Fauber receives Distinguished Commissioner Award


As a young girl Patsy Fauber became involved with many community-focused organizations including Girl Scouts, 4-H and church activities. These organizations continued to impact her life as she became deeply involved with her daughter, Michelle’s, Girl Scout Troop through which seven girls achieved their Gold Award. Patsy first became involved with the Boy Scouts when her son, Brandon, was old enough to join. She became a scoutmaster in Lynchburg, in 1997 and with her guidance the troop has produced several Eagle Scouts in the intervening years. Patsy’s leadership and dedication to scouting has earned her the 2001 District Award of Merit, 2006 Scouter’s Training Award and 2015 Distinguished Commissioner Award. Patsy is known to instill qualities of honesty, courage and patience in young Scouts, along with helping them develop a strong moral character. Patsy’s commitment in and out of Scouting shines through. She is a unique individual who always steps up in times of need. She is pictured with her award.


As a young girl Patsy Fauber became involved with many community-focused organizations including Girl Scouts, 4-H and church activities. These organizations continued to impact her life as she became deeply involved with her daughter, Michelle’s, Girl Scout Troop through which seven girls achieved their Gold Award. Patsy first became involved with the Boy Scouts when her son, Brandon, was old enough to join. She became a scoutmaster in Lynchburg, in 1997 and with her guidance the troop has produced several Eagle Scouts in the intervening years. Patsy’s leadership and dedication to scouting has earned her the 2001 District Award of Merit, 2006 Scouter’s Training Award and 2015 Distinguished Commissioner Award. Patsy is known to instill qualities of honesty, courage and patience in young Scouts, along with helping them develop a strong moral character. Patsy’s commitment in and out of Scouting shines through. She is a unique individual who always steps up in times of need. She is pictured with her award.

As a young girl Patsy Fauber became involved with many community-focused organizations including Girl Scouts, 4-H and church activities. These organizations continued to impact her life as she became deeply involved with her daughter, Michelle’s, Girl Scout Troop through which seven girls achieved their Gold Award. Patsy first became involved with the Boy Scouts when her son, Brandon, was old enough to join. She became a scoutmaster in Lynchburg, in 1997 and with her guidance the troop has produced several Eagle Scouts in the intervening years. Patsy’s leadership and dedication to scouting has earned her the 2001 District Award of Merit, 2006 Scouter’s Training Award and 2015 Distinguished Commissioner Award. Patsy is known to instill qualities of honesty, courage and patience in young Scouts, along with helping them develop a strong moral character. Patsy’s commitment in and out of Scouting shines through. She is a unique individual who always steps up in times of need. She is pictured with her award.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Silver-Beaver-pic.jpgAs a young girl Patsy Fauber became involved with many community-focused organizations including Girl Scouts, 4-H and church activities. These organizations continued to impact her life as she became deeply involved with her daughter, Michelle’s, Girl Scout Troop through which seven girls achieved their Gold Award. Patsy first became involved with the Boy Scouts when her son, Brandon, was old enough to join. She became a scoutmaster in Lynchburg, in 1997 and with her guidance the troop has produced several Eagle Scouts in the intervening years. Patsy’s leadership and dedication to scouting has earned her the 2001 District Award of Merit, 2006 Scouter’s Training Award and 2015 Distinguished Commissioner Award. Patsy is known to instill qualities of honesty, courage and patience in young Scouts, along with helping them develop a strong moral character. Patsy’s commitment in and out of Scouting shines through. She is a unique individual who always steps up in times of need. She is pictured with her award.
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