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August 29, 2009

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rickgeorges

I totally agree with you. I am an Eagle Scout too and often find myself reciting trustworthy, loyal etc when i am confronted with ethical questions or need to sort out certain issues with clients. As a litigation consultant the principles of scouting often help me to help my clients sort through the issues before them regardless of what side they represent. ALvin Towley wrote a book..Legacy of Honor, The Values and Influence of America's Eagle Scouts. Was Senator Ted Kennedy part of our fraternity? If not many of the things he devoted his life to seem to me to be consistent with scouting.
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Steven

Steven E. Perkel, DSW, LCSW

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