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Van Dyke, Ralph Mullford - Seattle  
Ralph Mullford Van Dyke January 26, 1925 ~ April 5, 2016 A memorial service is planned for one of America's leading graphic arts pioneers from the Pacific Northwest. Ralph Van Dyke was born to Laurance and Edith Van Dyke of Greensburg Westmoreland County, PA and went to his heavenly home peacefully in the care of Judy Fink, who devoted her life to caring for Ralph for the past 7 years. Ralph was a World War II veteran, serving honorably on the USS NEW JERSEY BB-62 as a gunner. He founded Seattle's first color separation company in 1952. Van Dyke and Brant. In 1960 that company became Van Dyke, Inc., known world-wide. Ralph is survived by his daughter, Rebecca Hernandez of Darrington, WA. and a son, Ralph, of Ronan, Montana, 3 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. His life long friend Jack Roberts was always in touch and visited him frequently. He was preceded in death by wives Olivia Kathleen Van Dyke and June Bell, as well as a son, Gary. Memorial Services will be at TAHOMA NATIONAL CEMETERY 18600 S. E. 240th St., Kent 98042 Saturday, May 28 at 2:00 pm. The United States Navy will perform full military honors. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Disabled American Veterans. Please sign Ralph's online Guestbook at .
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Published in The Seattle Times from May 25 to May 26, 2016

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