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financial company executive

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.

Background

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.

Career

Commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1956;advanced through grades to lieutenant commander, United States Navy, 1964;resigned, United States Navy, 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 Comm., Detroit, 1983-1984;president, Duval Marble, Jacksonville, Florida, 1984-1987;president, International Finance Investments, Jacksonville, since 1987. Founder World Trade Organisation, Jacksonville, Florida, 1986. Keynote speaker International Trade Organisation, Washington.

Works

  • Other Work

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

Membership

Member St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, 1983.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: boating.

Connections

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