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Lawyer

Randolph Douglass Laudeman, American lawyer. Member American, Illinois, McLean County bar associations; Mason (Shriner).

Background

Laudeman, Randolph Douglass was born on April 8, 1909 in Baltimore. Son of Randolph and Mary M. (Treut) Laudeman.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, University Baltimore, 1929.

Career

With B. & O. R.R., Baltimore, 1926-1931. Admitted to Maryland. bar, 1931, Illinois bar, 1951, also Federal Court, United States Tax Court, United States Court of Claims. Practice in Baltimore, 1931-1935, Bloomington, Illinois, 1951-1980.

Private practice, 1931-1935, 51-80. Investigator alcohol tax unit Treasury Department, Baltimore, 1934-1935, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1935, Baltimore, 1936, Salisbury, Maryland., 1937-1938, examiner, revenue agent estate and income tax unit, Bloomington, 1939-1951. Auditor, Bloomington-Normal Community Chest, 1940.

First aid instructor McLean County chapter American Red Cross, 1942-1965, first aid chairman, 1945, disaster chairman, 1947-1949, chapter chairman, 1949. Chairman McLean County unit American Cancer Society, 1964-1970. President McLean County History Society, 1967-1969.

Chairman Bloomington-Asahigawa Sister City Committee, 1969-1974. Board directors Credit bureau of Bloomington. Republican precinct committeeman, 1960-1965.

Membership

Member American, Illinois, McLean County bar associations. Mason (Shriner).

Connections

Married Dorothy Irving Remington, September 24, 1935. Children: Arthur N., Dorothy L. (Mistress.

father:
Randolph Laudeman

mother:
Mary M. (Treut) Laudeman

spouse:
Dorothy Irving Remington

children:
Arthur N. Laudeman

Dorothy L. (Mrs Laudeman