AJ Kreimer '71 awarded the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award

A.J. Kreimer '71 has been awarded the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award upon nomination by the Garden State Council and the Boy Scouts of America. This award is granted to Eagle Scouts who, after 25 years, have distinguished themselves in their life work and who have shared their talents with their communities on a voluntary basis.

Kreimer has distinguished himself through his career as a Professor, Mentor and through his continued service to God, his country, and other people by following the principles of the Scout Oath and Scout Law. He has met community service needs through his voluntary actions.

The National Eagle Scout Association Committee, under the direction of Alumni Relations at the Boy Scouts of America’s national office, selects the recipients of this award. The members of the selection committee are all recipients of the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award.

The Distinguished Eagle Scout Award was implemented in 1969, and since that time more than 1,850 nominations have been approved. Only the local council of the Eagle Scout’s primary residence may nominate. Nominations may not be made for posthumous awards.
The Court of Honor will commence at 3 o’clock, September 24th at the Riverton Country Club, Riverton N.J.  Please contact the Garden State Council Boy Scouts of America for more information 609.261.5850.
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