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Mr. Ralph Clark Hitchcock

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The Seattle Daily Times
Thursday, December 5, 1929
Page 13, Column 4

Ralph Hitchcock To Get Masonic Burial

Seattle friends of Ralph Clark Hitchcock, for twenty-five years a teller at the Seattle National Bank and well known in Masonic circles, learned with regret today of his death yesterday at the Virginia Mason Hospital during a relapse after a major operation.

Mr. Hitchcock, who was 52 years old and lived at 1529 Palm Street, left the employ of the bank as Chief Teller a year ago to become Vice President of the L.C. Warner Company, radio supplies and later entered business for himself in the bank equipment field.

He was a member of all Seattle Masonic bodies and of Nile Temple of the Shrine. Funeral services will be held at the Home Undertaking Company’s Chapel at 1 o’clock tomorrow afternoon under auspices of Rose Croix order.

Mr. Hitchcock is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jessie Hitchcock, and two sons, Clarke and Lester Hitchcock.

The Seattle Daily Times
Thursday, December 5, 1929
Page 36, Column 2

Deaths And Funerals

Hitchcock. At 1529 Palm Avenue, December 4, 1929, Ralph Clark Hitchcock, beloved husband of Jessie Hitchcock, father of Clarke and Lester Hitchcock. Member of Eureka Lodge No. 20, F. & A.M.; Oriental Chapter No. 19; Seattle Commandery, No. 2, K.T.; Nile Temple, Shrine and Scottish Rites.

Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the Home Undertaking Company Friday at 1PM, under the auspices of Rose Croix.


Generously contributed by: Sheila Simpson