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 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
Sean is a Sachem in the Tribe of Mic-O-Say. He helps with several committees within the honor society too, including Make Talk Now and Special Events. Sean has received many awards and honors since first attending Geiger as a camper in 2002. He was Camp Staff Man of the year in 2008 and 2009, and most recently Sean received the Two Moons award from Mic-O-Say in 2015. This is the highest award that can be given to a youth member of the organization. Sean’s experiences on the Camp Staff as a youth have given him the skill set and leadership needed to excel as the Camp Geiger Program Director.
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.