Leon Rudolph

Lee Rudolph

October 25, 1933 - April 5, 2021
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    Thursday, April 8th, 2021 | 2:30pm
    Thursday, April 8th, 2021 2:30pm
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Donations are being accepted for:
Baltimore Humane Society

1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136


Lee Rudolph, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Monday, April 5th, 2021 at the age of 87. He is survived by his wife, Janet Rudolph (nee Singer), his children, Dr. Michael (Sheryle) Rudoph, Elayne Rudolph, and Cheryl Rudolph Suitor (Earl Suitor), his sister-in-law, Judy (Kenneth) Frohlich, and his grandchildren, Riley Akiyama, Hollie Rudoph, Brendan McGrath, and Daniel McGrath. He was predeceased by his parents, Florence and Albert Rudolph.

Lee was well known as a recruiter in the cement industry. 38 years ago Lee founded Cemcon International and placed engineers in cement plants nationwide. Lee was also a wonderful artist whose specialty was cartooning. He loved the history, stories, and antique guns of the Civil War and the Old West. Lee loved all animals, especially dogs. He worked for many years training dogs to become service animals for Hearing Impaired individuals.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Thursday, April 8th, 2021 at 2:30 pm. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery - Berrymans Lane. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the Baltimore Humane Society, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136.
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Verna McDade

Posted at 09:28pm
Dear Jan, I am so very sorry for your loss. May your memories of your many wonderful years together with Lee be a comfort to you.

Laura Miller

Posted at 09:05pm
Cheryl and family
I am so sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing

Sherri Spitalsky - Tybur

Posted at 07:56pm
Hi Elayne & family.... so sorry for your loss. It's been many years but I remember being at your house plenty of times as a teenager & remember your parents well. They were so cordial & warming. I lost my father 2 years ago so I understand your grief. I hope your family is otherwise doing well & that you all have one another for support. I would love to connect with you Elayne... my email is
Warm regards,
Sherri Spitalsky-Tybur

Sonya and Jerry

Posted at 03:09pm
We are very sad at the passing of Lee. He always had a smile and a kind word. Lee's presents helped make 'our block' a special place. We will miss him.

Mark Nusinov

Posted at 11:04pm
Mark and Marlene Nusinov want to express our prayers in memory of Lee Rudolph. May he Rest In Peace.

Pat and Elliott Berlin

Posted at 11:04am
My heart is broken and there are no words to console you over your loss. You and Lee have been family to us over the past 20 years, sharing in many joyous occasions as well as supporting us in times of emotional need. I will always think of Lee out on the deck under the umbrella reading, or dressed in his dress shirts when we would go to dinner. A strapping man with a wonderfully dry sense of humor. We will miss him. Know that we are here for you. May the beautiful memories you share give you comfort.

Sue Pelovitz

Posted at 05:31pm
Jan, Elaine and family,. I am so sorry to hear of Lee's passing. You and Lee were a very special part of the Mane Tamer Family for so many years. I know Lee was so devoted to his family, especially his loving wife Jan. May your many memories help get you through this very difficult time. Sending you love and prayers. RIP dear Lee.

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