Paul S. Wolf

Paul is from the Lake Erie Council in Cleveland, Ohio. He got his start on the Internet as the SIGOP of the Scouting Center SIG on the Cleveland Freenet which operated from 1986 to 1999, and was invited to join the USSSP team soon after. The Freenet SIG was the major item in his Wood Badge "Ticket". He is a Wood Badge trained Scouter who has held the positions of Scoutmaster, Troop and and Pack Committee Chairman, and Chartered Organization Representative. He has held a number of District positions, and was a member of the Cleveland Jewish Committee on Scouting.

Paul serves the USSSP as its corporate Secretary, maintains all of the Awards, Advancement, and Merit Badge Requirements pages on the USSSP, as well as other pages on request, and he serves as one of our backup webmasters. Paul also prepares and maintains the advancement worksheets available on our site. He is also one of the moderators of the Scouts-L e-mail list. He has been to Philmont twice and served on the staff of the National Boy Scout Jamboree in 1985, 1989, 2001, 2005, and 2010. He's a retired Professional Traffic Engineer.

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