Mercyhealth and Glacier’s Edge Council Boy Scouts of America recently recognized Mercyhealth President and CEO Javon Bea and Rowland “Rollie” McClellan, chairman of Mercyhealth’s Board of Directors, for their lifetime achievements and contributions to Scouting.

The men were honored at an April 25 ceremony at the Janesville Country Club.

Bea and McClellan attribute part of their success at Mercyhealth to their time in the Boy Scouts, according to a news release.

“They continue to inspire us with their commitment to the ideals of the Boy Scouts of America,” Andrew Olsen, district director-Indian Trails of the Glacier’s Edge Council Boy Scouts of America, said in the release. does not condone or review every comment. Read more in our Commenter Policy Agreement

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