On April 17, local Eagle Scouts gathered to honor Jeff Pinneo, this year’s Distinguished Eagle Scout Award Recipient. Presented by Brad Tilden, Honorary Event Chairman and current Chairman, President, and CEO of Alaska Air Group (and previous recipient of the award), the award acknowledges Eagle Scouts who have received national-level recognition, fame, or demonstrated eminence within their field, and have a strong record of voluntary service to the community. The evening also honored the 2017 class of 514 Eagle Scouts and ten Eagle Scout scholarship award recipients.
Eagle Scouts from the Cascade Pacific Council 2017 Statistics
Eagle Scouts Class of 2017: 514
Merit badges: 17,393
Hours of community service: 155,000+
Service project hours: 33,410
Trained youth leaders: 233
Boys & girls, ages 5-20: 20,365
Summer camp attendance: 15,156
Member retention: 82%
Scholarship assistance: $75,500
Award recipient Jeff Pinneo has had a distinguished career, including 29 years with Alaska and Horizon Air, the last nine as Horizon’s President and CEO. He served as the third CEO in the history of Medical Teams International, and currently serves as a trustee at M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust.
Arnerich Massena is proud to sponsor the organization that helps prepare young people and instills the values of the Scout Law: “A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.” And we’re proud to count among us two Eagle Scout employees: Ryland Moore, director of business development and principal; and Glen Goland, JD, CFP, senior wealth strategist. To learn more about Boy Scouts of America/ Cascade Pacific Council, visit https://www.cpcbsa.org/