Category: 1960s

Fr. Charles (Chuck) Tuttle, ’66

Fr. Chuck, class of 1966, was ordained to the priesthood in the Diocese of Belleville in 1974 and has been involved with Catholic Education ever since. He taught for 30 years at Mater Dei Catholic High School in Breese, IL and in 2005, was named Director of Advancement at the High School. Fr. Chuck also currently serves as the pastor at two parishes, St. Augustine, Breese and St. Anthony, Beckemeyer and is Illinois Associate State Chaplain.  He is also involved with the Knights of Columbus there.

Indy Trolley debuts

Just this past November, Jack Carr Boyd, Class of 1965, started his own trolley business, Indy Trolley.  With a brand-new 26-passenger, handicap-equipped trolley, the business is focused on the wedding industry, but is happy to serve local corporate events, sporting and tourism, serving within a 100 mile radius of Bishop Chatard High School. Check out his website www.IndyTrolley.com for more information. Like to try out Indy Trolley? Jack is donating a reservation on his Trolley at this year’s Chatard-A-Bration on February 23rd.  Win the bid and the chance is yours! Jack’s Advice to BCHS Alumni: Follow your dreams. “It’s impossible, said Pride. It’s risky, said Experience. It’s pointless, said Reason. Give it a try…whispered my Heart!”

Steve Daily, ’65, receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Steve Daily, Class of ’65, was recently selected by the Kokomo Perspective to receive their 2012 Person of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award. Mayor, chancellor, councilman, US soldier — Steve has been all of these and also a visionary who promoted the growth of Kokomo and of the people around him. Read about his journey after BCHS, from seeing a new City Hall built to starting plans for Kokomo Beach, Wildcat Walk of Excellence, Jackson Morrow Park to promoting Leadership Development. Steve was a vital part in many Kokomo activities. Congratulations Steve!