Three generations of Eagle Scouts
The Brenner family's newest Eagle Scout, Baden, is pictured with others family members who also earned the honor. Pictured, from left, are Christopher Brenner, Baden’s grandfather from Grayslake, Illinois; Carl Brenner, Baden’s father; Baden Brenner; and Paul Brenner, Baden’s great-uncle from Evanston, Illinois. A cousin in Corpus Christi, also an Eagle Scout, was unable to attend.
Baden Brenner climbed Eagle Mountain and earned his Eagle award during a recent ceremony at Camp Stidwell.
Only four percent of Boy Scouts, nationwide, become Eagle Scouts. Yet, in the Brenner family becoming an Eagle Scout is a way of life.
Baden Brenner joins is grandfather, Christopher Brenner of Grayslake, Illinois; his father, Carl Brenner; his great-uncle, Paul Brenner of Evanston, Illinois; and a cousin in Corpus Christi; in earning the Eagle Scout honor.
Baden has been active in Troop 111 for over seven years. He gave credit for his development in leadership skills to his attending the Scouts “National Youth Leadership Training” course.
Over 70 attended the ceremony with attendees coming from various parts of the country. Baden is now enrolled at Idaho State University studying in the field of robotics.