Re: MB on net
CRAIG BROWN (craigers@CONC.TDS.NET)
Tue, 14 Apr 1998 22:57:42 -0400
Jim Sleezer wrote, among other things...
> On the other hand, who is that masked man?
1. No offense taken... A Scout is KIND!
2. Why don't you request my MB course and it will tell you who I am... to
include a "Recommendation for MB Counselor" form to be submitted to your
3. I would have attached it here, but I think that is against Scouts-L
policy... is that right?
4. Otherwise, since I never introduced myself when joining the list, here
Craig Taylor Brown
5204 Kingston Pike
Knoxville TN 37919
Registered Scouter with Great Smoky Mountain Council, since 1979:
Bear Den Leader, Pack 85, Alcoa United Methodist Church
Unit Commissioner, Troop 86, Logans Chapel United Methodist Church
Pack 954, Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
District Committee, Tuckaleechee District
Genealogy Merit Badge Counselor
Eagle Scout, 1979, Troop 285, Maryville TN
Life Member, National Eagle Scout Association
Order of the Arrow, Ordeal Member
Coach, Junior Pro Basketball, since 1981
Captain, Infantry, US Army Reserve, commissioned from University of
Tennessee ROTC, 1983. (Jim... if you need to see my National Security
Clearance... I'll mail you a copy).
American Legion, Post 2, Knoxville TN, Finance Officer since 1997
Owner, Funeral Directions and Funeral Directions-Halls, both Tennessee
licensed funeral establishments, where I specialize in providing families
across the U.S. and locally with caskets and burial vaults at a deep
discount, allowing them to use their family funeral establishment and still
save thousands of dollars in total cost. Coming soon to an ISP near you...
Tennessee Licensed Funeral Director, since 1986
Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP), since 1991
US Army Mortuary Affairs Officer, since 1986
And if your still with me...
Genealogist since 1987, uncovering family history as far back as 980 AD (to
date), utilizing the internet, local libraries, state archives, family
histories, etc. Incidentally, the funeral business was how I got started in
researching my own family history.
I hope I didn't sound too vain!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City