Scouting is a philosophy of life. As a Scout, you are taught to do your best and leave your environment in better shape than when you arrived. As an Eagle Scout you are required to show leadership, perseverance, and cheerful service. These traits, along with the many other scouting experiences and education, continue to keep us prepared in our daily lives.
Steve Waken is AVP of business continuity planning for AT&T. He currently sits on Eagle and Eagle Project Board of Review for Alamo Area Council in San Antonio and is a life member of Na-tional Eagle Scout Associa-tion. He received his Eagle Scout in 1973, was a Brotherhood member of Order of the Arrow and a Great Salt Plains Council representative at the 14th World Jamboree at Lille-hammer, Norway.
Keith Waken received his Eagle Scout in 1973 and was a Vigil member of Order of the Arrow, a Silver Beaver award recipient, a contingency leader for the Philmont trek and a Great Salt Plains Council representative at the 14th World Jamboree at Lillehammer, Norway. Keith was a two-term president of Great Salt Plains/Cimarron Council, member of the board of trustees, chairman of Eagle and Eagle Project Board of Review, district executive, BSA climbing director, NESA life member and a pack leader for Last Frontier Council. Keith’s son, Sam, is a Webelos Scout in the Last Frontier Council.
Brad Waken is a commercial broker with Waken and Company Real Estate. He received his Eagle Scout in 1978 and is a Brother-hood member of Order of the Arrow, a two-time member of Northern Boundary Waters contingency, an executive board member of Cimarron Council, a member of Eagle and Eagle Project Board of Review, a BSA climbing instructor, NESA life member and a volunteer for Troop 6. In addition to Scouting, Brad is involved in other community organizations including CDSA, Enid Community Clinic, and Our Daily Bread. Brad’s son, John, is a Life Scout in Troop 6.