Boschwitz, Rudolph Eli
Born: Nov 07, 1930 AD
Currently alive, at 82 years of age.
1930 - Born on November 7th in Berlin, Germany. American politician.
1947 - He attended Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.
1950-1953 - He graduated from New York University School of Commerce, New York City, and New York University Law School.
1954-1959 - He was admitted to the New York bar and the Wisconsin bar, and commenced practice in New York City.
- Served in the United States Army Signal Corps.
1963 - He was the founder and chairman of Plywood Minnesota, Inc. (Home Valu Interiors, Inc.).
1971 - Was a Republican National Committeeman from Minnesota.
1978-1979 - Elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in November for the term commencing January 3rd.
- Appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Wendell B. Anderson.
1991 - He received the Citizen’s Medal for efforts in Ethiopia as President George H.W. Bush’s emissary.
2000 - Occupied the finance chair in Minnesota for President George W. Bush.
- He presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs and is a prominent member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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