Richard L. Roudebush

Richard L. Roudebush

Richard Lowell Roudebush was a U.S. Representative from Indiana. Born on a farm in Hamilton County, near Noblesville, Indiana, Roudebush attended Hamilton County schools. He graduated from Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1941. He served in the United States Army from November 18, 1941, to August 12, 1944, as a demolition specialist for the Ordnance Department in Middle Eastern, North African, and Italian Campaigns. He was a farmer and a partner in livestock commission company. He served as National Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in 1957-1958. He served as chairman of the Indiana Veterans Commission from 1954 to 1960. Roudebush was elected as a Republican to the ... more on Wikipedia

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