Rudasill Road in Tucson
endocrinology indigent state. U.S., Dr. University who assistant. Ariz. Rudasill Dies, Pioneer Tucsonian W. A. Rudasill, 75, 441 Posito Place, pioneer Tucson- ian for whom a North Side roadway was named, died yesterday. A builder, Mr. Rudasill came here from his native Texas in 1912 at the age of He homesteaded 260 acres north of the city. The land lies generally east of Oracle Road between Sunset and Oracle Grove roads. Rudasill Road runs east and west through the area he homesteaded. homesteaded. Additional segments on the North Side have constructed in recent years and given the Rudasill name because of their general alignment with the original Rudasill Rudasill road which runs between Oracle Road and North 1st Avenue. Mr. Rudasill constructed between 600 and 800 homes the Tucson community, including including some of the buildings used as sorority homes at University of Arizona. He reportedly purchased the first load of lumber ever sold by O'Malley Lumber and used it to build a home on Ft. Lowell Road for the Doctors Mayo of the Mayo Brothers Clinic. Most of his construction activities took place before World War II. He has been retired in recent years. He is s u r v i v ed widow, Dorothy. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Arizona Mortuary.