John Ruttle was raised in Las Cruces, New Mexico and pursued several professions before settling in Deming as a truck driver. Additionally, he was an accomplished farmer and mechanic.
Ruttle has built a successful business selling farm equipment and owning his own tractor dealership for years.
Early Life and Education
Since 2015, early childhood education has been an integral component of UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goals with the ultimate aim being to guarantee all children access quality early care and education.
Many great minds have contributed to this field, such as Friedrich Froebel and Jean Rousseau. Their theories on early child education – which still shape today’s classrooms – have had a lasting impact.
Erikson’s psychosocial theory has been a cornerstone of early childhood education, stressing the importance of children’s success at each psychosocial stage for their educational advancement. By providing them with supportive tools at each stage, it promotes positive learning experiences for all students.
John Ruttle has been a television news reporter and producer in Ottawa, Ontario since 1988. He hosts the local news program “CTV News at Six” for CTV Ottawa.
His career included covering stories such as Ice Storm ’98, floods of 2017 and 2019, tornadoes in Dunrobin and Gatineau, plus award-winning Westboro Bus Crash coverage for CTV Ottawa team.
John was an active participant in his community, in addition to his professional responsibilities. He served on several boards and was involved with many charitable endeavors; volunteering his time with the Canadian Red Cross and organizing fundraisers for a local food bank. Furthermore, John played an instrumental role in setting up Parks & Recreation Department at his workplace.
Achievements and Honors
John has earned numerous awards and recognition as a news reporter at CTV Ottawa, including those for his coverage of local events such as Ice Storm ’98, floods in 2017 and 2019, and tornadoes that hit Dunrobin, Ottawa and Gatineau in 2018. Additionally he served on the borough board of directors for over 30 years while being an active member in Knights of Columbus.
John Boyle has been instrumental in several significant accomplishments over the last several years as borough manager, such as managing FEMA elevation program, controlling two floods and purchasing FitzGerald Field. But perhaps most notably, his work on North Main Street sidewalk project deserves special recognition.
John Ruttle is an award-winning broadcaster who has been covering local news for three decades. He began his career as a young reporter at CHEX-TV in Peterborough before transitioning to CHRO-TV in Pembroke and CTV Ottawa.
Over his long career, he covered an array of stories such as Ice Storm ’98, flooding in 2017 and 2019, and most notably his coverage of Westboro Bus Crash which earned him RTDNA’s Award for Best Newscast.
John was an amazing swimmer, sailor, musician, singer and improvisor of lyrics and song. He loved traveling the world and meeting new people; he made an amazing husband, father and grandfather whom many will miss dearly. John was also devoted to churchgoers as well as family matters; he will be greatly missed by many.
John Rutter is an Australian actor with a reported net worth of $4.5 million. He has been active in the industry since 1980 and received numerous accolades throughout his career.
He is renowned for his roles in Cruella de Vil and Disney’s new version of Cinderella. Additionally, he founded a support group for people suffering from COPD.
He was born on April 12th, 1960 in Las Cruces, New Mexico as the oldest of two children. He spent his early childhood growing up on a farm with his parents Jack and Carlene (Miller) Ruttle before attending New Mexico State University and West Texas A & M University before working as both a truck driver and farmer until his passing on September 11th 2022.