Silver Beaver

 

The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Recipients of this award are registered adult leaders who have made an impact on the lives of youth through service given to the council. It is given to those who implement the Scouting program and perform community service through hard work, self-sacrifice, dedication, and many years of service. It is given to those who do not actively seek it.

The medal consists of a silver beaver pendant suspended from a blue and white ribbon worn around the neck. Recipients may wear the corresponding square knot, with a white strand over a blue strand, on the BSA uniform. Using the United States Military as the model, silver awards are the highest awards in the BSA.

Nomination: Information for the Atlanta Area Council can be found here: http://www.atlantabsa.org/advancement/volunteer-awards/6737. Nominations are generally due in November (check for current deadlines), announcements are in December, and the ceremony in late Spring the following year.


Foothills District Silver Beavers

Year

 

Recipients

2016

 
Lewis Hays
Bob Ott

2017

 
Mike Cherches
Tina Kerr

2015

 
Stephanie Daniels
David Jaracz
Sam Olens

2014

 
Donaldson Dodge
Donald Olds

2013

 

Mark Prestwich
Donna Vinson

2012

 

Wayne Marcinko
Wade Patrick

2011

 

Eric Flamm
Tom Haltom
Greg Knight

2010

 

Brian Campbell
Morgan Robertson
Bill Russell

2009

 

Doug Bahr
Rodrigo Cano
Bob Cato
Steve Harrison

2008

 

Tom Bulger
Henry Molinet
John Overcash
Tim Tassopoulos
Mary Ellen Yeomans

2007

 

Cary Bradley
Ted Crouse, Jr.
Harry “Hap” McNeel
Dennis Rowe
David Schimmel

2006

 

Tim Aumann
Pat Bonito
Marilyn Parker

2005

 

Michele LaVigne

2004

 

Jay Lentini

2003

 

Kathy Esler
Susan Hardy

2002

 

Dave Heusinger

2001

 

Dennis Esler
Tom Morin

2000

 

Steve Fisher

1999

 

Dave Adams
Tommy Treat
Kim Kaumeyer

1998*

 

Bill Hall
William “Bill” Weinberger
John C. Lyon, Jr.
Billy Ray Hight

1997

 

Karen Angeli
George Henry Mingledorff III
Tommy Sprayberry
Kenneth E. Williams

1996

 

Fred Feltmann
Andy Heaton
Mike Wiedower

1995

 

James C. Fenner
Peter J. Huber
John Huffman

1994

 

David Muller, Sr.
Sherry Huffman
Wanda Lawson

1993

 

Cliff MacMahan
Rex Allred

1992

 

David Muller, Jr.
Rev. James Speed
G. William Hill

1991

 

Karen Gagnon
Dr. Robert O. Stephens
John L. Sullivan
Pam Googe

1990

 

Curt Newton
Fred Droms
Nancy Johnsen

1989

 

Ginny Acocella
Lawrence Jefferson
Bion Jones

1988

 

Albert H. Friel
Oscar Towns

1987

 

Ken Stadler

1986

 

Monty Calhoun
Duane Ruggles

1984

 

Fredricks Garlinghouse
Jim Vaughn

1983

 

Richard Choate

1982

 

Hank Thornburgh

1981

 

Henry Branton
Ted M. Vinson
Daniel Worley

1980

 

Ronald R. Roper

1978

 

Thomas Ashworth
Robert O. Claunch
William Woods

1977

 

Malcom Bowles

1976

 

Bill Collier

1975

 

Thomas A. Ogletree

1974

 

Arthur Arceneault

* Recipients prior to 1999 were volunteers in the Cobb district,
prior to the restructuring that created the Foothills district.