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Boy Scout Troop 49
(Oconomowoc, Wisconsin)
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Troop 49 Eagles

 Ludwig Kern
 2  Lawrence Crummins
 3  Scott Wagner
 4  Robert Hasselkus
 5  Emmett Smith
 6  Jonathan Carpenter
 7  Brett Wagner
 8  Eric Braatz
 9  Robert Duffy
 10  Matthew Valentine
 11  Craig Wagner
 12  David Drenk
 13  Fred Schnell
 14  Mike Jesse  6/01/1989
 Robert Dodd
 16  Daniel Drenk
 17  Christopher Russell
 Keith Shimon
 19  Adam Ramme
 20  Austin Ramme
 21  Sean Driscoll
 22  Jonathan O'Konek
 23  Edward Meier
 24  Nicholas Meier
 25  Jordan Farr  10/01/2003
 26  Nathaniel Brain
 27  Jacob Farr  7/09/2004
 28  Jacob Kulas
 29  Samuel Kastellc
 30  Matthew Bohman
 31  John Bagley
 32  Thomas Carroll
 33  Nathan Murray
 34  Zachary Kastelic
 35  Andrew Sumwalt
 36  Nicolas Schmidt
 37  James Babcock II
 38  Patrick Wittak
 39  Robert Buchanan
 40  Steven Carroll
 41  Karl Marek
 42  Brady Miner
 43  Jacob Miner
 44  Sean Murray
 45  Steven Sonnentag
 46  Nicholas Merritt
 47  Jacob Kievit
 48  Josh Kulas
 49  Cameron Johanning
 50  Alex Fuehrer  12/17/2012 
 51  Lucas Nelson   12/17/2012
 52  Jimmy Gudmudson  12/17/2012
 53  Shane Burns  1/13/2013
 54  Kyle Zwicke  1/13/2013
 55  Derek Lien
 56  Jacob Emery
 Joseph Neimon
 58  Joshua Pfister  12/01/2013
 59  Xavier Hazelberg
 60  Adam Brewer
 61  Will Johnston
 Alexander Neimon
 63  Trenton Ruffalo
 64  Cameron Hegwood
 65  Hunter Ferrick
 66  Andrew Castillo
 67  Nicholas Bandler
 68  Raymond Menting
 69  Joshua Reynen
 70  Daniel Tahtinen
 Gene Fontaine Jr.
 72  Jack Hutchinson
 73  Charlie McCarthy
 74  Jacob Looman
 75  Nicolas Ishizaki
 Rhys Jones
 77  Cedric Hong
 78  Benjamin Winiecke
 Patrick Hanson
 Jakob Morehouse

The Voice of the Eagle

This is the voice of the Eagle, the Eagle whose heights you struggled to reach. We remember well when you first came to the base of the cliff, and how you looked up with ambition and determination. Look back for a moment, look back over the cliff you have climbed; look back at the experience you have encountered in your ascent. These experiences should not be forgotten, and you should profit by making sure that the adverse ones do not occur again. Experience is a valuable teacher if you heed its teachings.

We remember when you took your first step upon the trail that leads upward. With your first step, you began living the Scout Oath and Law. While you were on the trail, we watched you study and then we watched you learn by doing. First you were only a candidate, building yourself physically, mentally, and morally. Then your brother Scouts called you a Tenderfoot and they were right, you were indeed a Tenderfoot. 

But not for long, for soon you reached the first ledge where you were greeted by a group of Second Class Scouts. Some, like yourself, were stopping to catch their breath before continuing along the Eagle trail. You began to study more, you worked harder, and almost before you knew it, you came to another ledge, the ledge where First Class Scouts dwell.

There you found a tempting green meadow by a crystal clear stream, bathed by the sun. Here you were tempted to remain. Yes, you could have remained there to live in First Class glory, but your ambition stirred you on. We remember your progress to Star Scout. You found the trail from First Class had been an optical illusion, not as difficult as it has seemed. This spurred you on, and again you climbed higher.

Now the trail was steeper, it was less worn. Fewer Scouts seemed to be heading in your direction. You looked back and saw the crowds below you. You looked up and saw the few above you. With the same determination with which you started your climb, you continued on the trail. So on it was the badge of Life Scout, the heart badge that was placed on your uniform. You will never forget the thoughts in your heart. It has been experienced by most Scouts on reaching the ledge of Life. "Now I am close to Eagle. I will carry on." The trail became tougher, but more interesting. The original simple principles, the Scout Oath and Law, now had a fuller meaning. Your understanding of them was greater.

Yes, we have watched your character unfold and become manly. We have watched your leadership ability expand into a valuable asset. We have watched your mind develop and your wisdom increase. We have watched all of these things in you. Now that you are at the threshold of your goal, we welcome you. For you have done your climbing in a true Scout-like-manner.