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2011 SILVER BUFFALO RECIPIENTS


Edward H. Arnold LEBANON, PA.


Generous Philanthropist Friend of Scouting


Business Leader


Robert Rownd AKRON, OHIO


Skillful Leader Successful Financial Advisor Builder of Scouting


Stephen L. Bowen, D.V.M. EL CENTRO, CALIF.


Jamboree Visionary Creative Thinker Gifted Leader


Walter Scott Jr. OMAHA, NEB.


Distinguished Eagle Scout Successful Businessman Generous Philanthropist


Gail and Dale Coyne PLAINFIELD, ILL.


Successful Businesspeople


“Change is something we have to run to and embrace,” emphasizes BSA President Rex Tillerson. “That is our future.”


about their communities? How do they feel about their country? It’s about the expe- rience we’re going to give that young person.” Top-tier speakers also included National Commissioner Tico Perez and President and CEO of AT&T Mobility Ralph de la Vega, who offered their perspec- tives on challenges facing the organization in its second 100 years. All reinforced the major imperatives: improve the program. increase recruiting and retention.


IndyCar Team Owners Friends of Youth


Robert F. Sinclair YAKIMA, WASH.


Supporter of Education Distinguished Eagle Scout Inventive Leader


Dr. William Finerty, D.P.M. DEFIANCE, OHIO


Distinguished Physician International Scouter Devoted Leader


W. Scott Sorrels ALPHARETTA, GA.


Friend of Commissioners Venturing Pioneer Youth Advocate


Marshall Hollis, Pharm.D. RIPLEY, MISS.


Experienced Outdoorsman Leader in Safety


Trusted Businessman


Mary E. Stevens, Ph.D. SAN RAFAEL, CALIF.


Training Innovator Technology Trailblazer Strategic Thinker


SEPTEMBER•OCTOBER 2011 ¿ S COUTING


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