Rudolph, Harold - U.S. Army 

Unga, Alaska

Harold Fredrick Rudolph, Pvt., was born in Valdez, Alaska, his parents were Paul and Alma (Foster) Rudolph, his wife was Carol M. Watson.  Harold lived and attended school in Unga and Anchorage, Alaska.  

Harold was drafted into the U.S. Army May 1967, he did his basic training in Ft. Lewis, Washington and advanced combat training in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.  Harold was assigned to a tour of duty in Vietnam.  He was discharged from military service May 1969.  

Harold was a commerical fisherman in the Shumagin Islands and the surrounding waters within Area M.  He owned and captained the F.V. Tiffy.  He has a self-employed business doing snow plowing and offering mechanic repairs in Anchorage.  Harold served three terms on the CIRI board of directors, 2000-2009, he is a CIRI Corporation shareholder.


Status: retired, Going Strong

Photo courtesy: 1 & 2 Harold Rudolph









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