1926 - 2015
NAME: Robert A. Watkins DATE OF BIRTH: 8/3/1926 DATE OF DEATH: 10/5/2015 AGE: 89 RESIDENCE: Goleta SERVICE INFORMATION: Services Pending. Read More.
1932 - 2015
Died Sept. 29, 2015, age 83, at Casa Dorinda, Santa Barbara, California, and was interred at Santa Barbara Cemetery. Fritzie ... Read More.
1934 - 2015
Paul Jacobs, 81, born April 29, 1934 in The Bronx, died in Santa Barbara on October 8, 2015. Read More.
Michael was born in Santa Monica, CA. He graduated from The Catalina Island Boys School; moved to Santa Barbara in ... Read More.
Ann Lee settled in Santa Barbara in 1958 with her husband Donald Lee, the year they became husband and wife. ... Read More.
NAME: Reno Mendoza DATE OF BIRTH: 6/13/1927 DATE OF DEATH: 10/5/2015 AGE: 88 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara SERVICE INFORMATION: Services Pending Read More.
NAME: George Joseph Pickavet DATE OF BIRTH: June 19, 1918 DATE OF DEATH: October 4, 2015 AGE: 97 RESIDENCE: Santa ... Read More.
1959 - 2015
Shane Michael Conran of Santa Barbara, CA passed away on September 20, 2015, after courageously battling brain cancer. Shane’s optimism ... Read More.
1946 - 2015
Jim Eby passed away Monday evening, September 28, 2015, after earning his wings and going to a better place under ... Read More.
1937 - 2015
Jim was born in Chicago IL to George Ernst and May Hochel Fuller, joining brother Ronald. He attended St. Philomena's ... Read More.
Alberta Pearcy, 1919 – 2015 Visitation will be at Welch-Ryce-Haider in Santa Barbara Wednesday afternoon, October 7th from 4PM to ... Read More.
1981 - 2014
Born: August 13, 1981 at 12:49 Home Going: October 8, 2014 at 20:45 We will always love you and we ... Read More.
1927 - 2015
Mary Ellen, 88, passed away Sept 28th quietly and free of pain in her sleep, after fighting many years of ... Read More.
1953 - 2015
Jose Morales Gutierrez "Chepo" was born on October 16, 1953 in La Villita a ranch near the city of Cuquio, ... Read More.
1921 - 2015
NAME: Valentina Valencia DATE OF BIRTH: 2/14/1921 DATE OF DEATH: 9/28/2015 AGE: 94 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara SERVICE INFORMATION: Services at ... Read More.
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