Rudolph Germany

Rudolph Germany

Visitation:Saturday, September 27, 200810:00 am - 12:00 NoonGreater Northwest Baptist ChurchService:Saturday, September 27, 200812:00 NoonGreater Northwest Baptist ChurchBurial:Crown Hill Cemetery

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  1. Their was never a dull moment with Uncle Rudolph, he was always full of laughs. He used to come over every Saturday early, he would leave his car running in the driveway come in have a drink and there was always something in the house that he would fix or

  2. ?CHRISTIANS UNITED CHURCHat Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel5626 Lawton Loop EastIndianapolis, IN 46216Pastor’s Telephone: 317-849-4047 E-mail: kmac41@comcast.net Dear Family, The congregation of Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel wants you to know that weprayed for you

  3. Uncle Rudy’s fast talking and big smile will truely be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to Aunt Minnie and his girls. Love Angie

  4. To Mrs. Germany, My heart goes out to you in the passing of your friend/husband. Once everyone has left and you have that one on one time to reflect back on the years spent together just rest assure that your friend/husband is no longer suffering & in a b

  5. To my friend Marg, I have no words to express my deepest and sincere sympathy in the passing of your father. As the days, months & years go by, just reflect on the good times that were spent with your dad. You know that if there’s anything that you & your

  6. I know I did’nt get to see are spend to much time with you U.Rudolph but you will be missed, and the memories will always be there.

  7. My sincerest sympathies go out to the entire Germany family. I worked with Rudy for many years on night shift at Naval Avionics Center. He was a very special person who really taught me alot about life. I will always have many fond memories of Rudy. He wa

  8. To the Rudolph Germany family. My prayers and condolences are extended to you. I have many memories of Rudy especially when we would gather each year with family and friends to celebrate our annual ‘core’ picnic.

  9. When they say it takes a village, they were right. I have many memories of my parents group of friends, Mr. Rudolph being one. When ever I saw him, now that I am ‘all grown up,’ he always had a smile and a big hug for me. I will miss our ‘catch up’ conver

  10. Rudy was one of the first persons to befriend me the day I walked into Naval Avionics. I always loved talking to him. For some reason, I thought about him a couple of days ago. I’m sure he entered my thoughts to say goodby. He will be missed.

  11. This is Russell’s baby girl and I vaguely remember my Uncle Rudolph, however, I do remember going to his house and playing in the basement. I am truly saddened by not being able to be there for physical support. My love is being sent.

  12. To my family I am saddened to here of Uncle Rudolph’s passing but, I want you to know that he is ‘Safe in His Arms’. I just found out today about this and I regret that I was unable to attend the Homegoing Services. I send my love and condolences. Be Bles

  13. Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints. [Psalm 116:15] My deepest condolences in you and your families time of grief. I have many fond memories of Brother Germany during my times at Blessed Hope and Eagledale. He will truly be missed

  14. In your time of bereavement I am praying for you and your family.Bro.Germany will be greatly missed. I have fond memories of our times together at Blessed Hope Church and during the Eagledale carpool days. You are all in my thoughts. Love Rhonda Greenwade

  15. Rudy was like a second father to me. He will be missed by me and my family. Condolences from Norris, Hope and the entire Banks Family.

  16. Minnie,My thoughts are with you and yourfamily. I pray for your peace andcomfort during this time. May God’s light continue to shine around you.

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Visitation:Saturday, September 27, 200810:00 am - 12:00 NoonGreater Northwest Baptist ChurchService:Saturday, September 27, 200812:00 NoonGreater Northwest Baptist ChurchBurial:Crown Hill Cemetery

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  1. Their was never a dull moment with Uncle Rudolph, he was always full of laughs. He used to come over every Saturday early, he would leave his car running in the driveway come in have a drink and there was always something in the house that he would fix

  2. ?CHRISTIANS UNITED CHURCH at Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel 5626 Lawton Loop East Indianapolis, IN 46216 Pastor’s Telephone: 317-849-4047 E-mail: kmac41@comcast.net Dear Family, The congregation of Soldiers’ Memorial Chapel wants you to know that we p

  3. Uncle Rudy’s fast talking and big smile will truely be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to Aunt Minnie and his girls. Love Angie

  4. To Mrs. Germany, My heart goes out to you in the passing of your friend/husband. Once everyone has left and you have that one on one time to reflect back on the years spent together just rest assure that your friend/husband is no longer suffering & in a

  5. To my friend Marg, I have no words to express my deepest and sincere sympathy in the passing of your father. As the days, months & years go by, just reflect on the good times that were spent with your dad. You know that if there’s anything that you & y

  6. I know I did’nt get to see are spend to much time with you U.Rudolph but you will be missed, and the memories will always be there.

  7. My sincerest sympathies go out to the entire Germany family. I worked with Rudy for many years on night shift at Naval Avionics Center. He was a very special person who really taught me alot about life. I will always have many fond memories of Rudy. H

  8. To the Rudolph Germany family. My prayers and condolences are extended to you. I have many memories of Rudy especially when we would gather each year with family and friends to celebrate our annual ‘core’ picnic.

  9. When they say it takes a village, they were right. I have many memories of my parents group of friends, Mr. Rudolph being one. When ever I saw him, now that I am ‘all grown up,’ he always had a smile and a big hug for me. I will miss our ‘catch up’ conve

  10. Rudy was one of the first persons to befriend me the day I walked into Naval Avionics. I always loved talking to him. For some reason, I thought about him a couple of days ago. I’m sure he entered my thoughts to say goodby. He will be missed.

  11. This is Russell’s baby girl and I vaguely remember my Uncle Rudolph, however, I do remember going to his house and playing in the basement. I am truly saddened by not being able to be there for physical support. My love is being sent.

  12. To my family I am saddened to here of Uncle Rudolph’s passing but, I want you to know that he is ‘Safe in His Arms’. I just found out today about this and I regret that I was unable to attend the Homegoing Services. I send my love and condolences. Be Bles

  13. Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints. [Psalm 116:15] My deepest condolences in you and your families time of grief. I have many fond memories of Brother Germany during my times at Blessed Hope and Eagledale. He will truly

  14. In your time of bereavement I am praying for you and your family. Bro.Germany will be greatly missed. I have fond memories of our times together at Blessed Hope Church and during the Eagledale carpool days. You are all in my thoughts. Love Rhonda Gre

  15. Rudy was like a second father to me. He will be missed by me and my family. Condolences from Norris, Hope and the entire Banks Family.

  16. Minnie, My thoughts are with you and your family. I pray for your peace and comfort during this time. May God’s light continue to shine around you.

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