Bill & Trish Guglielmi Honored for Contributions to the Boy and Girl Scouts of America
When Bill and Trish met at Widener in 1973, neither anticipated that Scouting would play such a role in their lives. Married for nearly 43 years and active with the Scouts for 30, the Guglielmis will be honored with the Soaring Eagle Award from the Greater Tampa Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. The Guglielmis have also received countless other awards alongside their years of dedication with the Scouts.
Their legacy lives on—twin sons are both Eagle Scouts and U.S. Army Officers, their daughter is a Girl Scout Silver Award holder and an archivist at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. They have three grandchildren, one of whom is in Cub Scouts and two who are future Scouts.
Bill Guglielmi graduated with the Class of 1975 with a bachelor's in government and politics. Trish Guglielmi graduated with the Class of 1977 with a bachelor's in community psychology. Bill is a retired Army officer and Lockheed Martin project manager. Trish is a retired guidance counselor from Hillsborough County public schools.