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  2. Rudy Perpich, 67; Led Minnesota for 10 Years - The New York Times

    Former Gov. Rudy Perpich, a dentist who became Minnesota's longest-serving chief executive, died today at his home here, outside St. Paul. He was 67. His wife, Lola, said he had died of colon...

  3. Years of service. 1946–1948. Rudolph George Perpich Sr. (June 27, 1928 – September 21, 1995) was an American politician. He was the longest-serving governor of Minnesota, serving a total of just over 10 years. He was a member of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party .

  4. Perpich, Rudolph George (“Rudy”) -

    Perpich, Rudolph George (“Rudy”) (b. 27 June 1928 in Carson Lake, Minnesota; d. 21 September 1995 in Minnetonka, Minnesota), governor of Minnesota known for his unusual ideas, which earned him the sobriquet “Governor Goofy.” Perpich was one of several children of Anton and Mary Perpich.


    Former Gov. Rudy Perpich, a big-hearted dentist whose oddball ideas led to the nickname "Governor Goofy," died Thursday at age 67. Perpich, Minnesota's longest-serving governor, died of colon ...

  6. Rudolph George Perpich - National Governors Association

    Gov. Rudolph George Perpich. Terms December 29, 1976 - January 4, 1979 January 3, 1983 - January 7, 1991 ; Party Democratic-Farmer-Labor ; Born June 27, 1928 ; Passed September 21, 1995 ; Birth State Minnesota

  7. Perpich, Sr., Rudolph George "Rudy, R.G." - Minnesota

    Birth Place: Carson Lake, Minnesota. Birth County: St. Louis. Birth Country: United States. Date of Death: 9/21/1995. Gender: Male. Religion: Reported Minority: None Reported. Other Names: Rudy, R.G. City of Residence (when first elected): Hibbing.

  8. Rudy Perpich - Wikiwand

    Rudolph George Perpich Sr. (June 27, 1928 – September 21, 1995) was an American politician and dentist who served as the governor of Minnesota from 1976 to 1979 and again from 1983 to 1991. A member of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, he is labeled as Minnesota's 34th and 36th governor.

  9. RUDY PERPICH DIES AT 67 - The Washington Post

    Former Gov. Rudy Perpich, Minnesota's longest-serving and most colorful governor who held the office for a decade, died of colon cancer Sept. 21 at his home in Minnetonka, Minn. He was 67. Gov ...

  10. RudyPerpich: From the ‘Dumps’ to Governor - The New York Times

    Rudy Perpich's rise from the “dumps” to the Governor's mansion is an American success story that has given pride to his family and to the Slays living in this area. He will be the state's ...

  11. Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota - Wikipedia

    Rudy Perpich: January 4, 1971: December 29, 1976: Wendell R. Anderson: Democratic–Farmer–Labor 40: Alec G. Olson 3: December 29, 1976: January 4, 1979: Rudy Perpich: Democratic–Farmer–Labor 41: Lou Wangberg: January 4, 1979: January 3, 1983: Al Quie: Independent Republican: 42: Marlene Johnson: January 3, 1983: January 7, 1991: Rudy ...