BSA Troop 50


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Joining Troop 50

Randolph Boy Scout Troop 50
Randolph, NJ

Troop 50 has a lot to offer boys who are between 10 & 18 years old.

We put a lot of emphasis on family involvement.


Our very active troop carries out many tasks and events.

Parents are encouraged to become involved with their son

as an Assistant Scoutmaster or Committee Member.

Troop 50 has meetings on Thursday night at 7:30 PM, usually at the Fernbrook, Randolph Middle School or VFW, throughout the school year. See our troop calendar for the next meeting and location.  All interested new Scouts are invited to come to a meeting with a parent or guardian. The necessary forms can be obtained at that time. You will also have an opportunity to talk with the other Scouts and adult leaders.

If you would like to know more about Troop 50, please feel free to contact our Scoutmaster for more information or come to our next meeting.

See the calendar for time & location. 


We Honor Our Troop 50 Eagles



Eagle Scout



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Nick Bellia


In May of 2005 Nick graduated magna cum laude from Monmouth University with a B.S. in Finance and a minor in Legal Studies. During his undergrad he spent a semester of his Junior year abroad in Sydney, Australia. His time there inspired him to find the Study Abroad Club on campus to provide prospective abroad students with tips and advice from peers, subsidize travel costs with fundraisers, and increase student enrollment in the Study Abroad Program. In January of 2010 he enrolled once again at Monmouth to pursue a Masters in Finance. Since April of 2010 he has been working full-time at a retirement consulting services firm as a Benefits Associate. Part-time he continued to work a few shifts a week as a waiter at Rooney's Oceanfront Restaurant. he continued to live a block from the beach in Long Branch and is scheduled to graduate with a MBA in May of 2011.

He applauds all the scouts in Troop 50 actively pursuing their Eagle. It is an achievement, it builds strength, and it is something that opens doors in ways not always obvious.







Doug Bocchino Attending Delaware Valley College, Majoring in Landscape Contracting and Management, Graduating Class of 2010 June




Jon Dobbins


Jon graduated in December 2010 Cum Laude from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Geography. He received the Doherty Award as the outstanding Navy ROTC graduate and the General MacArthur Award as the most outstanding ROTC Cadet at A&M. He received his commission as an Ensign in the U.S. Navy. While initially assigned to the ROTC staff at A&M, he will report to the Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center in Panama City, Florida in March to begin Explosive Ordinance Disposal Dive School.

He was a Cadet Colonel his senior year in the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, serving as the Commanding Officer of the 2nd Regiment, and a member of Company P-2, a Navy and Marine Corps ROTC unit. He was also a member of the Ross Volunteers, as special unit that serves as the Honor Guard for the Governor of Texas. Jon was a member of the SEAL Platoon, a special unit organized to prepare students for Naval Special Warfare training. As a US Navy ROTC Midshipman he has completed his three summer training tours with the Navy, including Special Warfare training. He competed in three Houston Marathons as member of the Corps of Cadets Marathon Team. He was inducted into the O. R. Simpson Honor Society. He is also a member of the Aggie Eagle Post, an organization dedicated to recruiting Eagle Scouts to the Corps of Cadets.

Jon's sends his regards to all the scouts and leaders in Troop 50.





David Darlington David Darlington attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. He has a Masters Degree in American History and works for the American Historical Association in Washington, DC as a magazine editor. He lives in northern Virginia.

David's Eagle project was to fix up the grounds of the Mendham Boro Public Library in Mendham, NJ.





John Freudenberg, Jr.


John returned in mid-2009 from serving as an Army Sergeant with the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Italy, and an 18 month tour of duty in Afghanistan.   He is attending County College of Morris to  complete an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice.  John is also volunteering as an EMT and Lieutenant on the Randolph Rescue Squad. 





Michael Haslett Michael graduated from American University in 2005 with a degree in International Development. He is currently living in Washington DC and works for the Washington College of Law at American University.






Ken Lareau, Jr. Ken completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at East Stroudsburg University, where he also pledged ΠΛΦ (Pi Lambda Phi) National Fraternity and most importantly, where he met his wife, Lauren. Last September, he celebrated his fifth wedding anniversary and welcomed their child, Landon.

After graduating from college, he performed drug and alcohol counseling, followed by child behavioral counseling. He earned his Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Fairleigh Dickenson University, and currently work in Manhattan at an advertising agency as a Global Human Resources Manager. In their free time, the family enjoys international travel, good food and drink, and spending time with family and friends. His time in Troop 50 will always be close to his heart. He had loads of fun, spent time with his dad and learned the skills and responsibility to become who he is today. He learned to stay calm under pressure, and the value of hard work. His Eagle Scout award sits proudly on his resume, and has been a topic of conversation many times throughout his career.





Sean McNamara Graduated in May 2001 from the New Jersey Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Architecture degree. He moved to Manhattan where he worked for about 7 years. He worked at a multi-disciplined architectural firm whose work varied from a $500,000 apartment renovation to a $30 million dollar retail shopping center. Currently living in Dunmore, PA and working as an Architectural Designer at Hemmler + Camayd architects, where he works on a large number of college buildings, and currently is on the design team for a 300+ million dollar casino project. Was recently married to Danielle who works in marketing at the same firm.




Clark Rumsey


Clark received his Masters in Accounting and Information Analysis from Lehigh University in May of 2008. 

He and Kayla Brynne O’Malley were wed on November 13, 2013.  They currently live in Northlake, Texas and are auditors for the Department of Defense.  Clark has earned his CPA certification. 

New email address:

May 2016






Jeremy Sporn


Jeremy is currently a junior at Hofstra University in Long Island.  He is majoring in Film Studies/Production with a minor in marketing.  This year he is renting a house near the school with four other students.  This past semester, he interned at the film distribution company Candy Factory films in New York City.  In December, Jeremy went to Hawaii with his family, and was honored to help fold a flag at the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor.  Last month he organized and went on ski trip to Canada, and in March will cruise to Bermuda for spring break.  This fall he hopes to study abroad for a semester in Switzerland.  Any former Scouts can e-mail him at

February 2016


Brian Stuver Brian Stuver graduated from Virginia Tech in December of 2002 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science and is currently working toward his Master's Degree in Environmental Science and Engineering. Brian currently resides in Richmond, Virginia with his wife Kerry. And in the true nature of Scouting, Brian is an Assistant Scoutmaster with Richmond's Troop 498, a small troop that started 5 years ago.






Rob Wedinger Rob went to Denmark for 6 months in the spring to study and he said it was incredible: "I wish I could go back! I got to travel throughout Europe and it was such an eye-opening experience. After 2 full summer internships, I got a job offer from KPMG (aack, accounting) for after grad school, so I still have another year at Bentley (its now a University!). I still have Eagle Scout at the top of my accomplishments on my resume, and it will stand there proudly forever. People always ask and I love to talk about it. I miss everyone in Randolph and I wish I could just go back to the campfires and summer camp all over again."






David Peitzer

David graduated in May 2014 from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, with a Bachelor of Science in Physics and Secondary Education.  He obtained a certification to teach High school Physics in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

 After graduating from college, he pursued a job as a Network Operations Manager at AT&T in Redmond, WA.  He worked out of Redmond WA from August 2014-May 2016, and now performs the same job in Bedminster NJ.  He is also a freelance tutor of Physics, Algebra, Calculus 1&2 and SAT Math.  In his spare time, he plays Ultimate Frisbee and bowls in leagues. 

His time in Troop 50 will always be close to his heart. He had loads of fun, and learned how to truly lead as part of a team. He learned what it means to lead as part of a team rather than using a rank or title. His Eagle Scout award sits proudly on his resume as a reminder of the responsibility he has for those around him, as well as how to carry himself





Kyle Westenberger


Attending CCM and studying Fire Science, which will help with Kyle’s firefighter career.  He is now a volunteer firefighter with Randolph Fire Company #2





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