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John Tuttle (’98), during his days a member of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Source: U.S. Army

“I left the Army,” writes John Tuttle (’98), “but am still with the federal government.”

Having completed his service as a member of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Mr. Tuttle (’98) is now a law clerk in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for the Honorable Daniel A. Manion, a Reagan appointee whose chambers are located in South Bend, Indiana. Mr. Tuttle follows in the footsteps of several other Thomas Aquinas College graduates whom Judge Manion has hired over the years. Previous clerks for the Seventh Circuit include Kurt Van Sciver (’02), Luke Reilander (’02), and Paul Alarcon (’07).