"For I am sure that neither death nor life ... 

nor anything else in all creation, 

will be able to separate us from the love of God

in Christ Jesus our Lord." 

Romans 8:38-39 (NRSV)

A celebration of the life of Susan Rudolph

Memorial Service available below

St. Paul's mourns the death of Susan Rudolph who died on May 12 from complications due to advanced Alzheimer's, cancer, pneumonia, and COPD, according to the attending physician at Foxchase Rehab and Nursing Care where she lived. Susan was born in Iowa and worked as a paralegal in DC until she retired. For years, she was the face that greeted anyone entering "Antiques & Uniques" on Howard Avenue in Kensington MD. Susan was a members of the Joyful Ringers! bell ensemble at St. Paul's and loved classic movies, novels, chocolate, dogs, Coca-cola, and reading the Washington Post. Susan had no next-of-kin. Condolences may be directed to Meg Baker or Robin Baum, who became Susan's co-guardians when Alzheimer's made it impossible for Susan to manage on her own.