Founder of Dade Board and father of Scott Wynndsworth
Owner and founder of a Cement Mixing company that held monopoly over Miami-Dade’s Cement quarries under the name “Dade Cement” circa 2048. Roderick went on to form the Dade Board in 2081 when the fractured Miami-Dade government made it difficult for him to secure business contracts for his cement company. Using his tremendous clout, he formed the private organization that was became the defacto government of Metro Dade.
Roderick Wynndsworth faded from the public eye in his twilight years and was replaced by his son, Scott Wynndsworth.