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


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


Bachelor of Laws, University Baltimore, 1929.


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.


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


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

Randolph Laudeman

Mary M. (Treut) Laudeman

Dorothy Irving Remington

Arthur N. Laudeman

Dorothy L. (Mrs Laudeman