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Rose Van Dyke

Rose Van Dyke, who co-owned the entertainment industry insurance brokerage firm Truman Van Dyke Co., died Jan. 24 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of cancer. She was 61.

Before joining the company in 1974, she worked for McClendon Broadcasting, serving at Los Angeles radio station XTRA-KOST as one of the first female radio station managers.

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