Nick Morey, Lodge Chief
Hometown: Edmond, OK
Nick Morey is an Eagle Scout from Troop 77 and a Vigil Honor member from Eagle Chapter in Edmond, Oklahoma. His Vigil name is Lepwe Kcheptunhe, which translates to Wise Clown. Nick began scouting as a Tiger Cub and earned his Arrow of Light before crossing over into Boy Scouts. He was inducted into the Order of the Arrow in 2015 and served as the Lodge Vice Chief of Inductions in 2018. Nick has earned the Bronze Buffalo and White Buffalo awards. Nick is currently a Junior and is enrolled in the Pre-Engineering and CAD courses at Francis Tuttle. He plans on attending OSU for a degree in Architecture.
Seth Parnell, Vice Chief of Program
Hometown: Duncan, OK
Seth Parnell is a dedicated Life Scout in Duncan, Oklahoma from Chisholm Trail Chapter. He has been in Scouts for over 7 years and has been in the Order of the Arrow for over 3 years. He attends his monthly chapter meeting and his weekly scout meetings. He is from Troop 4417. Seth has been Chapter Chief and continues to do all he can for his chapter and for the lodge to help ensure the better activities. Seth tries his best to help in anyway he can, to get the job done, and have fun at it.
Nick Sasseen, Vice Chief of Activities
Hometown: Lawton, OK
Nicholas is a life scout from troop 4176 located in Lawton, Oklahoma and is currently working on his eagle project. His chapter is black beaver. He has been in scouting since he was 6 years old. He is a member of the order of the arrow with a brotherhood honor. He attends his monthly chapter meetings and weekly troop meetings. He enjoys outdoor activities, plays golf, and loves attending national scout activities.
Elijah Tenbrink, Vice Chief of Chapters
Hometown: Clinton, OK
Elijah is an eagle scout out of troop 4173 in Lawton and a Vigil Honor Member from Sekettummaqua Chapter. A former Senior Patrol Leader of troop 4173, he stays active as an older scout that helps where it's needed most. Elijah has been in the scouting program for 10 years. He has served in many different troop leadership positions throughout the years beginning as a Chaplain's Aide and most recent serving as a Senior Patrol Leader. In the Order of the arrow, he served as chapter chief for Rhine Gold chapter of Black Eagle Lodge in 2015. At his first Sekettummaqua Chapter meeting he ran for Chapter Chief. He served as Chapter Chief for two terms. This year he was Sekettummaqua's Vice Chief of Program. He is a recipient of the Bronze Buffalo and White Buffalo Awards. Outside of scouting he is a member of Lawton First Assembly, volunteering in the elementary child services. He is a Junior at MacArthur High School, on track to graduate early, and a Varsity Cross Country Track team member. He is currently in the process of enlisting In the U.S. Army with aspirations to become an Airborne Trooper.
Reed Kessler, Vice Chief of Inductions
Hometown: Yukon, OK
Reed Kessler is an Eagle Scout and a Vigil Honor Member from Will Rogers Chapter and from Troop 390. He is very involved in ceremonies within his chapter and has participated in over 30 ceremonies. In 2018 he was honored as the Arrowman of the Year Award for his service and dedication to the Lodge. He is also a White and Bronze Buffalo recipient. At school he is the BPA President and the Cyberpatriot Captain at Canadian Valley Technology Center.
Grant Kim, Vice Chief of Adminstration
Hometown: Edmond, OK
Grant Kim is an Eagle Scout with Troop 89 in Edmond, Oklahoma where he is a Sophomore at Santa Fe High School. Grant started scouting at age 11 and was inducted into the Order of the Arrow in 2015. He is a recipient of the Bronze Buffalo. He currently holds the position of OA Representative with his Troop where he is working towards his Eagle Palms. Within the OA, he served as Chapter Chief for Eagle Chapter in 2018 and is currently serving as Lodge Vice Chief of Administration.
Brinn Davis, Vice Chief of Finance
Hometown: Davis, OK
Brinn is a Life Scout and Brotherhood Member from Troop 4434 in Chisholm Trail District. He joined Cub Scouts as a Tiger Cub. He then earned his Arrow Of Light, He then continued onto Boy Scouts, where he served as the SPL, ASPL Quartermaster, Patrol Leader. In 2016, he was inducted into the Order of the Arrow at Spring Experience. Since then, he has earned the Bronze Buffalo Award, served as Chief of finance for Chisholm Trail Chapter. Brinn is currently a sophomore at Duncan High School, and is currently a member of the varsity tennis team.