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Ken Phinney

Carroll Clark

Wayne Baitler

Ron Dyer

Paul Conley

Glen Gisel

He was born on Jan. 25, 1946, in Fort Worth, TX, a son of, Emil and Evelyn (McLennan) Gisel. He attended school in Santa Cruz, CA and immediately enlisted in the US Navy.
On August 15, 1965 he married, Judy Blake in Reno, Nevada.
Glen served our country as a Navy man for over 20 years. He and his family were stationed all over the country (and Europe) including San Diego, CA, Memphis, TN, Patuxent River, MD, Jacksonville, Florida, Spain, and eventually Brunswick, ME.
One of Glenís passions was his involvement in the Boy Scouts and regularly brought his Brunswick troop to Camp Hinds in Raymond. As word of his nearing retirement from the service spread to the Camp in the late 1980ís, he was offered the position of Camp Ranger for Camp Hinds as his first civilian job. He and his family lived at Camp Hinds for 10 years before purchasing a home on Main St. in Raymond. For a time, he also worked as a Raymond school bus driver. He also volunteered for Raymond Fire & Rescue and was Rescue Captain for nearly 10 years. He was also a member of the American Legion.
For 20 plus years, Glen has owned and operated Downeast Sharpening and Small Engine Repair, servicing countless localsí small engine needs.

Pete Klepsig

Originally a resident of the Baltimore, Maryland area, Pete attended the University of Baltimore for three years majoring in psychology.  After school he was self-employed as a plumbing and heating contractor. 

Prior to coming to Camp Hinds he lived in Southboro, Mass here he was first a Webelos leader and then Scoutmaster.  As Scoutmaster he built the troop from twelve Scouts to thirty-five.

Pete is an Eagle Scout and Wood Badger.  As well as being camp ranger, Pete attended national camping school at Northern Tier National High Adventure Base in Minnesota for cold weather camping and directed the Pine Tree Council OKPIK program.

Bob Gosselin

Matt Gosselin

Scott Martin
2013 - 2022

Allen Blake

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