William A. Rodenberg Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Central Wesleyan College, Missouri, 1884, A.M., 1887.
Admitted to bar, 1890. In practice at Washington, District of Columbia, since retiring from Congress. Chairman of the Board Washington Convention Hall Сompany.
Vice president Obear-Nester Glass Company (East St. Louis). Chairman Illinois delegation, Republican National Convention, 1916. Placed Frank O. Lowden in nomination for Presidency, Republican National Convention, 1920.
Chairman Illinois State Convention, 1920. Member 56th Congress (1899-1901). United States civil service commissioner, 1901-1902.
Member 58th to 62d Congresses (1903-1913), and 64th to 67th Congresses (1915-1923), 22d Illinois District Home: East St. Louis, Ill.
Member 56th Congress (1899-1901). Member 58th to 62d Congresses (1903-1913), and 64th to 67th Congresses (1915-1923), 22d Illinois Dist.
Married Mary Grant Ridgway, April. Children: William Ridgway, Robert Ridgway.