Jeremy Caddell, Giving Back to Become an Eagle Scout

We’re proud of the wonderful and giving people on our team here at Titan Consulting. We were thrilled when our event coordinator Jennifer Caddell’s son, Jeremy, was featured on the local DFW CBS affiliate news channel for a very special reason.

In pursuit of his Boy Scout Eagle Scout badge, the highest advancement rank in Boy Scouts, Jeremy had to perform a service project for his community. He decided to build a portable book cart that carries books to sick children requiring treatment at the Children’s Medical Center in Plano, Texas.

For Jeremy, it was an easy decision to help the sick children. This is a way for him to give back to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Children’s Medical. Jeremy was born with a blood disorder and has received treatments from these doctors and nurses. Today, he still goes back a few times per year for treatment, but he’s doing much better, which is excellent news.

Now, he’s paying it forward. When the children find out that the books are delivered by someone just like them, it gives them hope and a smile. The books, for at least a little while, can help the kids forget about their troubles and whisk them off to another world. Jeremy led a book drive to collect over 100 books. He designed the portable book cart using a software program and built it himself.

Only 7 percent of Boy Scouts ever earn the rank of Eagle Scout. Past presidents and leaders dot the list of Eagle Scouts, including former president Gerald Ford, astronaut Neil Armstrong, basketball legend and Senator Bill Bradley, and many others. We know Jeremy will continue in this line of distinction, and we applaud and support him in his efforts to help the kids at Children’s Medical.

If you would like more information on how you can help the kids at Children’s Medical or contribute books to the hospital, contact Jennifer Caddell at This is a great testament of our commitment, unleash the power of together®.