Donor Library Archive

American Electric Power Foundation

The American Electric Power Foundation is funded by American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) and its utility operating units, including Appalachian Power. The Foundation provides a permanent, ongoing resource for charitable initiatives involving higher dollar values and multi-year commitments in the

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Jack Furst

Jack Furst’s lifelong relationship with the Boy Scouts of America began when he joined the organization as a 7-year-old Cub Scout. His time as a member of historic Troop 1 in Paoli, Pa. solidified a love for scouting and helped

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Walter Scott Jr.

Walter Scott, Jr. and his wife, Suzanne, were among the foundational philanthropists supporting development of the Summit Bechtel Reserve. Today, some of Summit Bechtel Reserve’s most significant venues honor the Scott name. Walter, a Distinguished Eagle Scout, had an illustrious

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Steven and Jamberlyn Antoline

When West Virginia native Steve Antoline was asked to organize service projects for Scouts attending the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, he graciously agreed. By the time the projects were completed, Steve was extremely impressed by the caliber of Scouts he

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Dave Alexander

In his monograph, Dave Alexander shares how important it is to him to live his life according to Scout Oath, the Scout Law, and the Scout motto. He credits many of the successes in his personal and professional life to

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Ray and Deborah Dillon

Ray and Deborah Dillon’s Scouting involvement is all about family Scouting and the Scouting experiences they shared with their four children. All three of their sons—Jonathan, Gregory, and Robert—achieved the rank of Eagle Scout and their daughter, Amanda, achieved the

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John D. Tickle

As a young Scout, John Tickle probably didn’t imagine that he would someday save a life when he was learning about “artificial respiration.” However, that was exactly what he did when he used his Scouting skills as an adult to

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Norman R. Augustine

A man of modest origin, Norm Augustine became one of the most influential figures in the history of the aerospace and defense industries. And it all started with the Cub Scouts. As a child during World War II, Norman had

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Craig and Mary Fenneman

Craig E. Fenneman

Early leadership experiences as a Scout gave Craig Fenneman a confidence that has stayed with him through his life. Since then Craig has emerged as a servant leader with a friend-to-all approach that has helped him innovate within the food

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Frank and Marcia McAllister

When his Scoutmaster father hosted a troop meeting in the family backyard, then-4-year-old Frank McAllister thought that made him a Scout. While he didn’t officially become a Scout until age 11, that day began a lifelong commitment to Scouting. As

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