John Rudiak
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John Rudiak

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Mr. John J. Rudiak
Born 1950s.
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Brother of [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] and [private sister (1950s - 2000s)]
Father of [private daughter (1970s - unknown)]
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John was born in Pittsburgh, PA in the South Side at St. Joseph's Hospital. The name John comes from both his grand fathers.

He went to school at St. Adelbert Elementary School, South High School and the Community College of Allegheny County and graduated in 1971. He also attended the University of Pittsburgh School of General Studies where he learned Polish.

He married Helena Kusiolek in Golina, Poland. Together they raised Natalia Rudiak in their home on Hornaday Road.

John worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Transportation for 35 years. He was a Traffic Systems Control Specialist designing, building, inspecting and operationg traffic signal systems. He was an American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 2459 Secretary and Steward for 22 years. He is now President of the Retired Public Employees of Pennsylvania (RPEP) Subchapter 8401 of Allegheny County, prior Secretary of the Carrick Community Board and the prior Treasurer of the Overbrook Community Council. John also is a founding member of the Carrick Overbrook Historical Society

Some of the things most important to John include the recently formed Carrick-Overbrook Historical Society and his family.

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Greetings! Are you aware Wikitree has a Poland Project? Check out our page to see what we are doing in Wikitree, how you can help and utilize the Project: Poland/Resource Library to see what information is out there to help you in your research. If you are new to Wikitree and are having a difficult time getting started, check out a Welcome to Wikitree page which will help you with the basics of Wikitree.

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posted by Skye Sonczalla
Do you have any further information about this person - in particular, even an estimated birth or death year, as well as a connection to another relative?

We are trying to fix profiles that are empty and disconnected, as this one is.

Your help in improving this profile is much appreciated.

Thank you!

posted by Loretta (Leger) Corbin
Thank you, John.
posted by Julie (Wafer) Vlaminck
Hi John. Just a quick note to let you know that we set up a new WikiTree page on Facebook. I think it will be a good forum for WikiTreers to ask questions and make suggestions for the site. If you use Facebook check it out. Cheers, Chris
posted by Chris Whitten

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