, 1980John W. Herbert, 1941John J. Hernandez, 1994Roman Herrera, 2013Irene W. Herring, 1984Ben Hickey, 1968Chester T. Hicks, 1969H. C. Hildebrandt, 1936Henry O. Hill, 1947Charles E. Hipp, Jr., 1990Vernon Hoaldridge, 1951Danny Holcomb, 2008

Longhorn CounCiL SiLver Beaver reCipientS

R. N. Holden, 1945Reece Holden, 1952F.N. Holland, 1982Marvella Holland, 1973Sidney A. Holleman, Jr., 1986William M. Holmes, 1975Ron Holston, 2013Alan David Holt, 2004Billy Gene Holt, 1974David Holt, 2001Jackie L. Holt, 2000Rev. Eric H. Hooker, 1963Robert E. Hopps, 1966Robert Horak, 2009Hugo Hortsmann, 1959Mark Hotopp, 2002Jerry B. Houston, 1953Joe J. Houston, 1962Joe Houston, 1956John Houters, 2015Iva Howard, 1994Fred T. Green, 1981Hollis Green, 1948Larry Green, 1996Warren Green, 1985Willie Etta Fletcher Greene, 1973Charlie Greenway, 1985John S. Griffin, 1960Glen “Rick” Grindley, 2006W.M.L. “Bill” Grogan, 1977Winta Beth Grogan, 1978Chester Grudzinski, 2015Charles Guenat, 1976Loleta Guenat, 1983Dorothy D. Haines, 1983Wesley D. Haines, 1988Estes Ernest Halkias, UnknownOrley Victor Hall, 1972Richard E. Hamblin, 1989A. S. Hamilton, 1946Eldon Hammond, 1991Jim Hammons, 1974Thomas Stanley Hamrick, 1985Darrell L. Hanks, Sr., 1982Edward L. Hansford, 1988McKay Hanson, 1998Sam B. Harbison, 1949Dr. L. F. Hardee, 1970Hugh Hardy, 2011Donna Harmon, 1994Jack M. Harper, II, 2013James W. Harper, 1992Tom Jr. Harpool, 1958Paul Harral, 2001Frank Harrell, 1978George E. Harris, 1991William J. Harrison, 2006Warren Harry, 1970John Rush Hart, 1994Peggy Haston, 1971Roy B. Haston, 1966

E. Earl Hatchett, 1988Johnie Haught, 1979J. C. Hawkins, 1957Mac Ray Johnson, 1989Mark Johnson, 2016Shirley Johnson, 1988Susan Johnson, 2008Willard Johnson, 1964Joe J. Johnson, Jr., 1967Frank L. Jones, 1954George O. Jones, 1938Joe Paul Jones, 1971Linda M. Jones, 2008Marlene Jones, 1978P. Fulton Jones, 2009Porter Jones, 1973R. D. Jones, 1969William A. Jones, 1990Harry P. Jordan, 1931David Jumper, 2001Jim D. Junker, 1980W. O. Kaden, UnknownKenneth B. Kaiser, 1994Jeff Kamprath, 2008Cathey Karnes, 1986Robert Karney, 1990M.W. (Kas) Kasmiroski, 1975Edward A. Kaulfus, 1960Jack Kearby, 1987H.D. Bones Keller, 1977Dr. Virgil K. Kelley, 1977Watt Kemble, 1972Paulus M. Kempff, 1973Elliot E. Kerlin, 2006Robert V. Kerr, 1964Howard Kessinger, 1978Garey D. Ketcham, 2008Royce Key, 1982Frank I. Kidd, 1961John Kilgo, 1978R. A. Kilpatrick, UnknownDr. James H. Kincaid, 1977Carl H. King, 1999Samuel T. Kinslow, 2013Dr. Alva Rex Kirkley, 1963Walter Klein, 1973Joseph Peter Howard, 1991Ruth Thomas Howard, 1977Howard Howell, UnknownTheresa Hubert, 2015Herbert H. Hudson, 1964J. Olin Hudson, 1969David Huff, 1998Denzil Huff, 1958Clifton J. Hughes, 1976Judge W. A. Hughes, 1968Gail Hughling, 1997Harvey Alfonso Humphrey, 1974Walter Humphrey, 1968Arthur Hunt, UnknownBarcus Hunter, 2000

Harold J. Hunter, 1972Chester B. Ingraham, 1983B.J. Jackson, UnknownF. E. Jackson, 1933Howard Jackson, 1991Walter Jackson, 1971William L. Jacobs, 1984Bob James, 1997Frank W. James, 2012Johnny Wayne James, 2002Robert Jameson, 1993Manuel Jara, 1984Dwight Jekel, 2005Chris Jenkins, 1996Dr. Jesse G. Jenkins, 1961B. B. Jennings, 1945R. H. Jennings, UnknownLandry Jensen, 1962Joe Jenson, 1994Bill Jesse, 2003Bill Jiles, 1978Allen Johnson, 2007Brad Johnson, 1993Bryan Johnson, 2012Dennis Johnson, 1995Don C. Johnson, UnknownJ. E. Johnson, 1946J. R. Johnson, 1945Britt Lewis, 2000Ron Lightner, 1998J. M. Ligon, 1954Nancy Lindgren, 2011Scott Lindgren, 2009James Lindley, 1972George Linnabery, 1961Hollis Linville, 1979Richard H. Lockwood, 1995Raleigh D. Long, 1990B. E. Looney, 1939Arthur W. Lotspeich, 1981Rev. J. P. Love, 1932Wayne Lucan, 1948Tom Lucas, 1986B. Ed Luckett, 1962Helen H. Luckett, 1971Robert M.G. Luke, 2011Calvin F. Luper, 1963Pat Lynch, 1984Jim Lyons, 1987Anne C. Mack, 1971Susan Mahoney, 1979Kenneth A. Majka, 2000Harry R. Male, 1937Linda Mandl, 1993Henry Manning, 1983R. J. Marcuse, Jr., 1963Wilton Marek, 2010Dr. Warren Marks, 2009Forrest Markward, 1960Truman Marshall, 2011J. D. Jim Martin, 1952

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Ralph L. Martin, 1992Robert M. Martin, 1966Robert T. Martin, 1980Charles Martin, Jr., 2009David C. Martino, 1995Frank N. “Trey” Martino, 2007Paul D. Martino, 1973Lewis A. Mason, 1989William Mateja, UnknownJames Rees Mathis, 1974L. R. Klein, Jr., 1971Shirley Knabe, 1994Art E. Knee, UnknownO. C. Knight, 1948Linda Knightes, 1993Purnell G. Knudson, 1960Harry Koch, 1998Irene Koemer, 1972Karl Koemer, 1970Alvin Koenig, 1990Frank Koeninger, 1988Keira Koslowsky, 2004Ralph Kragle, 1998Jay Krail, 2005Lothar A. Krause, 1959L. Kirk Kridner, 2013Joseph Kump, 1996Oran Kundson, 1954Thomas O. Lake, Jr., 1989Maurice G. Lambert, 1998M. W. Lamour, 1943Anthony Lampkin, 2005Donald R. Landers, 1984Robert Calvin Langford, 1973Herbert H. Lanier, 1964W. R. Pete Larsen, 1979Dennis C. Laughlin, 1998Grover Lautz, 1959Henry A. Lawrence, 1946H. E. Jake Lawson, UnknownJ. Boyd Lawson, 1945Henry E. Layton, 1968Veta Leake, 1971Warren Leake, 1973James Lee, 2005Thomas J. Lee, 2008Leon Lefler, 1989Robert S. Leith, 1972Sharon Lemons, 2000O. P. Leonard, 1953Paul Leonard, 1965J. W. Lepenski, Sr., 1978Frank W. Leslie, 2006Troy A. Miller, 1981Bernie Millet, 1978Jerry Milligan, 1985Dennis Mitchell, 1998Dorsey Mitchell, 1977Dave Mojica, 2013David Moller, 1999John Moltz, 1978

E. O. Moore, 1959Luther R. Moore, Sr., 1980Rob K. Moran, 1991Janet Mormino, 1991Steve Mormino, 1991Diane Morrison, 2011Edwin (Ed) Morrison, 1996Ellie Morrison, 1996Larry W. Morton, 1990George Moses, 1988Fred Mosley, 1972James E. Mosley, 1997William Mostyn, 1962Dr. Edward Mullen, 1994Stanley A. Munson, 1961John David Murdock, 1983Michael Murray, 1986Donald L. Myers, UnknownJ. Robert Nalley, 1931Murray H. Nance, 1947Louie W. Nash, Jr, 2016Walter Neaves, 1992Dr. Wendel H. Nedderman, 1930Carl R. Nelson, 1974Clifford M. Nelson, 1977Noah L. Nelson, 1972Robert Carroll Nethers, 1991Daryl Newman, 2004Raymond Alvis Newton, 1968Rosie Newton, 1983Victor Thang Dc Nguyen, 2011Robert L. Nichols, 1991Don Alan Noblit, 2008William Nolen, 2010Carl R. Noles, 1960Bertil R. Matson, Sr., 1962Evelyn Mattson, 1983Felix A. Matula, Jr., 1965H. D. Maxwell, 1948Charles Mayfield, 1989Ping Mayo, 2011S. V. McCage, 1945Jamie McCallum, 2002Norm McCaskill, 1992Rodney McClung, 2002F. Ted McCollum, 1957Wayne McCoy, 2003Charles T. McDowell, 1964Dorothy McEntire, 1972Marvin McFadden, 1993Judge David McGee, UnknownOllie T. McGinley, 1966A. H. McGlinchey, 1954Carl McIntosh, 1995Edgar M. McKamie, 1965Margaret McKay, 1981Ivor W. McKay, Sr., 1980Robert “Bob” McKinley, 2015Mary McLane, 2005Drayton McLane, Jr., 1982George E. McNeill, 1992

Steve McNeill, 1991Wayne Morton, 2015E. F. McQueen, 1953Guy E. Meacham, 1967Lisle W. Meeker, 2012David Mehl, 2010John G. Merk, 1992Dr. W. P. Meroney, 1934William A. Meroney, 1987Jack L. Metz, 1980Paul J. Meyer, Jr., 1985Ben Milam, 1986Janelle Milburn, 1973Bernice Miller, 1974E. Vanis Miller, 1977Nick Miller, UnknownRoger H. Miller, 1951Emil W. Plasek, Sr., 1958Tali M. Ploetz, 2012Gordon Plumlee, 1992Dr. Craig Poindexter, 1985Jodie Mosley Pollard, 1973Ken Pope, 2013Perry Potter, 1989Roy C. Potts, 1955Elwood J. Preiss, 1984Linda Price, 2014Wm. A. Prewitt, Jr., 1967Sybil Price, 1959Robert Pritchett, 1996John Edward Quinn, Jr., 2009Thomas Rachels, 1994Dr. G. H. Radford, 1958James M. Railey, 1971Grady L. Railsback, 1972Billie F. Ramsey, 1970Dean Ramsey, 1988James R. Ramsey, 2002Thomas M. Ray, 1991Charles B. Redd, 1965Lee Reece, 1968Alan Reed, 1989Cloyd Reed, UnknownEdward L. Reed, 1975Charles A. Reeve, 1967Coleman R. Reitan, 1986William H. Rence, 1964Sam P. Rener, 1975J. Van Renfro, 1951G. P. Rhoten, 1964Byron Rice, 2007Ed Richards, 2011Dick Richardson, 2001Walt P. Richey, Jr., 1971Hank Richroath, 1990Leon Rickert, 1942Peter Riddlebarger, 2015Charles A. Ringler, 1963Salty Rishel, 1997Larry A. Roach, 1972Lindsey E. Nolley, 1969

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Lonnie Norris, 1979Milton J. Norris, 1955Bill Norwood, 1978Jack Nunley, 2000Harold Nussbaum, 1945Jose Ocasio, 1997Nancy O’Connor, 1989William D. O’Grady, 1957Charles Oliver, Jr, 2016L. Vaughn Oliver, 1996Irvin O. Olsen, 1966Mrs. Ada Orsak, 1971Robert J. Orsak, 1971Lucius R. Ostheimer, 1976Dan Lee Ozment, 1974Joe K. Pace, 1993J. C. Pace, Jr., 1967J. B. Page, 1992H. R. Rex Palmer, 1987Robert C. Palmer, 1991John Park, 1995Julie Park, 1996Billie L. Parker, 1986Earl N. Parker, 1962Rachel Sue Parker, 1988Bob Parmelee, 1991Kenneth Parrish, 1986Earl Parsons, 1998Brad Patterson, 2009Jim H. Patton, 1998Fred Pauling, 1950Jan Paulson, 2013Ted Penner, 1965Wesley Pennington, 1998George R. Perdue, 1963Irving M. Pettis, 1957H. F. Pettit, 1963Frank Peyton, Jr., 1977Clarence Phillips, 1959W. B. Pickets, UnknownGeorge Pifer, 1995Bill Pinkerton, 1997Barry J. Schneider, 1988T. C. Schneider, UnknownC. Alton Schultz, 1956Thurman Schweitzer, 1994Dr. Herbert Schwetman, 1958Robert O. Scott, 1982Willie D. Sears, Jr., 1972Christi Seddio, 2010Frank W. Seddio, Sr., 2002Barney I. Seely, 1972Robert W. Seemann, 1964Edwin Seilheimer, 1997Jimmie L. Shannon, Jr., 2012Claude Shears, 1947Ronald T. Sherwood, 2012Raymond Shelton, 1973Daniel Sherwin, 1996Donald James Sherwood, 1997James E. Sherwood, Unknown

R. Mason Shiflett, UnknownBruce C. Shulkey, 1947Ralph Sidener, 1989Dr. J.K. G. Silvey, 1955Albert Simmons, 1966Brian Skates, 2010David Skelton, 2003James Skillett, 1995Brenda Skrhak, 1993Gerald S. Slaughter, 1984Shirley Slaughter, 1987Lloyd E. Slawson, 1984Richard L. Sloan, 1997Angela Smith, 2005Brock Smith, 2003J.R. Smith, 1955Jack G. Smith, 1969Jan C. Smith, 1997John N. Smith, 1974Leslie T. Smith, 1950Marion Smith, 1952Phillip Smith, 2005R. Terry Smith, 1970Randall Smith, 2000Paul Roberts, 1976Gerald Robinson, 2016Jeff Robinson, 1962John H. Robinson, 2006Charles A. Roden, 1989E. B. (Buck) Rogers, 1968Robert A. Rogers, 1985Timothy Rogers, 2010William C. Roland, Jr., 1987Ruth Rolston, 1988Dave Romack, 2012John Preston Romney, 2016Harry Rooke, 1958Brian Roop, 2008James L. Rosenthal, 1969Lynn Ross, Jr., 1995John K. Rossen, 1946A. P. Rowland, 1945Margaret Rumer, 1988D. L. Russell, 1968Eddie Russell, 1971Michael D. Russell, 2006Tom Rust, 1978Johh Ryan, 2010Jim Ryffel, 2010Joseph W. Sample, 1966Lewis C. Sams, 1975Charles Samuel, 1997Sandra Sandel, 1994James W. Sands, UnknownRolla H. Sapp, 1940Darwin (Chip) Sargent, 2005Homer Sargent, UnknownDr. Charles H. Saunders, 2001Harry Saville, 1991James C. (Jim) Sawey, 1990James S. Sawyer, 1991

Susan Schabel, 2004Jack Schaevitz, 1962Bob Schaff, 1981Charles Schmidt, 1995Virginia Schmidt, 1996J. A. Schnable, 1959Arthur “Art” Tank, 2011William D. Tatsch, 1991Denice Taylor, 2011James E. Taylor, 1977Mary Frances Taylor, 1973Tom Taylor, 2013Randy Teague, 1984Donald J. Teeple, 1987W. Forrest “Frosty” Tempel, 2014H.G. Pete Test, 1984Harry Thach, 1961David Thomas, 2005Denise Thomas, UnknownCurtis J. Thomason, 1951George Thompson, UnknownHugh Thompson, 1953Joe R. Thompson, 2003Janice Thornborrow, 1984LTC Matthew R. Thorne, 1965Devoy Thornton, 1953Dr. H. B. Todd, 1936Eddie Touraine, 2003John A. Townsend, 1985Dan Trahey, Jr., 1978Loyd L. Traupe, 1986Merri Trdy, 2007Michael Trdy, 1988Lynette Trego, 2015Robert E. Tucker, 2012Spencer Tucker, 1974Sheri R. Tull, 2014Donald Turner, 1984Lloyd Turner, 1986Martha Turner, 1988Verl A. Underwood, UnknownRobert L. Untch, 1990Robert O. Utter, 1963Keith Vandiver, 1988Robert E. Vaughn, Sr., 1968Coy Veach, 1997Jerry Vester, 1987James T. Vinson, 1980Philip von der Heidt, 1996Dr. Richard M. Smith, 1961Roy J. Smith, 1955Sterling Smith, 1991Thomas F. Smith, 2001Truett K. Smith, 1967Dr. Walter Smith, 1957Madeline Smithson, 1992F. G. (Leslie) Snow, 1968Dr. Law Sone, 1964Bob Sorensen, 1995Billy D. Southerland, 1975Martha Southerland, 1974

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Edward Sparks, 1995Marion D. Speasmaker, 1972Joyce Spencer, 1999Kathleen Springer, 1994George Spurlock, 1974Dr. J. J. Spurlock, 1956Pete N. Stankosky, 1983Jack Stem, 1970B. W. Stephens, 1946Dr. J. A. Stevens, 1961Bryan Stevenson, 2015E. E. Stewart, 1954Fred Stewart, 1987Webster F. Stickney, Jr., 2013F. W. Cotton Stolte, 1977Dave Stone, 2015Robert C. Storrie, III, 2006Dr. Sidney E. Stout, 1969Fennow W. Straw, 1960Bruce Street, 1978Spencer B. Street, 1973Markus N. Stricker, 1953Don Strickland, 1987Joel Stromberg, 1993Byron T. Stubbs, 1934Fred W. Sturm, Jr., 1965W. B. (B9ll) Summers, 1970George D. Sutton, 1967Irving Taggart, 1981Pat Taggart, 1956Lewis H. Tandy, 1938Ray R. Wiegand, Jr., 1996Terry Wilkes, 1975Harry H. Wilkinson, 1937Alvis Williams, 1958Bob J. Williams, 1992Charles G. Williams, 1986Clifford W. Williams, 1971Genelle Williams, 1989Harry Williams, 1973Robert J. Williams, 1992Robert J. Williams, 2011Col. Joseph M. Williamson, 1964Leroy M. Williamson, 1965Allen Williford, 1973Tom Willis, 1989E. B. Wilson, 1962Gary Bob Wilson, 1990Dr. John C. Wilson, 1963Joseph E. Wilson, 1985Katherine Wilson, 1985Robert E. Wilson, 1976Rodger Wilson, 2012T. B. Wilson, 1946Walker W. Wilson, Jr., 2012Weir Wilson, 1989Oliver Winchell, 1938Thomas R. Windham, 1996Don Winn, 2010James G. Winton, 1971Woodrow W. Wisdom, 1963

J. M. Witcher, 1950J. B. Witherspoon, 1942Pat Wittner, 2008George P. Wolfe, 1972Judith Wolstein, 1998E.C. Wood, 1979Steven R. Woodland, 2013C. W. Woodridge, 1990Joe E. Woodwell, 2004Hazel Corinne Wren, 1974E. E. Wright, UnknownJackie Wright, 1978Robert D. Wright, 2014Fred Voss, 2010A. F. Waggoner, 1945Charles W. Wagner, 1971E.C. Wainscott, 1976Charles Edgar Walker, 1974Frank Walker, 1992L.G. Pee Wee Walker, 1957Joe Wallis, Sr., 1952Paul H. Walser, Sr., 1969A.J. Walsh, 2001Alex Walsh, 1949Homer Walton, UnknownStan Walton, 1986Jesse Ward, 1983Cathey Wardlaw, 1986Kenneth Wardle, 2016Patricia A. Washburn, 2016Rev. Emmanuel E. Washington, 1964Olan E. Watkins, 2002Carl Watson, 1965Arch Waymon, 1962Kenn M. Webb, Jr., 1984Shirley Weems, 1988J. C. Weldon, 1948Harry K. Werst, 1963C. B. West, 1949Doris West, 1972Homer D. West, 1950W. Orby West, 1956Wm. Jack West, 1965Fred Westbrook, 1995James Wetrich, 2009Worth Wharton, 1973Charles Whaylen, 1974William George Whitaker, 1974Bob White, 2003Ellie White, 1946Gordon White, 1955Guy T. White, 1963Dr. W. R. White, 1955Jackie D. Whitlock, 1990Jerry Casley Whyte, 1973Bill Wieda, 1992Clifton Wright, Jr., 1998Joe Wroten, UnknownTucker S. Wyche, 1975Jessie Wycoff, 1988Charles Yarborough, 1969

Johnnie L. Young, 2004William C. Young, 1969C. George Younkin, 1966Ruth Younkin, 1979Fran Zaccaria, 2009Dr. Charles W. Zahn, 1966George W. Zahn, 1997Floyd Zeigler, 1969Jeanette Zulfer, 1982