Talk:Chief Scout Executive

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Am doing some editing. The fact that the current and immediate past CSE are also members of Mic-O-Say is really not important to this article. That is information that is more important on their own pages. I am also trying to find a list of all the CSE. --Emb021 15:57, 13 January 2006 (UTC)

Arthur Schuck[edit]

The Article on Arthur Schuck says that he is the second CSE, starting in 1943, as opposed to this article which says that he is #3 and started in 1948. I have no idea which is correct though.

Schuck was #3. I fixed his article. The information on his article looks like it came from a foreign source of Bronze Wolf award recipients. --Emb021 22:23, 31 January 2006 (UTC)


A few updates. David Ross is also one of the current assistant CSE. Someone included a link to a very brief bio that notes this, so I added him in. Did a little re-arrangement of the ACSE list, as one will now be the CSE. Also, discovered another Deputy CSE, Powers. This from a letter head included in a BSA literature item from 1950, during Schucks tenure. No idea when he began or quit. --Emb021 17:17, 15 June 2007 (UTC)

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