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In Memory


Born (after a long pregnancy) in the early 1960s, Ocean Meadows immediately began a lifelong commitment to community service. Generations were introduced not only to the game of golf but more importantly to life-long friendships, and respect was extended to everyone regardless of ability. Enjoyed by young and old alike, the Meadows became a favorite date location for multiple couples, and a special place for both weddings and funerals, a place of memories. – Barbara Metcalf, Goleta, former general manager, and the rest of the staff at Ocean Meadows

Barbara Metcalf was the general manager of Ocean Meadows until its recent closure.

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