Eleven years ago, he returned to Scouting with Pack 53 and served as Cubmaster for five years.
Michael and Charlise have four children: two Boy Scouts and two Girl Scouts.
Michael’s interests and hobbies include astronomy, camping, and video games.
He also is Vice Chairman of the Information Management Committee for the BSA National Alumni Association.
He enjoys spending free time with his wife Elizabeth and son Sean, playing with and riding their horses in the mountains, and training their wild mustang that they got several years ago from the BLM.
Jennifer and Trevor have one son, Brayden, who became an Eagle Scout in 2011 with Troop 3302 in Visalia.
Jennifer’s hobbies and interests include volunteering with the Boy Scouts, gardening, and going to the theater.
The award is limited to adults (over 21 years of age) who are currently registered volunteer Scouters. 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.
They have three sons who are all Scouts in Troop 130. Mike became a Cub Scout at age 8, earned his Arrow of Light, and became a Boy Scout with Troop 102 in Merced earning his Life rank.
Austin recently earned his Eagle and is being recognized tonight. He was an active member of the Order of the Arrow running the Dance and Ceremonial Teams for the Yo-Se-Mite Lodge.
Mike and his wife Nancy have been married for 28 years.