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Gary police and fire personnel bring the body of former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay to its final resting place at Ridgelawn Cemetery in Gary.
The hearse carrying the body of former Mayor Rudy Clay passes by his alma mater Roosevelt High School en route to Ridgelawn Cemetery in Gary.
Rudy Clay's wife, Christine, and son Rudy Clay Jr. sit together Tuesday during a ceremony honoring the former Gary mayor.
Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson speaks during a ceremony honoring the late Gary Mayor Rudy Clay.
Rudy Clay's wife, Christine, escorted by Lew Wallace JROTC instructor Col. Antonio Daggett, views her husband's body Tuesday during a ceremony honoring the late Gary mayor.
Eddie Griffin, of Schererville, pauses to pay respects to former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay at the Genesis Center in Gary Tuesday.
Cheryl Ciciora, of Crown Point, and Lake County Commissioner Gerry Scheub pay respects to former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay at the Genesis Center in Gary Tuesday.
Members of the Gary Roosevelt class of 1953 pay respect Tuesday to former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay at the Genesis Convention Center in Gary.
Roosevelt class of 1953 member Hattie R. Williams signs the guest book for the visitation of fellow classmate and former Gary Mayor Rudy Clay at the Genesis Center in Gary Tuesday.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay, center leans over to chat with supporters before a conference announcing his plan to run for re-election at Gary City Hall.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay announces his plan to run for re-election at Gary City Hall. "Gary already has a good mayor; I don't know what all the fuss is about," he said, later adding that public safety is number one priority.
Gary Fire Chief Donald Williamson, far right, greets some of the laid-off firefighters and their families following a news conference Wednesday afternoon at City Hall.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay, left, and Fire Chief Donald Williamson talk Wednesday afternoon about the return of 34 Gary firefighters who were laid off six months ago.
Dan "Rudy" Ruettiger speaks to a crowd at St. Bridget School in Hobart on Feb. 5.
GARY Gary Mayor Rudy Clay Thursday morning announces his plan to run for re-election at Gary City Hall. "Gary already has a good mayor; i don't know what all the fuss is about," he said, later adding that public safety is number one priority.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay said he inherited a financially drained city when he was appointed mayor in 2006. He first won election to the city's top spot in 2007.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay announces his plan to run for re-election at Gary City Hall on Thursday.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay, seen here during his re-election announcement in January, revealed Friday he is ending his campaign due to a diagnosis of prostate cancer.
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