Published 12:00 am Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Irwin Scullin, 95, of Damascus, Md. , died Jan. 18, 2010.
He was born on Dec. 24, 1914 in Austin. He was employed as branch manager with the Hormel Meat Packing Company in Austin in his early years, followed by a 36-year career with the Boy Scouts of America, serving as scout executive in Huron, S.D., Huntington, W. Va., and Baltimore, Md.; regional executive in Philadelphia, Pa. and director of professional personnel services at the national scout office in New Brunswick, N.J. After his retirement with the Boy Scouts, he became an entrepreneur, establishing Quail Hill Programs for attracting and feeding wild birds. He excelled at creating opportunities for young people and service to his community. He completed graduate studies at the University of Minnesota and University of Chicago. He served in the US Army during World War II. A longtime member of the Rotary Club, he served as past president of the Damascus Club.
He enjoyed playing the coronet, camping, photography and gardening.
He is survived by a daughter, Nancy Neomany of Annapolis, Md.; sons, Dr. Roger Scullin of Damascus, Charles Scullin of Reading, Pa. and their families.
Services will be private.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Baltimore Council of the Boy Scouts of America, 701 Wyman Park Drive, Baltimore, MD 21211, or for aid to the victims of the Haiti earthquake, www.worldvision.org.
Online condolences may be shared with the family at molesworthwilliams.com
Molesworth-Williams P.A. Funeral Home in Damascus, Md. is in charge of arrangements.