Brian Rader and Kerri Lynn Rader.

Brian Howard Rader born July 27, 1975 and Kerri Lynn Rader was born June 13, 1978
Kerri Lynn Rader - June 13, 1978. Family Jan. 15, 1974 -- Julie and Joseph Otero along with their children Joseph, Jr., and Josephine, tied up and strangled to death in their home
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Rader attended Butler County Community College in El Dorado and Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina, KS. He worked in the meat department for Leeker's IGA in Park City in 1971. His mother worked as a bookkeeper. He worked as an assembler at what was then the heating and air division of The Coleman Company from June 19, 1972, to July 6, 1973. Rader entered Wichita State University in the fall of 1973 and graduated in the spring of 1979 with a bachelor of science degree in administration of justice. He has a son, Brian Howard Rader, born on July 27, 1975 and a daughter, Kerri Lynn Rader, born on June 13, 1978. Kerri Rader graduated from Wichita Heights in 1996. She qualified for the state golf tournament her senior year. She attended Kansas State University. Married to Darian Rawson. She moved to Farmington, Michigan in August, 2003. Rader's son is unmarried and in the Navy. Twentynine-year-old Brian Rader, who is a Seaman Apprentice, joined the Navy in 2004. He was in school at the Navy submarine base in Groton, CT, at the time of his father's arrest. Rader worked for the security company ADT (from November 1974 to July 1989) - when four of the BTK victims were killed. Rader worked as a construction and installation supervisor. A former ADT supervisor, Michael Fitch, said Rader was eventually fired from ADT. Worked for the U.S. Census Bureau in 1989 as a census field operations supervisor. He was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader. Rader first worked with Cub Scout Pack 491 and then with Boy Scout Troop 491 - as his son progressed through scouting. His son became an Eagle Scout His father, William E. Rader, died on Dec. 27, 1996. He had served on the Sedgwick County Board of Zoning Appeals and the Animal Control Advisory Board (April 1996 - June 1998). Rader’s most recent job was as a Compliance Supervisor for Park City, Kansas. That means he tickets people for public nuisances-things like appliances left in yard and loose dogs. Rader worked there since May 10, 1991. He was earning $16.62 an hour. The Oct. 4, 2001 issue of The Ark Valley News reported that Rader received a 10 year service award presented by Mayor Bergquist. His wife, Paula Rader, worked as a bookkeeper at Snacks, the Diamond Shamrock convenience store at 61st Street North and Broadway since 1985. He is a 30-year member of the Park City Christ Lutheran Church and was President of the Congregation Council at the time of his arrest. His wife and her family were original members of the church. Paula Rader and her mother sing in the church choir. kerri lynn raderkerri lynn raderKerri Lynn Rader was born June 13, 1978. Married to Darian Rawson. Moved to Farmington, Michigan in August, 2003.
On March 9, 1945, Dennis Lynn Rader was born. He is the oldest of three younger brothers; all four boys were Boy Scouts. Rader graduated from Wichita Heights High School in 1963. Following high school, he served in the Air Force from 1966 to 1970. Rader departed from the Air Force a sergeant, and was awarded a Good Conduct Medal, the Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, and the National Defense Service Medal. On May 22, 1971, Rader married Paula Dietz. He attended community college, and worked in the meat department for Leeker’s IGA. During the fall of 1973, Rader enrolled into Wichita State University, and graduated in the spring of 1979 with a Bachelor of Science degree in administration of justice. While attending Wichita State, Rader’s children were born: a son, Brian Howard Rader, born in 1975 and a daughter, Kerri Lynn Rader, born in 1978. From 1974 to 1978, Rader worked for the security company ADT as a construction and installation supervisor. In 1989, he worked for the U.S. Census Bureau as a census field operations supervisor. Rader’s most recent job was one he held since 1991. He worked as a Compliance Supervisor for Park City, Kansas. According to the October 4th 2001 issue of The Ark Valley News, Rader received a ten year service award presented by Mayor Bergquist. Rader was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader, and a thirty year member and President of the Congregation Council at Park City Christ Lutheran Church.Dennis Rader was born on March 9th, 1945. He grew up in Park City, Kansas just outside of Wichita. His parents were William and Dorothea Rader. Both have passed away. Dennis has 3 brothers, Jeff, Paul and Bill Rader. He regulary attended church and was a compliance officer and also installed security systems. Rader was married on May 22nd, 1971 to Paula. They have 2 kids, Brian Rader and Kerri Lynn Rader. Brian is 31 years old and kerri is 28 years old. His daughter Kerri is currently living in Farmington, Michigan. Dennis Rader has been described as having a tight Christian control over his family, and as a by-the-numbers type of person, arrogant, rude, confrontation, meticulous, neat, efficient, friendly, a regular guy, and petty. Dennis graduated from Heights High School in Wichita in 1963 and from Wichita State University in 1979 with a major in Administration of Justice. 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He worked in the meat department for Leeker's IGA in Park City in 1971. His mother worked as a bookkeeper. He worked as an assembler at what was then the heating and air division of The Coleman Company from June 19, 1972, to July 6, 1973. Rader entered Wichita State University in the fall of 1973 and graduated in the spring of 1979 with a bachelor of science degree in administration of justice. He has a son, Brian Howard Rader, born on July 27, 1975 and a daughter, Kerri Lynn Rader, born on June 13, 1978. Kerri Rader graduated from Wichita Heights in 1996. She qualified for the state golf tournament her senior year. She attended Kansas State University. Married to Darian Rawson. She moved to Farmington, Michigan in August, 2003. Rader's son is unmarried and in the Navy. Twentynine-year-old Brian Rader, who is a Seaman Apprentice, joined the Navy in 2004. He was in school at the Navy submarine base in Groton, CT, at the time of his father's arrest. Rader worked for the security company ADT (from November 1974 to July 1989) - when four of the BTK victims were killed. Rader worked as a construction and installation supervisor. A former ADT supervisor, Michael Fitch, said Rader was eventually fired from ADT. Worked for the U.S. Census Bureau in 1989 as a census field operations supervisor. He was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader. Rader first worked with Cub Scout Pack 491 and then with Boy Scout Troop 491 - as his son progressed through scouting. His son became an Eagle Scout His father, William E. Rader, died on Dec. 27, 1996. He had served on the Sedgwick County Board of Zoning Appeals and the Animal Control Advisory Board (April 1996 - June 1998). Rader’s most recent job was as a Compliance Supervisor for Park City, Kansas. That means he tickets people for public nuisances-things like appliances left in yard and loose dogs. Rader worked there since May 10, 1991. He was earning $16.62 an hour. The Oct. 4, 2001 issue of The Ark Valley News reported that Rader received a 10 year service award presented by Mayor Bergquist. His wife, Paula Rader, worked as a bookkeeper at Snacks, the Diamond Shamrock convenience store at 61st Street North and Broadway since 1985. He is a 30-year member of the Park City Christ Lutheran Church and was President of the Congregation Council at the time of his arrest. His wife and her family were original members of the church. Paula Rader and her mother sing in the church choir.