BSA Troop 492 held an Eagle Court of Honor at Susquehanna Baptist Church on Tuesday for four new Eagle Scouts. The troop is sponsored by John Snow, DDS.

Michael Charles Lanham Faust transferred from Troop 49 to Troop 492 in September 2015. He had attended Packs 306 and 247, where he earned the Arrow of Light award. His record of achievement includes 24 merit badges.

Michael has attended two years at the H. Roe Bartle Scout Camp and a high adventure trip to South Dakota.

Leadership has been shown through the positions of patrol leader, scribe and quartermaster.

Michael graduated from Fort Osage High School, where he participated in chess, bowling and soccer. He is now attending MCC Blue River and is the son of Doris Faust.

For his Eagle Service Project, Michael planned and supervised the clearing of invasive honeysuckle and planted five trees at George Owens Park.

Brenden Alan Johnson joined Troop 492 in January 2015, graduating from Pack 492 after earning the Arrow of Light award. His record of achievement includes 29 merit badges.

Brenden has attended H. Roe Bartle Scout Camp for five years and is Warrior Evercharging Iron Horse in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. His high adventure participation includes Oklahoma.

Leadership has been shown through the positions of assistant patrol leader, patrol leader, troop guide and den chief.

Brenden is a sophomore at Fort Osage High School, where he is active in the National Junior Honor Society, theatre and the Jackson County Youth Court. He is the son of Kevin and Toni Johnson.

For his Eagle Service Project, Brendan planned and supervised the removal of invasive honeysuckle at a trailhead at George Owens Park.

Timothy Marton Wardlow joined Troop 492 in August 2013. His record of achievement includes 30 merit badges.

Timothy has attended six years at H. Roe Bartle Scout Camp. He is FIrebuilder Shadow of Little Silent Flaming Arrow in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say.

His high adventure participation includes Colorado and South Dakota.

Leadership has been shown through the positions of assistant senior patrol leader and senior patrol leader.

Timothy is a junior at Fort Osage High School, where he is active in the National Honor Society, speech, debate and baseball. He is the son of Adam and Victoria Wardlow.

For his Eagle Service Project, Timothy planned and supervised the removal and replacement of drainage pipes and reseeding the area at Susquehanna Baptist Church.

Michael Anthony Buckingham joined Troop 492 in February 2012, graduating from Pack 492 after earning the Arrow of Light award. His record of achievement includes 33 merit badges.

Michael has attended seven years at H. Roe Bartle Scout Camp and is Tom Tom Beater Little Lone Stargazing Coyote in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say.

His high adventure participation includes South Dakota, Colorado and St. Louis.

Leadership has been shown through the positions of assistant patrol leader, quartermaster, assistant senior patrol leader and den chief.

Michael graduated from Fort Osage High School, where he lettered playing four years of baseball. He is now attending MCC Blue River and is the son of Jimmy Buckingham.

For his Eagle Service Project, Michael planned and supervised the design, building and installation of a weatherproof bulletin board for the baseball complex at Fort Osage.