Donor Library Archive

J. Willard Marriott Jr.

Bill Marriott credits Scouting with teaching him how to become a successful business leader, imparting to him the value of persistence. As he tells it, more than 70 years ago he was one badge away from earning his Eagle Scout

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Charles M. Pigott

Camp Omache, a facility of the Chief Seattle Council, had been closed for more than a decade when Charles Pigott took on the challenge of rebuilding and reopening the dilapidated 30-year-old camp in 2003. In addition to a significant gift

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Robert E. Murray/Murray Energy Corp.

Support for Scouting is something Robert E. Murray and his whole family can agree on. All three of his sons—Robert, Jonathan, and Ryan—were active in Scouting. In fact, Ryan achieved the Eagle rank and is a past president of the

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Stephen D. Bechtel Jr.

Distinguished Eagle Scout Stephen D. Bechtel Jr. credits the Boy Scouts of America with shaping his character in a way that allowed him to lead others throughout his life. A recipient of the Silver Buffalo Award—the BSA’s highest honor for

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John D. Harkey Jr.

Scouting was a natural fit for Eagle Scout John D. Harkey Jr. He has a love of adventure that Scouting enhanced. Today, John still possesses an adventurous spirit with activities such as flying, mountaineering, skeet shooting, motocross, and horseback riding.

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Philip M. and Geda Condit

Philip Condit credits Scouting with developing the leadership skills that helped him become chairman and CEO of Boeing Co. While at Boeing, he was committed to nurturing leadership skills among the company’s employees, developing the renowned Boeing Leadership Center. Today,

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Rex W. Tillerson

As a youth, Rex Tillerson’s summers were filled with Scouting experiences. These adventures taught him important life lessons such as the value of teamwork, how to lead, and, importantly, how to follow. He was able to challenge himself and stretch

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Gene H. Yamagata

Growing up on an Idaho farm, Gene Yamagata never had the opportunity to join the Boy Scouts. Today, however, he is an enthusiastic supporter of Scouting. One aspect of Scouting that attracted Gene was the program’s emphasis on youth mentoring.

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Todd, Susan, Matthew, and Hilary Johnson

The Johnsons believe Scouting shares the values so important to their family:  Integrity and character. Todd and Susan’s firsthand appreciation of Scouting came through powerful experiences of their son Matthew’s trail to Eagle Scout.  The Johnson family is honored to

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Gov. James C. Justice II

Jim Justice turned a love for his native West Virginia into an opportunity to serve its citizens as the state’s 36th governor. He credits his time in Scouting with teaching him how to be a good citizen. In addition to

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