Skip to comments.National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America [Names of members]
Posted on 01/29/2013 6:29:41 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
Rex W. Tillerson Irving, Texas President
Tico A. Perez Orlando, Florida National Commissioner
Aubrey B. Harwell Jr. Nashville, Tennessee Treasurer
R. Thomas Buffenbarger Upper Marlboro, Maryland Assistant Treasurer
James S. Turley New York, New York International Commissioner
Terrence P. Dunn Kansas City, Missouri Vice President Council Operations
Wayne M. Perry Bellevue, Washington President-Elect
Randall L. Stephenson Dallas, Texas Vice PresidentFinance
Lyle R. Knight Billings, Montana Vice PresidentHuman Resources
Nathan O. Rosenberg Laguna Beach, California Vice PresidentMarketing
Jack D. Furst Dallas, Texas Vice President Outdoor Adventures
O. Temple Sloan Jr. Raleigh, North Carolina Vice PresidentSupply
Earl G. Graves New York, New York Vice President
Drayton McLane Jr. Temple, Texas Vice President
Bruce D. Parker Coral Gables, Florida Vice PresidentInformation Delivery
Matthew K. Rose Fort Worth, Texas Vice President
Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. Baltimore, Maryland Vice President
Robert J. Mazzuca Irving, Texas Chief Scout Executive
National Executive Board:
Jon E. Barfield Livonia, Michigan
David L. Beck Salt Lake City, Utah
Donald D. Belcher Pauma Valley, California
R. Thomas Buffenbarger Upper Marlboro, Maryland
B. Howard Bulloch Las Vegas, Nevada
Richard L. Burdick New Braunfels, Texas
Anderson W. Chandler Topeka, Kansas
Dennis H. Chookaszian Wilmette, Illinois
Keith A. Clark Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
D. Kent Clayburn Walnut Creek, California
Ronald O. Coleman Decatur, Georgia
Philip M. Condit Redmond, Washington
William F. Rick Cronk Lafayette, California
John C. Cushman III Los Angeles, California
R. Michael Daniel Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Ralph de la Vega Atlanta, Georgia
Douglas H. Dittrick Midland Park, New Jersey
John R. Donnell Jr. Atlanta, Georgia
Terrence P. Dunn Kansas City, Missouri
L. B. Eckelkamp Jr. Washington, Missouri
George F. Francis III Southfield, Michigan
Jack D. Furst Dallas, Texas
T. Michael Goodrich Birmingham, Alabama
John Gottschalk Omaha, Nebraska
Earl G. Graves New York, New York
Stephen G. Hanks Eagle, Idaho
Michael D. Harris, Esq. Palm Springs, California
J. Brett Harvey Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
Aubrey B. Harwell Jr. Nashville, Tennessee
Stephen Hemsley Minnetonka, Minnesota
Larry W. Kellner Houston, Texas
Stephen B. King Janesville, Wisconsin
Lyle R. Knight Billings, Montana
Robert J. LaFortune Tulsa, Oklahoma
Joseph P. Landy New York, New York
Mark P. Mays San Antonio, Texas
Robert J. Mazzuca Irving, Texas
Francis R. McAllister Billings, Montana
Drayton McLane Jr. Temple, Texas
Ronald K. Migita Aiea, Hawaii
Douglas B. Mitchell Peachtree City, Georgia
Thomas S. Monson Salt Lake City, Utah
José F. Niño Montgomery Village, Maryland
Scott D. Oki Bellevue, Washington
Francis H. Olmstead Jr. Painted Post, New York
Arthur F. Oppenheimer Boise, Idaho
Bruce D. Parker Coral Gables, Florida
Aubrey B. Patterson Tupelo, Mississippi
Tico A. Perez Orlando, Florida
Wayne M. Perry Bellevue, Washington
Christian H. Poindexter Arnold, Maryland, and Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
Frank Ramirez Windsor, Colorado
Robert H. Reynolds Indianapolis, Indiana
Roy S. Roberts Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Steven R. Rogel Port Ludlow, Washington
James D. Rogers Billings, Montana
Matthew K. Rose Fort Worth, Texas
Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. Baltimore, Maryland
Nathan O. Rosenberg Laguna Beach, California
Roger M. Schrimp Modesto, California
O. Temple Sloan Jr. Raleigh, North Carolina
Marshall M. Sloane Medford, Massachusetts
Charles H. Smith San Leandro, California
John F. Smith Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Robert J. Smith Holmdel, New Jersey
Roland Smith Atlanta, Georgia
Randall L. Stephenson Dallas, Texas
Rex W. Tillerson Irving, Texas
C. Travis Traylor Jr. Houston, Texas
James S. Turley New York, New York
Gerald J. Voros Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
David M. Weekley Houston, Texas
Steven E. Weekes St. Paul, Minnesota
Gary E. Wendlandt New York, New York
Togo D. West Jr. Washington, D.C.
James S. Wilson McLean, Virginia
R. Ray Wood Rockford, Illinois
This list does NOT include "Honorary officers" or the "Advisory Council".
One or more of these executive members is behind the effort to put sodomites in charge of young boys.
given tax laws which have changed.
it is far too easy for the 98% of the population to not give money.
Why not just force the girl scouts to go coed and they can continue the recruiting over there.
I bet NEARLY EVERY FREEPER in the USA lives within 50 miles of one of these people.
How about a call or a letter or a friendly knock on the door?
Me ping too.
Link to a bio of the one nearest to me: http://bucherblog.blogspot.com/2005/07/steve-king.html
From what I’ve read, BSA Board members, Ernst & Young CEO Jim Turley and AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson are behind overturning the ban. It won’t hurt though, to put pressure on the other board members to tell Turley and Stephenson to take a long hike off a short pier!
You omitted the name Barak H. Obama, the titular head of the B.S.A.
Shame on them. We cut our family's ties with the entire program entirely for we will never support a program that attempts to claim the middle line morally.
When they seek that middle ground, they stand on nothing but the slide into perdition.
Me ping. You ping. We all ping. :)
BSA, now known as the “Boyfriends of Scouts: Adopt a Child For Your Tent Today!”
Not that I know of but it won't hurt contacting others on the board of BSA and requesting that they stand against this as it violates the Boy Scout code of being "morally straight". Why can't those CEO's recognize it? Perhaps they aren't morally straight!
let’s say that they allow gays to become members, and one of them molests a fellow scout. what happens then?
let’s say thet they allow gays to become leaders, and one of them molests a scout. what happens then?
can you say “catholic priest scandal’?
Let’s not bash the BSA yet. they have not made a decision....yet. And as an Eagle Scout, i hope they do make the right decision and stick with the ban. If they don’t, i am going to be very angry.... But don’t bash them yet, i have written an e-mail, and hopefully along with everyone else’s letter, will make the difference.
As a present Committee Chairman of our local scout organization. And I am disappointed in this decision.
But, I think we all knew it was going to happen sooner or later. Just recently, the third largest chartering organization, the United Methodist Church, stopped all renewals of charters until this was changed.
If you know anything about Pack and Troop organization, you know that Packs and Troops are sunk without their yearly charter renewals.
It was either change this rule or completely revamp the structure of Districts, Councils and Packs/Troops.
Unfortunately, this is the easy way out.
Why is it the same folks who lambaste the Catholics’ scandal are 4-square behind this movement?
They have been getting an earful from the homosexual lobby, now it is our turn. I am a Scoutmaster. I am against the change in policy. It is a divide and conquer technique. As a whole the homosexual lobby has not been able to take down or effect change in the BSA, but with smaller separate charter organizations they will be easy targets. The CO’s can not support legal challenges, the money is not there. What will eventually be left are CO’s that accept homosexuality. Even if no homosexuals join, they have again pushed there agenda of normalizing their behavior into society.
They so wish this, even though deep in there soul they know they never will be.
BSA should not allow ‘’sexuals’’ of any kind.