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Profile of Timothy H. Hudson
Contributed by Karen Mitchell. The subject of this sketch was born in Huerfano County, Colorado, September 30, 1870. He was educated in the public and private schools. He married Addie Viola Cropsey, June 3, 1896, poetess, writer member of Press Club and Daughters of American Revolution. From 1889-1893 Mr. Hudson was in the Pueblo National Bank, from 1893-1894 traveling auditor Rio Grande Hotel Company, 1894-1895 McPherson & Co. Gardner, Colorado, 1895-1898 the T.M. Hudson Merc. Co., Gardner till 1928. In 1928 sold Hudson Ingraham Merc. Co. He was selected State Senator of Huerfano, Costilla and Custer Counties. In 1933-1934 he was receiver at Trinidad National Bank; 1934-1940 in Guaranty State Bank, Walsenbueg. Owner and operator of a ranch at Gardner, and Specializes in Hereford Cattle. Mr. Hudson held membership in A.F. & A.M. No. 29. South Colorado Consistory No. 3, 32 degree Mason; was a director in the Chamber of Commerce. His politics is Democratic. His chief interest is raising fine cattle. His home is on Capital Hill.