Minister Martha Rudolph
This day is the celebration and homegoing of our Mother, Sister, Aunt, Grandmother and cousins.
She was a proud and dedicated Devotion Leader, Usher, and Missionary. She worked as a Line Worker, and Supervisor at Koch Foods for 30 + years.
After retiring, she devoted herself to the church. She loved gardening, helping others and was a fashionable woman. She was the daughter of the late Willie White and Arthella Rudolph.
She was born on January 9, 1950 in Lowndes County.
She accepted Christ at an early age. Later in life she became a minister and dedicated her life to serving others. Minister Martha was well liked and loved by many.
She was preceded in death by both parents, a twin sister, Mary Rudolph Stewart. Brothers, Robert Lee and David Lee Rudolph, and Donnie Ray Rudolph. Aunts, Celia Rudolph Peak, Azalee (Nan) Rudolph Whitson. Grandparents, Hosea and Ivory Rudolph. Uncles, Sidney Thomas and David Rudolph. Son, Darrell Dewayne Rudolph. Nephews, Omar (O. J) and Bernard (Jr.) Melton and great-grandson, Paulee Rudolph.
She leaves to mourn and cherish her memories: Daughters, Hattie Bell Rudolph and Machell Renea Dupree. Son, Bobby (Deborah Renee) Rudolph. Sister, Valdonia Rudolph Melton. 14 Grandchildren, 21 Great-Grandchildren, Rudolph cousins, a host of other relatives and dear friends.
Funeral Services will be 2 P.M.Saturday, March 27, 2021 at United Christian New Beginnings Church
Public Visitation will be Friday, 11am-8 pm. Family Hour, 6pm-8pm Eulogist: Pastor Dr. Charles Kirkpatrick.
Arrangements under the direction of West Gadsden Funeral Home.
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