1945 - 2015
Jaya Thomas Jacob, born January 2, 1945, passed away peacefully on August 25, 2015, at his home in Santa Barbara. ... Read More.
1922 - 2015
Bob Scott passed away Aug. 10, 2015 at age 93. Although his body just wore out, his mind stayed as ... Read More.
1960 - 2015
On July 14, 2015 Gregory Allen Knudson was taken in a paragliding accident in the Vosges, France. An avid paraglider, ... Read More.
1952 - 2015
After a life worthy of an adventure novel, fighting for social justice and exploring the world in search of rare ... Read More.
1966 - 2015
Patricia Elaine Harris, 49, has passed into eternal peace, Friday, August 7, 2015 at the Serenity House in Santa Barbara ... Read More.
1928 - 2015
Nina Faye Podlesny was born to Leonard Albert Watson and Ada Watson, (née Ada Estelle Crumbly) on May 4, 1928 ... Read More.
Steven M. Cobb, 70, of Santa Barbara passed away on August 21, 2015. Services Pending. Read More.
Anna M. Freidell, 85, of Santa Barbara passed away on August 21, 2015. A Memorial Service will be held on ... Read More.
Edward R. Kalman, 93, of Santa Barbara passed away on August 13, 2015. Private Services. Read More.
1938 - 2015
On 8/6/15, after a brief but intensive battle with metastatic melanoma, Alan passed away with many friends and family members ... Read More.
1941 - 2015
William (Bill) Sheatsley was born on November 27, 1941 in Columbus, Ohio. His parents were Erica Rachel and Milton Daniel ... Read More.
1920 - 2015
Doris Mae (Moses) Quinn, the proclaimed “Mayor of Medio,” died in her sleep on August 12, 2015. She was born ... Read More.
1930 - 2015
David K. Winter went to be with the Lord he so dearly loved on August 15 at the age of ... Read More.
Kelly J. Saunders, 99, of Santa Barbara passed away on August 18, 2015. Private Services. Read More.
Eugene Joseph Ceriale, 87, of Santa Barbara passed away on August 12, 2015. Graveside service at Goleta District Cemetery Tuesday, ... Read More.
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The former county supervisor brought political power to the North County when he won and lost the same election in 1992. Read
Erno Daniel, MD, practiced at Sansum Clinic since 1978 and was an early pioneer in dementia and Alzheimer's disease, lecturing across the country and writing extensively on the topics. Read
The Santa Barbara Police Department family remembers Merlyn Kelly as a kind and gutsy public servant. Read
In her 7 years and 9 months, Gwendolyn Strong touched the hearts of many and gave birth to a foundation to fight spinal muscular atrophy. Read
Children, bicycles, horses, history, and trails — all became the focus of Vie Obern's forward-looking civic efforts. Read
Debby Davison anchored newscasts for KEYT for almost two decades and was a frequent host for charitable events after arriving in Santa Barbara in 1990. Read
Dr. George Wittenstein was one of the only survivors of Nazi Germany's White Rose resistance group. Read
The patriarch to a large family of children, friends, and customers, Tony Guevara also turned his hand often to repairs. Read
Audie Love was a noted art teacher nationally, and his encouragement of many students led to professional art careers.
Cliff Sponsel's life spanned from a one-room schoolhouse to an engineering career to a love of cars to some major philanthropy. Read
At Community Housing, California Rural Legal Assistance, and S.B.'s Legal Defense Center, Clare Conk worked and volunteered her time for social justice.
A student at Hope School and a longtime principal at Monte Vista, John Ehrenborg encouraged teachers' talents and innovations. Read
An innovative teacher, John Harris had an uncanny knack with trigger points and big, soft, warm, intelligent, responsive hands and feet. Read
Alberto Pizano was a multitalented man who founded nonprofits and had a passion for history. He truly excelled in his ability to communicate through the written word. Read
As a veterinarian, Ron had an intelligence, charisma, and passion that were unparalleled. Many of his first clients remain to this day.
Tony Johansen was a mentor to dozens, if not hundreds, of musicians in the Santa Barbara area. Read
Pearl Chase encouraged Jeremy Hass to become a social engineer on behalf of historic preservation, and he helped restore the Presidio neighborhood as we know it today. Read
Loving kindness was Sandy Smith's religion, and she put her philosophy into practice every day. Read
Few people knew Louise was looking over the shoulder of everything that is "Santa Barbara," right up to the end. Read
Known the world over for his expertise, Larry Agenbroad researched the pygmy mammoth at the Channel Islands, hundreds of mammoths in South Dakota, and a frozen one in Siberia. Read