Staff (Dave Fox & Eric Walker are assembling a top notch staff for 2018. Watch for announcements after the 2019 Mic-O-Say Conclave

2015 Staff

Year after year Camp Geiger assembles one of the best Boy Scout Camp Staffs in the nation. With over half the Staff at 18 years of age or older and Eagle Scouts themselves, the incredible retention rate of the Camp Geiger Staff offers the ability to provide one of the best camp programs in the nation.
To be a member of the Camp Geiger Staffs is an honor and a responsibility that young men from all around the country do not take lightly. As young adult role models, our staff members are provided the opportunity to learn lifetime leadership skills for themselves while delivering the Scout program to younger scouts from across the Midwest and beyond.

Roger Denton

Camp Director

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Camp Geiger is proud to welcome back Roger Denton as the 2016 Camp Director. Roger served in this position in 2015 with great success. Before then he served 17 years on the Camp Staff as Conservation Director and Assistant Camp Director. Roger has been camping at Geiger and serving in leadership positions for the Pony Express Council for over 50 years and is a recipient of the Silver Beaver award. Some positions he has held include: Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Committee Chairman, District Committee Chairman, Council Board Member, Council Executive Committee Member.


Roger is a Medicine Man in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. He currently chairs the Patrick L. Newman Scholarship Committee and serves on the Council Camping Committee. Roger has a degree in Landscape Architecture from Kansas State University and a MS degree in Education from Pittsburg State University. He has used his education and knowledge to accelerate careers not only in the design field, but also in Education as well as City Management and Planning. Well known and respected in the community, Roger currently works for Atchison County as GIS Coordinator. Roger’s lifetime of experience in management, leadership, and project administration is ideal for his role as Camp Geiger Camp Director

Eric Walker

Program Director

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Since 2008, Eric has spent eight summers on the Camp Geiger Staff. Growing up in the Scouting program, he was a member of Troop 121 from Chillicothe Missouri and earned the rank of Eagle Scout in 2007. Throughout his Scouting career, Eric has worked in the Eagle, Dining hall, Scout craft and Aquatics areas at Camp Geiger. He also had the privilege to attend National Camp School for certifications as an Aquatics and Program Director. During the summers of 2014 and 2015, Eric proudly served as a member of the Florida Sea Base staff. As an Out Island Mate, he was elected “Mate of the Year” by his fellow staff members. During his time on the Camp Geiger Staff, Eric also had the privilege of serving as the Tapper for the Tribe of Mic O Say, received the Silver Coup award, and was selected as Over 18, Staff man of the Year.

In his own words, “Camp Geiger is a special place for me because it is where I grew up and learned the importance of becoming a man of character and integrity. I look forward to passing on those same qualities to the next generation at Camp Geiger.”

John Clawson

John Clawson

Camp Ranger

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For most people Camp Geiger is known as their home away from home. For John Clawson and his family, Camp Geiger is their home! In 1989, John started his career as a district executive in the Pony Express Council. Later, after serving as a DE and camp staff member for several years, John became the Camp Geiger Ranger in February of 1995.

Being the Ranger of over 450 acres is not an easy task. John is lucky to have many volunteers who help him maintain the beautiful hills and valleys that sit above the Missouri River. John’s wife, Dee Dee Clawson, has been the camp cook for many years and in the offseason she has repaired tents. John also gets a lot of help from his three children: Meghan, Tyler (Eagle Scout), and Ciara.

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