Eagle Scout is the highest attainable rank in Boy Scouting and requires years of dedication and hard work. The title of “Eagle Scout” is held for life, thus giving rise to the phrase “Once an Eagle, always an Eagle”.
Scouts must demonstrate proficiency in leadership, service, and outdoor skills at multiple levels before achieving the Eagle rank. Fewer than 5 percent of Boy Scouts earn the Eagle badge.
If you are an aspiring Troop 2 Eagle Scout, take a look at the “So You Want to Be An Eagle Scout…” page.
We are proud of all of our scouts that have attained Eagle rank!
Troop 2 Eagle Scouts
2017: Noah Fincher, Karun Singh
2016: Hayden Lueking, Alan Balu
2015: Jesse Green, Paritosh Raval, Jacob Vassalotti, Akash Singh, Victor Gregory, Jamie Suddard
2014: Daulton Wallace, Trevor Adams, Bradley Pedano
2013: Jacob Verbanas, John Livingstone
2012: Steven Ryan, Chris Reynolds, Will Lueking
2010: Ben Masino
2009: Brian Chorman, Michael DeMayo
2008: Jesse Taylor
2007: Tim Kolpak
2006: Mike Ryan, Neal Nayak, Samir Sethi
2005: Aaron Hanlon, Bruce Deakyne
2004: Jack Masino, Eric Austin
2003: Dwayne Pragg
2001: Rob VanderDecker, Scott Kasprzak, Ben Schmidt
1999: Jonathan Couch, Trevor King, Mike Persoleo, Andy Kasprzak
1998: Derek Schwalbauch, Dan Taylor
1997: Joe Bosik, Ed Sykes
1996: Joe Andreoli
1995: Nathan Nazdrowicz, Rob Schmidt
1992: Eric Thompson
1990: Gregory J. Weinig