On October 13, 2015, Paul Bradley Rudolph of Scottsdale, Arizona, devoted father, beloved son, brother, successful attorney, friend, devout Christian, animal lover, law partner, and Green Bay Packer season ticket holder, was suddenly and unexpectedly called to the right hand of God and put on permanent retainer. Left in his wake and missing him are his cherished daughter, Grace Amira Rudolph, best buddy and son, Jack Edward Rudolph, mother and father, Jean and Edward P. Rudolph, Esq., brothers Adam Rudolph and Mark Rudolph (wife Catherine Gaudreau and nephew Alex Rudolph), sister Laura Rudolph Lorenzen (husband Richard Lorenzen), former wife Michele Webb and her extended Mattia family, along with his beloved staff and partners at the Law Firm of Rudolph and Hammond in Scottsdale, all of whom are saddened beyond words at this turn of events, but nonetheless wish him all the best in this new endeavor. Born in the heartland of Wisconsin on February 3, 1965, Paul was what happens when a proud first generation American and WWII Marine veteran turned attorney meets a small town Wisconsin girl on Bascom Hill at the University of Wisconsin/Madison. Paul returned the favor by graduating from law school with honors in 1991 on that same hill. Before turning to that calling, after earning his undergraduate degree at UT Austin, Paul served as one of the youngest DEA agents ever recruited straight from college, confirming his lifelong passion for law enforcement that he shared with his brother, Adam. Paul's admiration and respect for those who take up the heroic mantle of law enforcement are exemplified by the strong bonds he built over the years with countless men and women in uniform, especially in the state of Arizona. Paul was nothing if not memorable, and he will be sorely missed but always remembered by all of those whose lives he touched.