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Newspaper article about the death of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph from the Courier-Post, Camden, NJ, Monday, May 13, 1940


MAYOR B.E.RUDOLPH, STONE HARBOR, DIES

Stricken With Paralysis Entering Auto After Attending House Warming

Stone Harbor, May 12. - Stricken with paralysis Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, 49, died yesterday at his home on Ninety-eighth street.

Mayor Rudolph was getting into his car after leaving the new home of Rev. and Mrs. Morris C. Walker when stricken. Mr. Walker is the pastor of the Lutheran Community Church of Our Savior.

A resident here for 28 years, Mayor Rudolph was widely known as a churchman and official of three Philadelphia casualty companies. He also maintained a Philadelphia home at 1216 West Airdrie street.

He became acting Mayor in February, 1939, on the death of H. Irvin Gerhart. He had been a member of council for eight years and its president for four years.

Last August council named him as Mayor and in November he was elected to fill the unexpired term of Mayor Gerhart. He had announced his candidacy for re-election at next November's election. Mayor Gerhart's term would have expired Jan. 1, 1941.

Mr. Rudolph was treasurer of the Home Board of Missions of the Reformed Episcopal Church of America and treasurer of the New York and Philadelphia Synod of the Reformed Episcopal Church. He was a past president of Pennsylvania State Christian Endeavor Society, a past president of the Philadelphia Christian Endeavor Society, a member of the board of advisers of the annual Assembly-by-the-Sea here, and a warden, vestryman and secretary-treasurer of St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church, Broad and Venango streets, Philadelphia. Also for20 years he was superintendent of the Sunday school of St. Paul's Church until his resignation a year ago.

He was secretary-treasurer of the World Mutual Health & Accident Insurance Co., Philadelphia, with which he had been connected for many years, and a member of two other Philadelphia insurance firms.

Mayor Rudolph was unmarried and is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, with whom he made his home.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph


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