Del-Mar-Va Boy Scouts recognize two Delawareans for lifetime service


The Del-Mar-Va Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the National Eagle Scout Association recognized two Delawareans for their lifetime service.

Lt. General Ronald Blanck

Lt. General Ronald Blanck was presented the 2019 Distinguished Eagle Scout Award. His career includes Chairman of the Board of Martin, Blanck & Associates, President of the University of North Texas Health Science Center.

As a board-certified doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. His military career includes commander of the Walter Reed Medical Center.

His academic credentials include teaching positions in the Georgetown University, George Washington University, and the Howard University School of Medicine. Dr. Blanck and his wife reside in Delaware.

WGMD’s John Brady received the 2019 Outstanding Eagle Scout Award. John’s scouting career began in 1970 in Wilmington. He attended graduate school at the University of Richmond and law school at the University of Delaware, graduating Com Laude in 1991. He moved to Sussex County in 1993 and was elected County Register in Chancery, Recorder of Deeds twice, and Clerk of the Peace.

“I am so humbled to receive this Outstanding Eagle Scout Award this evening at the Rusty Rudder from the Del-Mar-Va Council Boy Scouts,” John Brady wrote on social media following the ceremony.

John’s career includes expert political analysis and a weekly radio show on WGMD. He resides in the Lewes area.