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In Memory of

John T. Tuttle

March 6, 1919 - March 9, 2017

Obituary


John Tyler Tuttle died on March 9, a few days after his 98th birthday. He was born in 1919 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Winthrop S. Tuttle and Eleanor Tyler Tuttle.
Mr. Tuttle attended schools in Mamaroneck and Oneida, N.Y., and was a graduate of Blair Academy and Williams College. Enlisting with the British Army after graduation, he served as an officer with the King's Royal Rifle Corps and the Long Range Desert Group.
Following the war, he was an advertising salesman for House & Garden and American Home magazines in New York,...

John Tyler Tuttle died on March 9, a few days after his 98th birthday. He was born in 1919 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Winthrop S. Tuttle and Eleanor Tyler Tuttle.
Mr. Tuttle attended schools in Mamaroneck and Oneida, N.Y., and was a graduate of Blair Academy and Williams College. Enlisting with the British Army after graduation, he served as an officer with the King's Royal Rifle Corps and the Long Range Desert Group.
Following the war, he was an advertising salesman for House & Garden and American Home magazines in New York, before returning to Oneida, where he became editor and publisher of the Oneida Daily Dispatch, succeeding his father.
In 1947, he married Charlotte W. Davenport of Pittsfield, Mass., with whom he had three children.
Upon retirement, he settled in North Chatham, Mass., where he was a member of the Monomoy Yacht Club and the Stage Harbor Yacht Club. He subsequently moved to North Palm Beach, and at the time of death was a resident of The Waterford, in Juno Beach. He had been a keen sailor, pilot and motorcyclist.
Mr. Tuttle was a past president of the New York Associated Dailies, Oneida Library, Oneida Chamber of Commerce, and a past director of the Oneida Community Chest, Oneida City Hospital, Oneida Rotary Club and the New York State Publishers Association. He was a member of the Tequesta Country Club and the Sons of the Revolution of New York State.
Mr. Tuttle is survived by his wife, Charlotte D. Tuttle; son, J. Tyler Tuttle (and spouse, Claire) of Paris, France; daughters Winslow Tuttle (and spouse, Tobias Van Buren) of Vero Beach and Susan Tuttle of Oakland, Calif.; two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
He was interred in a private service at Riverside Memorial Park in Tequesta.