Each year Sacred Heart of Jesus School nominates one Distinguished Graduate who is committed to service in school, church, and community and for their outstanding personal and professional achievements. This year we are proud to honor Mark Chenevert, class of 1982.
Always humble and never looking for accolades, Mark’s devotion and dedication to Sacred Heart is evident through his many hours of service and commitment to so many aspects of the school community. Mark has contributed to the campus in a generous, steadfast, and sincere way. He is the exact model graduate of what Sacred Heart School inspires to produce.
Mark and his wife Kobi LeBlanc ’90 have remained loyal to their alma mater by sending their children, Kelby ’18 and Quintin ’22, to Sacred Heart School where he played an integral part in bringing baseball back and donated an enormous amount of his time to Sacred Heart’s Athletic Department. While continuing in his father’s business footsteps, Chenevert Construction, Inc. Mark and his company are instrumental in the complete renovation of the 90 year old school building. He is patiently renovating four classrooms at a time as funds are collected for the capital campaign while donating his time and talents along the way in any capacity that he can. Mark boasts a sense of pride in his work on the main school building as he feels he can now give back to the same halls that gave him so much.
Mark also serves at his church, St. Paul’s, as an adult parishioner, usher and currently serves on the Pastoral Council. In his free time, he enjoys fishing, golfing, and watching sports. He is the president of a local bass club named the Legends of Good Times.