We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Scanlin Cremation & Burial
Marshall Leroy Dye, 25, of Seattle, Washington, passed away on November 30th, 2021.
Marshall was born June 9th, 1996, in Torrance, California to Catherine Kranes and Mart Dye Jr. He graduated with a diploma from Lake Stevens High School, Lake Stevens, Washington. He continued his education with Shoreline Community College, Shoreline, Washington. He was known for being a remarkable athlete on the college soccer team. Marshall had a diverse career history, holding jobs as a meter inspector and an interior/exterior painter. Marshall was working towards graduating from The Diver’s Institute of Technology, class 106-21. He was very eager to get his foot in the door within the diving industry. Marshall loved playing soccer, drawing, writing, picking up books from the local library, and in his younger days, riding and working on dirtbikes. Marshall can be remembered for always making others laugh with his great sense of humor. You could always find Marshall with a book, as he was looking to expand his knowledge in all walks of life. He was a protector and a defender of his family and his beliefs.
A memorial will be held by The Diver’s Institute of Technology, Class 106-21 on December 27th, 2021. Marshall’s ashes will be buried in the Puget Sound, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, during one of the class’ deep dives. Marshall’s family will be presented an honorary certificate of graduation on December 28th, 2021 at 2pm.
Marshall is survived by his mother Catherine Kranes of Lake Stevens; step mother Julie Dye of Dowagiac, MI, Siblings; Sara Dye of Orange, CA, John Dye of OH, Adam Dye of CA, Annie McKenny of Eugene, OR, Chris Kranes of CA, Kayla Rowland of Ellensburg, WA and Natalie Gillespie of Augusta, MI. He is preceded in death by his father Mart Dye Jr.