Posted Sunday, January 31st, 2016

The Morris County Board of Freeholders honored four new Eagle Scouts at the board’s Jan. 27 meeting, lauding the members of Boy Scout Troop 79 in Pequannock and Troop 236 in Schooley’s Mountain for their hard work and positive efforts in their community.


(l/r) Freeholders Deborah Smith and Kathy DeFillippo, Troop 79 Scout Ryan Daniel, Freeholder Hank Lyon, Troop 79 Scouts Vincent Terraneo and Scott Siri, Freeholder Christine Myers, Troop 236 Scout Joseph Harmon, and Freeholders John Cesaro and (in front) Doug Cabana

The freeholders presented certificates of achievement to Eagle Scouts Ryan Daniel, Vincent Terraneo and Scott Siri of Troop 79 in Pequannock, and Joseph Harmon of Troop 236 in Schooley’s Mountain (Washington Township).

The scouts were joined by their families at the event, which was held to celebrate the positive achievements of the county’s young residents.


In presenting the certificates, the freeholders praised the scouts for their willingness to help others and for completing their respective service projects that earned them the Eagle Scout rank.

“We are honored to present certificates to these young men who are future leaders of our county, state and nation,’’ said Freeholder Director Kathy DeFillippo. “The projects these outstanding young people must complete to become an Eagle Scout take a great deal time and commitment on their part.

“These young men represent some of the best in the young people of Morris County, and we are extremely proud of the work they have done to improve their communities,’’ added Deputy Freeholder Director Hank Lyon.