* Silver Fawn ** Silver Antelope *** Silver Buffalo
Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Recipients of this award are registered adult leaders who have made an impact on the lives of youth through service given to the council. The Silver Beaver is an award given to those who implement the Scouting program and perform community service through hard work, self sacrifice, dedication, and many years of service. It is given to those who do not actively seek it.
The Sequoia Council Boy Scouts of America, acting through the National Court of Honor, is given the
opportunity to present the Silver Beaver Award for distinguished service to youth.
The award is presented to registered adults of exceptional character within the jurisdiction of the
Sequoia Council for noteworthy service to youth. The award is limited to adults (over 21 years of
age) who are currently registered volunteer Scouters. It cannot be presented posthumously.
Any volunteer can make nominations for this award. An appointed Silver Beaver Committee makes
the selection of the Silver Beaver recipients from the nominations received. The Council is allowed to
recognize a specific number of volunteers for this award, which is then presented at the Annual
Council Recognition Dinner. It is a general policy that no public announcement shall be made by the
Council in advance of action by the National Court of Honor with reference to the names presented
for consideration. Nominations should be processed without the knowledge of the nominee.
To nominate someone for the Silver Beaver:
All three parts of the nomination form must be completed.
- Please give the full name and title (if any) of the nominee just as you want it to appear
on the certificate (Part I – NOMINATION FORM [Pg. 1 of 6]).
- You may use the back of the form or additional sheets of paper, if necessary, to
complete Sections A – G of Part II, the BACKGROUND INFORMATION WORKSHEET.
It is essential that you research your nominee and include as much information as is
- Include a minimum of three letters of support (Part III – LETTERS OF
RECOMMENDATION) from a variety of sources: Scouts or other individuals who can
attest to the nominee’s service to youth.
Consideration for this year’s nominations must be received at either the Fresno or Visalia Service
Center by December 31st
The Silver Beaver Selection Committee
John is a life-long educator, an avid fly fisherman and hiking enthusiast. Winter sees him cross country skiing. John has a wonderful family and he and Judy have two children and three grandsons. As a youth he enjoyed his Scouting days. He met one of life’s first challenges as a Scout – it was called Morse Code! John served our country and the nation of Bolivia from 1964 to 1966 as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in community development. A little know fact about John…his given name is Johnnie. When he reached the ripe old age of 12 he decided Johnnie sounded a little kidish so he started calling himself John.
Connie puts family first. She and Paul have a wonderful “A Team” family of five sons. She keeps busy with family businesses and centers her life around the family. In her youth Connie was an active Girl Scout and earned the highest rank, the Gold Award which is the Eagle equivalent. A little know fact about Connie is that in her own upbringing, she was the oldest of 6 children so we know what excitement that brings.
Scott always has a smile and lights up a room just by entering! He is an expert in landscape architect and construction manager. Scott enjoys family life and is very proud of his children and grandchildren. This year marks the 30th wedding anniversary for he and Sharon. Scott is an active Scouter and recently survived being course director for Wood Badge. In part because he had to deal with 8 professional Scouters all on his course together! A little know fact about Scott is that he would like you to know that his faith in God and his years in seeing the power Scouting can have on a person’s life has led him to believe that this is an inspired program and that Scouting truly can save the world.
Mike is a long time Scouter having received his Eagle award in 1962 in Madera. He has been a great supporter of the Thunderbird District and the troop of his youth – troop 116. I did some rough math and since he met his future wife while they were both in Kindergarten, they have essentially been together for over 62 years! A little known fact about Mike is he is actually not able to be with us this evening so that is why you do not see him. We will present Mike at a deserving setting and invite him back to this event next year.
Tom is one of those guys you can depend on. I know Jerry Jones sure appreciated Tom with his help when Jerry was Scoutmaster. At the same time Tom was Scoutmaster of yet another troop. That is pretty special. Like many of our recipients this evening, Tom moved around California during his life. We are lucky to have him in our Council. He is an Eagle Scout. Tom served our country for 24 years in the United States Navy. One fact you may not know about Tom is that he would like Jerry Jones, John Kenny and Keith Backman to know that he appreciates their mentoring over the years.
Robert can best be described as a renaissance man! He has had a wonderful life being an educator and a person who has spent quite a bit of time in the skies. Robert served our country in the United States Army from 1967 to 1969. Marilyn and Robert have a great family with three daughters and three grandchildren. Bob is an Eagle Scout having received his badge in 1961. He has served in many Scout capacities including Council popcorn kernel. One little known fact about Robert is that he is the proud owner of 23 Mickey Mouse neckties.
Cliff is an agricultural economist and helps shape the industry which produces nearly 40 percent of the nations produce right here from our great valley. As a Scout Cliff achieve the rank of Star Scout while growing up in Othello Washington. Cliff and Zonda have a wonderful family of five children and nine grandchildren. Cliff is active in his community and is a leader in his Church. One little know fact about Cliff is that he designed a blueberry harvesting tray that is currently being used throughout the industry, but unfortunately he did not get the patent on it.
John has been active in Scouting since his youth, including earning the rank of Eagle Scout. He has held a variety of positions as an adult in Scouting, including his current positions as Assistant Scoutmaster with Troop 16 in Clovis and District Committee Chairman for the San Joaquin District. John attended the 1971 World Scout Jamboree in Japan where he hiked Mt. Fujiyama during a typhoon. John graduated from Brigham Young University in 1978 with a degree in accounting. He later went on to graduate from the University of Washington with a Masters in Business Administration in 1979, and Brigham Young University Law in 1985. John Met his wife, Ana Leesa in 1968. They didn’t begin dating until 1977 and were married in 1978 in Provo, UT. They have 5 children and 10 grandchildren. John enjoys speaking French, playing the flute, and hiking.
Don attended Porterville High School where he met his wife Mariom. They were married in Porterville in 1969. Don attended college while in the military, in addition to attending Porterville College, and Fresno State University in 1990. Don has been involved in Scouting since becoming a Den Leader in 1987. Since then Don has been a Webelos Den Leader, Assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster, Unit Commissioner, Roundtable Commissioner, Wood Badge Staff member, and a Wood Badge Course Director. Don did not have the opportunity to participate in Scouting as a youth and has made up for lost time as an adult. Don has told his grandsons that he refuses to grow up and will always be a Scout.
Bert was a Cub Scout and earned the Arrow of Light I 1965. He was in Boy Scouts from 1966 to 1972 and earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Since then Bert has been a Scoutmaster, Unit Commissioner, Friends of Scouting Chairman for the Mt. Whitney District, and currently serves as a merit badge counselor, Eagle Project Coach, and committee member for Troop 405. Bert graduated from Selma High School in 1972, Reedley College in 1974, Brigham Young University with degrees in Zoology and Microbiology in 1978 and 1981, Washington university School of Dental Medicine in 1985, and University of Utah General practice Dentistry in 1986. Bert met his wife Eileen in 1978 at Brigham Young University. They were married in 1979 in Oakland, CA. They have 6 daughters, 3 of which are married to Eagle Scouts.
Sheldon has been involved in Scouting since his youth, and achieved the rank of Life Scout as a Boy Scout. Since then he has been a Den Leader, Webelos Den Leader, Varsity Scout Coach, Venture Crew Advisor, District Committee member, Jamboree Scoutmaster, Wood Badge Staff member and Wood Badge Course Director. He currently hold the position of Scoutmaster in Troop 302 in Sanger, CA and is the Council Advancement Chairman. Sheldon Graduated from Sanger High School in 1982 and went on the graduate from Brigham Young University in 1989, and Pepperdine University School of Law in 1992. Sheldon met his wife Stacey in the 6th grade, they were married 12 years later in 1987. They have 5 children.
Scott joined Cub Scouts in 1972 and went on the earn the rank of Eagle Scout in 1980. Scott has been active as an adult in Scouting since 1988, most recently as the District Committee Chairman in the Kings River District. Scott has also been a Scoutmaster, Varsity Scout Coach, Pack Committee Chair, Order of the Arrow Chapter Advisor, Assistant District Commissioner, and District Commissioner. Scott Attended Norco Senior High School and went to attend San Joaquin Delta College, Bakersfield College, and CSU Bakersfield. Scott Completed an apprenticeship to become a Journeyman Lineman in 1990. Scott met his wife Shelly in Bakersfield in 1986 at a church sponsored dance. They were married in 1987 and have 2 daughters.
Stephen joined Scouting as a youth in 1965, earning the Arrow of Light award. He continued on in Scouting for the next few years, achieving the rank of First Class Scout. Stephen graduated from St. Thomas Military Academy in 1970, and went on to join the Navy, retiring from active duty in 1998. As an adult Stephen has held a variety of position in Scouting, including: Assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster, District Camping Chairman, Council Camping Committee member, Unit Commissioner, District Training Chairman, Assistant District Commissioner, Wood Badge staff member, and has been on staff a many trainings and events. Stephen met his wife Arla 1989 in Visalia at a square dance. They were married in 1991 and have a son and a granddaughter.
Paul was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout and completed the requirements for the rank of Eagle Scout just prior to his 13th birthday as a member of Troop292 in Inglewood, CA. Paul is currently the Scoutmaster of Troop390 in Fowler, CA. He has also been a Tiger Den Leader, Wolf/ Bear Den Leader, Webelos Leader, Pack and Troop Committee Member, Crew Advisor, and Charter Organization Representative. Paul graduated from St. Bernard High School in 1978 and went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from UCLA in 1983, a Master of Science Candidate in Ag Chemistry at CSU Fresno 1983-1985, and a Doctorate of Pharmacy from University of Pacific in 1988. Paul met his wife Connie in high school and they were married in 1984. They have 5 sons, 3 of which are Eagle Scouts, the 4th is currently a Life Scout, and the 5th is a 2nd year Webelos.
Jim was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout in Salinas, CA and Earned the Rank of Eagle Scout. Jim has served as an Assistant Scoutmaster both in Salinas and in Fresno, a Cubmaster, Jamboree Assistant Scoutmaster, and is currently serving as Scoutmaster for Troop 35 in Fresno and Order of The Arrow Lodge Advisor. Jim graduated from North Salinas High School in 1982 and is also a graduate of Hartnell College class of 1986, and CSU Fresno class of 1988. Jim met his wife Debbie while working at J.C. Penny Co. in Salinas in May 1984. They were married in December 1987. Jim and Debbie have 4 children. Their 2 sons, Tyler and Kyle are both Eagle Scouts.
Has been active in Scouting for a number of years and currently serves as the Council Camping Committee Chair and a Unit Commissioner. Lora has held a variety of positions in Scouting and has been on staff at numerous trainings and events. Lora was born right here in Fresno and grew up on a ranch west of Kerman. Lora Graduated from Kerman High School 1971 and after that spent a year at Fresno City College before transferring to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Lora graduated from CSU Northridge in 1978 with a degree in Business Management. Lora met her husband Thad while at Cal Poly in 1973. They were married in 1975. Their son Walter is an Eagle Scout.
Don was a Boy Scout as a youth in Oakland, CA. As an adult Don has served as a Webelos Den Leader, Troop Committee Chair, and is currently serving as a member of the Troop Committee for Troop 116 in Madera, CA. Don Graduated from Castlemont High School in 1959 and San Jose State University in 1964. Don has been a board member of Madera Camp Fire USA for over 20 years as well as an active Rotarian for 23 years, including a term as club president and a term as Assistant district governor. Don is active with the Rotary’s Interact Club and assisted in the construction of over 80 playgrounds in Mexico. Don met his wife Cathi while at San Jose State University and they were married in 1965. They have 3 children. Their son Kenny is an Eagle Scout.
Kim is extremely active in Scouting in the Mt. Whitney District since 1993. She has served as Assistant Den Leader, Den Leader, Cubmaster, Webelos Den Leader, Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop Committee Chairman, Assistant Explorer Adviser; Explorer Committee Chair and Venturing Committee Chairman. In our Council, Kim has also served as a Unit Commissioner, District Roundtable Commissioner, District Committee Member and Chapter Advisor for the Order of the Arrow. She has been awarded the Cub Scouter Award, Scouter’s Training Award, Commissioner’s Arrowhead Honor, and College of Commissioner Science Doctorate Award. Kim received the Order of the Arrow Vigil Honor in 2004 and received the Founders Award in 2007.
Dean has a long history of Scouting in the Visalia Area. He has served as a Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster for Pack 344; Committee Member and Associate Advisor for Crew 344, Assistant Varsity Coach for Team 344, Assistant Scoutmaster and eventually Scoutmaster for Troop 344. He has earned the Den Leader Award, Webelos Den Leader Award and the Cub Scouter Award. Dean completed Wood Badge in 2008 and continues to “Lead by Leaps and Bounds”.
Dean has been very active and an integral part of the continued success of the National Youth Leadership Training Course that is offered each year by our Council. His ability to assemble a dynamic core of both youth as well as adult trainers has led to our Council having one of the most successful youth training courses in its history.
Greg earned his Eagle Scout Award in 1989 while living in the Philippines and is a third generation Eagle Scout. Greg was once offered the opportunity to play Pro Basketball in the Philippines but he declined that opportunity. His family eventually returned to California and Greg was able to attended Fresno City College and eventually earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.
Greg has many active years with Scouting, including his current role as an Associate Adviser with the Order of the Arrow. Greg enjoys coaching baseball, football, and basketball to elementary school age youth. He also served as the Council Centennial Camporall Committee Chairman in 2010 leading the largest Camporall in Council history.
Chris has been an active member of his Church serving as a Sunday School Teacher, Elder’s Quorum Counselor, Bishopric Counselor, High Priest Group Leader, Secretary, Counselor in the Stake Young Men’s Organization and Stake Finance Clerk.
Chris has been active in Scouting for more than 20 years in a variety of positions. He has held the positions of Merit Badge Counselor, Unit Commissioner, District Commissioner, District Chairman, District Committee Member, Scoutmaster, and Friends of Scouting Coordinator.
Chris enjoys shooting at the rifle range, traveling, model railroading and spending quality time with his family. Chris is probably least known for the fact that he designed the Fresno City College logo in 1968. That logo is still used to this day.
Scott spent 7.5 years in the Army including a tour as a Company Clerk for the Infantry in Vietnam. Scott’s father and sister are also retired from the military. After he left the Army Scott had a twenty year career in Law Enforcement retiring in 2007 as a Lieutenant with the Sheriff’s Department.
Scott has been an active member of the scouting program for many years holding a variety of positions including, Pack, Troop, Team and Crew Committee Member, Pack, Troop, Team and Crew Charter Organization Representative, District Committee Member, and District Commissioner.
Scott loves being a grandfather and enjoys providing child care for his youngest grandson.
As a young woman Sheila enjoyed her time as Campfire Girl, and as a Blue Bird. She especially enjoys bike riding, and hiking particularly when she gets the opportunity to hike up Mt. Whitney or down the Grand Canyon. She enjoys doing community service whenever she can. She likes singing, watching old John Wayne movies and I Love Lucy reruns.
Sheila has many active years with Scouting, including her current role as a Sequoia Council Volunteer Day Camp Director. Sheila continues her involvement with Church committees and was a Seminary teacher for 11 years.
Ron has many active years with Scouting, including his current role as a Sequoia Council board member and chair of the FOS advisory committee. Ron was a summer camp leader at Camp Chawanakee in 1977 and 1978. He served on the Scout O Rama committee from 1974 to 1976; he became Cubmaster for Pack 223 St. Anthony’s in Fresno in 1976 and later became Scoutmaster of Troop 223 from 1977 to 1980. Ron was the then Mono District chairman from 1978 to 1979. Ron continues his involvement with parish activities at St. Anthony’s and also serves on various Diocesen committees.
Ron and Kathi are proud grandparents of 17 grandchildren.
Richard has many active years with Scouting. He has served in many positions including, Merit Badge Counselor, Troop Committee Member, Assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster, District Committee Member and most recently as District Chairman of the Thunderbird District. Richard has recently selected as a member of the Council Executive Board. He is still active with Troop 116 in Madera. He is highly organized, dependable, has a positive attitude and just a natural way about him that brings a group together to make each Scouting experience enjoyable.
Richard has been an active participant in the California Cadet Corp having held the position of State Executive Officer. He was awarded the California Commendation Medal in 2005 from the Military Department, State of California for his service from July 2002 through June 2005.
Michael was active in Scouting as a youth earning his Eagle Scout Award in 1966 while a member of Troop 378 in Orosi. He served as the camp bugler at Camp Mirimichi at Huntington Lake and was a member of the Order of the Arrow “Tap Out” Team during his summers there.
As an adult, Michael is enjoying a 34 year-career as an architect and is currently the president and one of the principal owners of Mangini Associates, Inc. Tellian-Parish-McLain.
He has chaired the District Eagle Board of Review Committee from 1987 to 1995 and was honored with the District Award of Merit in 1988. He has served on the staff at Philmont Training Center for District Key 3 Training.
Larry was also involved in the Future Farmers of America while he was attending High School in Santa Maria, where he earned the American Farmer Degree. He later attended and graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 1990 earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Engineering Technology.
Larry has many active years with Scouting, including his current roles as a Cubmaster of Pack 4, Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 4, and Crew Advisor for Crew 4. Larry serves at the district level as well on the Advancement Committee where he organizes the Boards of Review for potential Eagle Scouts.
David Cruz, Randy Fortel, Tim Escobedo, Ken Hatfield, John Kenney, Robert Laburada, Pat Meyers, Paul Nelson, Scott Olson, Katie
Steve Beecher, Edward Casey Jones, Bruce Smith, Jerry Thompson, Lloyd Thomurebr
Mark Alson, James Dunn, Tom Haley, Ed Halverstadt, Tom Kidwell, Danial Peck, Mike Rankin, Yuki Stuartbr
Dave Davis, Dan Doyle, Cheryl Nash, Phil Sage, Irene Switajewski, John Wrightbr
Keith Backman, Mark Blomquist, Thomas E. Brockhouse, Dr. Tim Brox, David Engstrom, Daphne Ferguson, Mark Perrybr
Chuck Duerksen, Jerry Lyles, Jack Rogers, Nita Wilsonbr
Bill Gentry, Bob Glassman, Rene Nadon, Mark Peruch, Julie Scott, Jim Simonian, Ron Snedegarbr
Wilbur “Bud” Breslin, John Dodson, Gerald Haworth, Scott Holm, Jim Mitchell, Pamela Pierce, Kerry Reynoldsbr
Lori Heryford, Wayne Nash, Denise Netzley, Donald “Doc” Pierce, Jim Powell, Cyril Thompsonbr
Robert Cardinal, Sherry Lynn Dees, Joe Gomez, James E. Lessenger MD, Alfred D. Stuart, Sr., , Francine Van Patten, Randall J. Zeebbr
John Aldous, Robert Hodgkins, Fred Iverson, Georgia Johnson, Scott Moreland, Anthony Pete, Gerard Starkey
Ed Boyle III, Larry Buckley, Richard Fosse, Al Gamino, Sharon Kissel, Tom Kuczynski, Dr. William Netzley, Tom Switajewski, Cathy Tantau
Al Blumer, Larsen Boyer, Tim Bradford, Dr. Floyd Buchanan, John Garabedian, Jennifer McKinsey, Tony Ratkus
Cary Biggert, Dr. David Crane, Masa Hanamaikai, Jim Maxwell, Alex Modesto
Jess Andres, Jim Herrick, Brian Heryford, Charles McConnell, Gary Scherer
Ruthanna Cadd, Ted Dilks, Mike Feist, Gary Jordan, Tom Lowe, Mike Powell, Chuck Stephenson, Francis Sullivan
Don DeMate, Paul Gage, Dan Green, Fred Lewis, Everett Rose, Carol Sullivan
Lou Birdwell, Ardith Eggman, Russ Kehn, Steve Vandel, Barbara Wingfield, Ken Wingfield
Jim Daniels, Jerry Jones, Robert Jones, George McEwen, James McEwen, Milton Pringle, Joe Town
Al Amrhein, Harold Boyer, Jean Davidson, Dave Hatch, Richard Pescosolido, Dee Slusser, Hugh Smythe, Marvin Steed
Bill Chandler, Kent Cheeseborough, James Davidson, Gail Kaulfuss**, Bob Knudsen, Robert Line, Connie Prichard, Bettye Scherer, Dave Smith, Gene Tucker
Paul Chapman, Jr., Fred Hall, C. R. Markwardt, Ed Munger, Chester Sease
Richard Albert, Jeff Boswell, Gene Buchanan, Earl Houseman, Carl Lanford, Gary Renner, Ray Schaff, Frank Wright
H. M. McCoy, Linda McEwen, Steve Rau, Bruce Spaulding, Kris Stuebner, Alfred Williams, Ken Wood
Golden Andra, Conerd Frederickson, David Gilmore, Richard Herrinton, Randall Olson, Gene Reagan, Robert “Butch” Staples
Milton Forbes, June Krumpelman, Todd “Hoss” McNutt, John Roberto, Joyce Sears
Rod Barnett, Alec Brown, W. Lynn Dredge, Jan Perkins***, John Reynolds, James Royall
John T. Crowe, Donald L. Grant, Patti Horn, Dan Maxfield**, Bill Pritchard, George Reams, Bud Sears
Henry Bethany, Kelly Black, Sidney B. Cox, Don Farris, Allan Fisher***, Jim Kellogg, Joan McLaughlin, Gary Van Sickle
Bruce Borror, Dean Draper, Don MacGregor, Gordon Oakley, Jessie Ortiz, Janet Sharp***
Bert Evans, Lynn Green, Robert McLain, Dave McLelland, Dick Mehling
Ralph Baraldi, Ed Deutschman, Bob Ludekens, Pat Oldham, William Saleh, Jr.
Forrest Brown, Carlene Dowling, Ray Jerpe, John LaRue, Kay Welton
M. J. “Buster” Allen, Frank L. Bennet, Robert Blackburn, Oliver Cox, Joan Lambert, Allen Mather, James McDaniel, John Munday, Stan Nakanishi, Ray Whitaker
Ronald Allen, Alan C. Brown, Doyle Cardon, Marvin Cunningham, Frank Dowling, Wilma Henry, Floyd Howe, Russell Shervem
Everett Ankney, George Berkovich, Betty Budge, Don Kirkpatrick, Don Lee, Don Moore, Harry Nagata, Mary Sullivan
Gilbert Caswell, Russell Giffen, Ray Hensley, Fred Kunkleman, James Miller, Ken Preheim, Joyce Smith, Myrna Westcott*
Frank Clark, Dorothy Halverstadt*, Frank Lerrigo, Allen Sanborn, Carl Stone, William Westcott
Roy Austin, Frank Diener, Vern Jordan, Connie Kinsel, John Main, Janz Mynderup, Carol Netzley*, Robert Speck
Merle Burns, Frank Harmon, Leonard Henthorn, Elden Hooper, Margaret Johnson*, William McCullough, Bernard Silvas
Cliff Coe, Edwin Hansen, Carl Hinton, T. L. Isaacs, Robert Lewis, Willard Parks
William Fossat, Dr. I. McDonald, Dr. J. Oldfield, George Teraoka, Jack Whittling, Wyman Yenter
Lawrence Clawson, L. M. Cordrey, Verne Horton, Ira Landerman, Myrle Netzley, Warren Rankin
Glenn E. Hendershott, Monsignor D. Kennan, Elmer N. Rau, Tom Shimasaki, Lawrence J. Smeds, Otto Stoebig
William H. Baker, Archie Fries, Buel Hinton, Donald F. Jorgensen, Royal H. Sorenson, Judge M. Wingrove
Norman Guerger, Robert Henry, Ray Noland, Elwin W. Peak, G. R. Ruddell, Frank Tara, Dr. K. H. Taira
Frank Bergon, Fred Gilispey, Lee Halverstadt, Clovis Lantia, Evins Naman
Rufus Branum, Earl E. Foley, Thomas Mott, L. L. Penfield, Robert B. Shiner
Ray Bishop, Bert Hall, Rudy Lovelady, Earl Ruth, Harrison Smith, Edwin C. Strotch
Bruce Blacksill, Floyd A. Boyd, Ed Dundas, Rev. A. L. Fritz, Dr. O. C. Jones, Donald W. Matthews, William F. Rockholt
Carl E. Christensen, Arthur D. Church, W. S. Cooper, Dr. J. F. Dickson, A. L. Rodder
Lawrence Jaffa, Robert Lundy, Richard Ochs, Frank Perry, Ray Provost, Luther Vogel
Shunkichi Ego, Sam McClaughry, Herbert Short, Edgar Smith
Fred Batkin, L. J. Fletcher, Charles S. Pashayan, Robert S. Powell, J. A. Thomason, Melville E. Willson
Joseph A. Fraites, John Gregg, David C. May, Glenn Myers, Earl Nelson
Wayne Booth, J. A. Callahan, Edgar Capps, Ralph Nabors, Edwin A. Ricks**
Dr. S. B. Bailey, Alex Feher, John Harris, G. V. Hull, Julius Nielsen
Everett L. Coffee, Wilbur McNutt, Harold Mirviss, Julius Siegfried, Floyd Wilkins
R. N. Ball, Byron Cannon, Ralph Hamer, Milo Rowell, Charles Sortor
Louis Futrill, Arthur C. Shepherd, Gus Walther, William Yeager
W. Todd Dofflemyer, John Macht, Melvin Rudhold, Dean Ursenback
Gerald Jacobus, Judge G. Moran
Frank M. Farrar, H. Ramsey Long, Harry Markowitz, Willis Petty, Harold Renfrow, W. A. Stakely, C. E. Steiner, T. P. Thomason, L. S. Van Tuyle
Thomas L. Allen**, Rev. P. Prichard, William Stockburger
W. N. Davis
Harry T. Britten
Dr. Carl Duffy, M. K. Wild
Wilburn E. Bauman, Paul Gregg, George A. Howard, Burt B. Huse, James T. Robinson
Charles Chambers, Howard Houston
Harry L. Andrews, Loren J. Harrington, C. E. Swift, Thomas Warburton, C. I. Chandler, Basil Lindsay, Ralph C. Lloyd, Basil Prior, H. R. Stumpf, Robert M. Thomas
Mervin Fulton, A. B. Ledbetter, E. M. Prescott, C. E. Swift, Paul B. Wilson,
Col. E. J. Atkisson, R. I. Montgomery, G. L. Thompson
R. E. McCabe
A. H. Schultz
C. I. Chandler, Basil Lindsay, Ralph C. Lloyd, Basil Prior, H. R. Stumpf, Robert M. Thomas