Rush Limbaugh, Sr.

Rush Limbaugh, Sr.

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Rush Hudson Limbaugh, Sr. (September 27, 1891 – April 8, 1996) was an American jurist, legislator, and ambassador. His legal career spanned just under eighty years and he argued cases before the Missouri Supreme Court, Internal Revenue Service Appellate Division, Interstate Commerce Commission, and National Labor Relations Board.


Born near Sedgewickville, Missouri, in Bollinger County, Missouri, Limbaugh was initially educated in a one-room schoolhouse near his family farm. In 1914, he entered the University of Missouri Law School following his attendance at the University of Missouri, and after skipping his third year of law school was admitted to the Missouri bar in 1916.

Limbaugh was the city attorney for Cape Girardeau, Missouri, from 1917 till 1919 and began his own law firm in 1923. He served in the Missouri State Legislature from 1931 to 1932 and during his service advocated the consolidation of Missouri school districts and the formation of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Limbaugh was President of the Missouri Bar (1955-1956) and also served as an ambassador for the U.S. legal system to India during the 1950s.

In addition to his legal career, Limbaugh was active in civic affairs. He was involved in the early development of Southeast Missouri Hospital, was active with the Boy Scout movement and worked with the Salvation Army for nearly fifty years.

Limbaugh's descendants include jurists Stephen N. Limbaugh, Sr., Stephen N. Limbaugh,......
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