Easley earns Eagle rank

July 17, 2014 

Troop 391 recognized its newest Eagle Scout, Sullivan J. Easley, at a June 22 Court of Honor.

Sullivan J. Easley joined the troop, chartered to Our Lady of the Presentation Catholic Church, in September 2013 after moving from Webster, N.Y. where he was a Boy Scout in Troop 363 for three years. Before leaving Webster last summer, “Sully” completed his Eagle Scout project with the Friends of Webster Trails. He led 26 volunteers over three different days and totalled 203 volunteer hours in the building of four nesting boxes for wood ducks and two boxes for screech owls, all with predator protection and installed them in four different parks or preserves. He also led a group in a section of trail building to help the Friends of Webster Trails expand into the northern area of the 25 acre Whiting Road Preserve. Sully, 15, attained the rank of Eagle in January this year, a month before his birthday. He has earned 26 Merit Badges and hopes to earn more.

Sully is the son of Lt. Col. (Ret) David and Susan Easley and just completed his freshman year at Lee’s Summit North High School where he earned letters in academics & music.

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