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Rudolph Peters Bergfeld

Rudolph Peters Bergfeld, American financial company executive. Decorated Medal of Honor, South Vietnam, awards Korea, Japan, presidential award Government Algeria, 1974; decorated with Bronze Star. Member St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, 1983.


  • Bergfeld, Rudolph Peters was born on August 5, 1935 in Peoria, Illinois, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, 1956. Graduate courses in marine engineering, United States Navy, California, 1961.


    • Commissioned ensign United States Navy, 1956, advanced through grades to lieutenant Commander, 1964, resigned, 1971. Vice president program development Computer Science Corporation, Falls Church, Virginia, 1974-1977. Vice president marketing and special programs Systems Control Inc., Palo Alto, California, 1977-1982.

      President Liberty Bell Communications, Detroit, 1983-1984, Duval Marble, Jacksonville, Florida, 1984-1987, International Finance Investments, Jacksonville, since 1987. Founder World Trade Organization, Jacksonville, Florida, 1986. Keynote speaker International Trade Organization, Washington.


    • Author: Dollars & Sense, 1990, Employ Your Education, 1992, Passport to Carefree Travel, 1993.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Episcopalian


    Member St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, 1983.





    • Son of Rudolph J.H. and Florence Maria (Peters), B. Married Carolina De Montigne Rawls, June 18, 1966. Children: Lisa Kathryn, Karen Maria.
    • father: Rudolph J.H. Bergfeld
    • mother: Florence Maria (Peters) Bergfeld
    • spouse: Carolina De Montigne Rawls
    • children: Lisa Kathryn Bergfeld
    • Karen Maria Bergfeld
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    Born August 5, 1935
    • 1956
      Capital University
    • 1961
      United States Navy
    • 1956
      Commissioned ensign United States Navy
    • 1964
      Commissioned ensign United States Navy
    • 1971
      Commissioned ensign United States Navy
    • 1974 - 1977
      vice president, program development Computer Science Corporation
      Falls Church, Virginia, United States
    • 1977 - 1982
      vice president, marketing and special programs Systems Control Incorporated
      Palo Alto, California, United States
    • 1983 - 1984
      president, Liberty Bell Communications
      Detroit, Michigan, United States
    • 1984 - 1987
      president, Liberty Bell Communications
      Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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