Fred Linton

Lodge Adviser

Tsisqan Lodge

Fred is a Vigil Honor member of Tsisqan Lodge.  In addition to serving as lodge adviser, Fred also serves as the committee chair for his units and on the council’s property committee as the property manager for the Marion Mooney Scout Ranch.

Previously, he has served as a Webelos den leader, Cubmaster, assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster, troop commissioner, district Roundtable commissioner, and summer camp staff at Camp Melakwa in 1998. He has also staffed or chaired several district Camporees, served on the OA cook crew for the section conclave, and was the activities chair Tsisqan’s 75th anniversary celebration.  

Fred has received the Silver Beaver, District Award of Merit, Daniel Beard award, Arrowhead Honor for Roundtable commissioner, and the William D. Boyce new unit organizer award. 

Fred is a pyrotechnician, so in his free time he enjoys shooting off fireworks and blowing things up (legally of course).  A fun fact about Fred is that he has been rescuing Great Danes since 1979. 

What is a fun fact about yourself?
“I’ve been rescuing Great Danes since 1979.”

What are some of your personal goals?
“To increase my knowledge of the OA.”

What are your biggest goals for your position this year?
“To increase lodge participation.”

What is your favorite Scouting memory?
“My ‘Tap Out’ at Camp Mataguay. The ceremonialists came across the lake in war canoes and after being called out, they rowed us across the lake to our night alone in Blackfoot country.”

If you could be any Disney princess, which one would you be and why? 
“Moana. She is a very community oriented person and cared deeply for her style of life.”