[Eric Ginnard - email@example.com]
According to a 1959 Herald-News story, the following Rainbow Council Scouts from Will and Grundy Counties participated in the torch-carrying:
Post 40, Mokena: Robert Munch, Daniel Williams, Ronald Tomas, Raymond Lorenz
Troop 25, Joliet: James Watson, Russell Wunderlich, Ronald Podnar, Terry Townsend, Ardean Lohman, Edward Stapleton, Gerald Stapleton, Jack Wicke, Darrell Lapierre
Troop 21, Joliet: John Gavin, Leon Beavers, Frank Carson
Troop 32, Joliet: Ricky Randolph, Paul Spittal, John Residori
Troop 19, Joliet: Steve Titra, Kenneth Alling, Robert Romanowsky, Steve Kastolic, Joseph Marentic, Allen Phillips, James Alling
Post 42, Joliet: Richard Orr
Troop 82, Plainfield: Kenneth Vollmer and James Warmbier
Post 7, Joliet: Rodney Brockman, William Engle, David Jorges, Phillip Wadsworth, Robert Lewis, Frazer Young, Wayne Iassacson, Gerald Germain
Squadron 17, Joliet: Michael Murer, Sergo Murer, Raymond Henitz, David Siegel, Robert Schlop, William Reuter, Terrance Reardon, Jay Becher, Albert Atsbury, Richard Young, Michael Murphy, Dennis McGans, Steve Titra, Raymond Matosever, John Kunis
Troop 63, Gardner: James Leadman
Troop 76, Morris: Donald Hammer
About Panam Sports
The Pan American Sports Organization was established on Aug. 8. 1948 and is recognized by the International Olympic Committee as the Continental Association of the National Olympic Committees of the Americas. It is juridically constituted, integrated and registered.
Pictured is Rick Randolph as seen on Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019, in Joliet, Ill.