Born to Daniel Day and Zaida Blackwell Day in Kokomo, IN.
Earns a Bachelor of Fine Arts in landscape architecture from the University of Illinois.
Is the co-founder of Browning Day in Indianapolis and is a landscape architect for the business until 1992.
Receives the Council of the Sagamore’s of the Wabash, the state’s highest award, for the design of the World War Memorial Plaza in Indianapolis.
Commences his retirement.
Marries Ronald Blakey.
Reflects on transforming Monument Circle, designing a garden for Eli Lilly headquarters and lowering a canal to allow for sidewalks and urban housing.
Reflects on his years serving on the Indianapolis Opera Board.
Reflects on his many years serving on the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis Board.