1920 - 2015
Norman B. Stevens passed quietly on January 24, 2015. He was born March 6, 1920, on a farm in Collins, ... Read More.
Angelina Gonzales, 87, passed away on January 23rd, 2015. Mass; Saturday, 10am at Our Lady of Sorrows Church. Interment to ... Read More.
1928 - 2015
Norma J Bravo, 86, passed away in West Hills on January 21st, 2015. A rosary will take place on Tuesday ... Read More.
1960 - 2015
Blessed with a vibrant and selfless way of looking at the world, Maria saw beauty in the smallest of things- ... Read More.
1924 - 2015
Lois Oates, a resident of Santa Barbara for 53 years, died peacefully on Jan. 16 at Cottage Hospital. She was ... Read More.
Lois W. Oates, 90, passed away on January 16th, 2015. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, Jan 25, ... Read More.
1926 - 2015
On January 4, 2015, Marian “Nicki” Hartfeld passed away peacefully at her home in Santa Barbara. She was 88 years ... Read More.
Nellie G. Allen passed away on January 15th, 2015 in Goleta. No services planned. Read More.
1919 - 2015
Maxwell Sanders, a Santa Barbara resident for virtually all of his life, died at age 95 on January 17, 2015 ... Read More.
1928 - 2015
Laureldean (Wright) Waugh died of natural causes on January 18, 2015 after a full life. Lollie, as she was known, ... Read More.
1926 - 2014, Goleta
Bradley N. Currey was born September 17, 1926 in Brewster, FL and died at 88 peacefully at home December 11, ... Read More.
1947 - 2015
Gary Steven Grubacich, a well-known local attorney and resident of Santa Barbara for over 35 years, died of natural causes ... Read More.
1932 - 2015
Margaret Catherine (O’Toole) Bohling, a long-time resident of Goleta, CA, passed away on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at the age ... Read More.
1935 - 2014
Come celebrate the life of Richard "Dick" Cousineau - co-founder, Humanist Society of Santa Barbara - on Saturday, January 31, ... Read More.
Glowicki, Madeline: 90 of Santa Barbara died January 6. Funeral mass at St Raphael's Catholic Church Saturday January 31 at ... Read More.
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Remembering a neighbor who didn't live in a house. Read
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Santa Barbara County's District Attorney from 1983-2006, Tom loved his family first, then his job, friends, softball, golf, and Notre Dame. Read
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Many remember Jo for serving those less fortunate and for leading community causes.
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Remembering Al Alvarez, a records specialist at SBPD and friend. Read
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Psychiatrist, Musician, Life Partner
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A musician, composer, and master craftsman, his greatest distinction was as the creator of many, many community music series at Trinity Episcopal Church. Read