Archie Rutherford was a businessman and theater director from Spokane, Washington, United States. Here are 10 more things about him:
- He was born in Montana, USA to Lloyd W. Rutherford and Katherine Rutherford. The family lived in Spokane. Katherine was also born in Montana while Lloyd was born in Oklahoma, USA.
- He worked as a night clerk at the Trade Winds Motor Hotel in Spokane.
- He and family members owned drive-in restaurants called Rutherford’s Triple XXX.
- He was 6 years younger than his wife Eleanor Cornelius Rutherford. They lived in South Hill, Spokane.
- In 1946, Eleanor gave birth to their son Stanley L. Rutherford.
- He was active in the Spokane Civic Theatre where he directed several plays. He and Betty Tomlinson were featured in “The World Of Carl Sandburg“, a stage presentation of selections from the poetry and prose of Carl Sandburg, who died in Flat, North Carolina, USA on July 22, 1967.
- In 1969, his father died at the age of 79.
- On May 22, 1982, Eleanor went on a trip. Since May 23, 1982, she had not heard from him.
- On May 25, 1982, he was supposed to meet Eleanor at the airport. She became worried when he died not show up. At 4:40 p.m., she arrived home in South Hill and found him fatally stabbed.
- He died at the age of 58. Authorities have yet to identify the person or persons who killed him.