George “Curtis” Davey – 1st Assistant Scoutmaster

Missoula, Montana

Mr. Davey is currently serving as Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 1911 in Missoula and as Associate Advisor for Crew 2911. He was the Cub Master for Pack 4911. Along with his son Christopher (16), who is working on his road to Eagle, and has achieved his Bronze Medal in Venturing, all total Mr. Davey has been in scouting for 9 years. He was not a scout as a youth, but a “Happy Camper” attending high adventure camps, back packing, horse back riding and floating in the major wilderness areas of the west.

While working over the years as a Park Ranger for the National Park Service in the Big Horn Canyon, a camp councilor teaching water safety instruction, horse back riding and canoeing, a bicycle safety instructor, a nurse, a safety coordinator in a manufacturing company and as a Licensed Professional Guide in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho, a back country camp boss, a sporting clays instructor, over time and after many wilderness experiences, an appreciation for everything outdoors has developed.

Currently, Mr. Davey is a Case Manager at Missoula 3:16 Mission, in a faith based recovery program for homeless men suffering from self destructive behavior and addiction. He has lived in Montana for 34 years and moved to Missoula to attend the University of Montana where he received a Bachelor of Science in Health Education. His wife Charlotte, also a U of M graduate and their son Christopher enjoy a comfortable life with their two miniature dachshunds, Frisbee and Pumpkin.

Mr. Davey may be reached via email at


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