I want a chance to do many different things in my lifetime, and enjoy all of them, is exactly what Honey Kutach has done.

  Honey Kutach studied costume designing and cartooning at Baylor University, worked in Human Resources and Public Relations for Gulf Oil Corporation, was co-editor for a medical publication, a successful grants writer and special events promoter.  Additionally, she was a division chairman for United Way. A lover of history, she collaborated on a five volume genealogical family history and worked on many historical markers. As owner of Sugar Hill Ranch, Honey was a seed stock breeder of Polled Hereford Cattle, winning the Brownwood Sire Evaluation Test with her outstanding beef cattle performance.  She managed a successful show cattle custom fitting business for 8 years while planting and improving a 1,000-tree improved irrigated pecan orchard.  Serving as a Director for the Texas Pecan Producers Association, she won many outstanding pecan awards.

  Honey was president of her class in Economic Development at TAMU.  As president of the State Association of Resource, Conservation and Development she pioneered the rural dry hydrant program across the state resulting in a lower key rate for insurance for rural residents.  She was selected Business Leader of Burleson County and was presented the Outstanding Chamber Executive of Texas in 1999. She served on the Governors Commission for Rural Economic Development and was one of thirteen economic developers in the nation to be on the Secretary of Agricultures panel for Rural Development in Washington, D. C.  She was Executive Director of the Burleson County Industrial Foundation and President of the Burleson County Chamber of Commerce for 23 years.  Honey served 9 years as Trustee for the St. Joseph Health System and 4 years as Chair of the Burleson St. Joseph Health Center. She has served as a Rural Health Consultant on various panels. Currently, Honey is a Director of the St. Joseph Foundation and serves as a member of the Advisory Council of the Health Science Centers School of Rural Public Health. Honey is a member of many organizations including the Brazos Valley Orchid Society, the Texas Hotel & Lodging Association and the Bed and Breakfast Association of the Brazos Valley. These are but a few of Honey Kutach's diversified interests and vocations.

  Today, Honey Kutach is busy as owner and gourmet chef of Rosewood of New Tabor, a special event Manor House, as well as innkeeper of Rosebud Cottage, a country elegant bed and breakfast.  She is happily married to Alvin J. Kutach, DVM.  They have four married children and 10 wonderful grandchildren.


  Well, at least I know a little bit about a lot of things, and Ill bet I have more fun at work than most people

Alvin John Kutach

Alvin attended Sam Houston State University �62, BS - Texas A & M University �65, BS - Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine �65 DVM

Alvin is the founder of the Caldwell Veterinary Clinic built in 1965 Caldwell, Texas. The current clinic in
has been in practice in Burleson County for 45 years. Alvin is semi-retired and practices at the Clinic every other Saturday.

Alvin is h
ost and the pastry chef of The Dragonfly Pavilion and Rosewood Manor of New Tabor "A Special Occasion Manor House" in Burleson County, TX, Alvin is also an
orchid grower with 3 greenhouses on the estate property growing Cattleya, Phalaenopsis and Plumeris

 Innkeepers, Dr. Alvin & Honey Kutach /  Rosebud Cottage Bed & Breakfast
3120 CR 225 Caldwell, Texas 77836
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