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    Ralph “Pete” Herrick, III, 1947 ~ 2011

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    Entered into rest Thursday, April 7, 2011 at his residence, Mr. Ralph Earl “Pete” Herrick, III, age 64, beloved husband of Mrs. Susan Foy Herrick, Aiken, and son of Ralph Earl Herrick, Jr. and Jane Randal Herrick, Moab, Utah.

    A celebration of life service will be held 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 16, 2011 at Earle Church of God, with Rev. Clyde Hardin officiating. Mr. Herrick’s body was donated to Duke University for medical study.

    Mr. Herrick was a native of Seattle Wash., and the majority of his life was spent in Germany, White Sands, N.M., and Moab. He then moved to Aiken, S.C., and has made Aiken his home for the past 16 years.

    He had retired in 2009 as project manager with Four Points Communications with 10 years of service. Mr. Herrick was a member of the Earle Church of God, Aiken, S.C.

    Additional survivors include one son, Samuel Earl Herrick, San Francisco, Calif.; one sister, Andrea Lombardo, Moab, Utah; three brothers-in-law, Kirk (Bonnie) Foy, Georgetown, Texas, Jim (Sandy) Foy, Moab, Jack (Jeri) Foy, Moab; one sister-in-law, Verna (Gordon) Butcher, Moab.

    A visitation with the family will take place at Earle Church of God following the service. Cole Funeral Home in Aiken, S.C. assisted the family with arrangements.

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