Cannon Stone

Hello, I am Cannon Stone, father of 3 kids, Cannon, Cooper, and Carsen (who is still in Cub Scouts). Our family has really enjoyed our time being a part of scouting. I am also very excited about the transition to Boy Scouts with my oldest son Cannon and my other son Cooper joining Boy Scouts . I currently work at American Airlines as a Captain, flying the Airbus aircraft. When I’m not traveling for work, I enjoy being outside doing just about anything from yard work, exercise, camping, you name it! I’m really excited for years ahead with Troop 120. The Troop has set a high standard while having a great time, and I look forward to being a part of it.

Bill Spear

Eagle Scout Advisor, involved in scouting for over 30 years as a scout, leader and committee member. Son of an Eagle, Eagle, Father of an Eagle. Troop 120 understands that not all scouts aspire to be an Eagle Scout, and that is fantastic as scouting's goal is to help boys grow to become strong leaders and confident young men. The Eagle Advisor helps those wishing to pursue the rank of Eagle once they earn Star rank and help work with them through the advancement and requirements of Eagle Scout.


Jason Roth

I am the new Scoutmaster of Troop 120 and the proud father of Micah Roth. After co-leading a small den of Cub Scouts throughout COVID through their Webelos and AOL years, we joined Troop 120 in 2022. I love the outdoors, gardening, writing, and working with kids. I'm thankful to God for the life he has given me!

Eric Mindel

Eric Mindel is Unit Committee Chair with Troop 120. Prior to his son bridging into Troop 120, Mr. Mindel was a Den Leader and Cubmaster with Weddington Pack 99. Mr. Mindel believes Scouting contributes to many important elements in raising strong young adult men, including character, faith, adventure, persistence, teamwork, leadership, and mentoring.


Mike Bellamy

I started in Scouting in 2007 when my son joined Pack 20. Great leadership inspired me to sign on as a Den Leader and ultimately after crossing over into Boy Scouts to work with 4 great guys to found Troop 120. Scouting has been incredibly rewarding for me to have shared the journey of growth for these young men, and I try to ensure that Lord Baden-Powell's vision and mission live on. I am blessed to have always been part of a crew of adult leaders with the same goals--to help our young men grow in leadership, character, stewardship, and citizenship. I have lived in Marvin since 2007 with my wonderful and supportive wife, Dawn, and have 3 children (2 Eagle Scouts) who have all graduated from MRHS.


Mary Beth Roth

I am mother to Micah (and his three older sisters) and wife to Jason. After 17 years as a Girl Scout leader, I was excited to learn how the other half scouts! I currently serve in Membership and Advancement, so all the boys see me in their Boards of Review. It is a privilege to support our boys and leaders.

Jim Havlik

Hello all!  My name is Jim Havlik and I have been in Scouts with my son, Logan, since he was a Tiger in Cub Scouts.  I am originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and moved to Charlotte in 2004.  I have worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years.  I enjoy hiking, biking, travel and spending time with my family.  I am proud to be an Assistant Scout Master for troop 120!