1942 - 2015
Liz joined her Lord and Savior peacefully In St. George, Utah as she left this world doing what she loved, ... Read More.
1924 - 2015
Malcolm Gene Morehouse of Santa Barbara, California died on April, 30, 2015. He was 91 years old. He was born ... Read More.
1976 - 2012
In Memory I love you so much. I was so broken hearted when you left this world. My life changed ... Read More.
Viewing and Service on May 20th McDermott–Crocket, 2020 Chapala St. Viewing at 10 am – 12 pm • Service at ... Read More.
1986 - 2008
Happy Birthday We raise our glasses to you with love and laughter. Today, your day, the sun will shine more ... Read More.
1922 - 2015
“Geene” is a unique name. That's because Geene Hunter came up with it herself - Loberta “Geene” Taylor. She couldn’t ... Read More.
1947 - 2015
Bob Steele was exceptional. Born in Berkeley, California to Margaret and Elbert Steele, he lost his father to cancer when ... Read More.
1944 - 2015
Born on May 20, 1944 in Los Angeles, CA; Mary was the first child & only daughter of Leonard & ... Read More.
1933 - 2015
May 26, 1933 in Buffalo, N.Y. born to Elliott and Janie Gladden was Mary Louise Gladden. She left us on ... Read More.
1940 - 2015
Barbara Ann Ostrowsky, 75, died peacefully in her sleep at home on April 20, 2015, after a valiant 7-year battle ... Read More.
1952 - 2015
Kathryn Faye Blaine, 63, of Santa Barbara, CA, passed away May 14, 2015, at Serenity House Hospice. Kathryn was born ... Read More.
Charles Ashok Lindberg died in the city of Los Angeles on May 6, 2015, at the morning following his 33rd ... Read More.
1958 - 2015
Helen Eva Seagar Breck passed away peacefully on Sunday May 3rd, 2015 in Santa Barbara, California. Helen was born to ... Read More.
Marlowe was raised in his beloved Seattle, an only child, by his mother Libby Shapro Goldsby and father Thornton Goldsby, ... Read More.
Frank was born in Santa Barbara after his father left New York in 1928 headed for California. From a very ... Read More.
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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
Her establishment of Open Alternative School opened the door to shared decision-making, hands-on learning, and the wisdom of circle time.
When Mamanita began working at the Rose Café in 1945, she worked 16-hour days, seven days a week, for eight years, making 75 cents an hour. Read
Bill DeMayo was grateful for all life offered, from the GI Bill to the people he met. Read
Léni Fé Bland was a great friend to the music and dance communities. Read
Our mother's love of sewing continued her entire life, and the layers of our Fiesta flower girl skirts are among our most prized possessions. Read
A Vietnam vet and UCSB graduate, García worked for equality for Hispanic peoples. Read
Master guitarist David Collert was known as “Swingin’ Dave” thanks to his guitar prowess and larger-than-life persona. Read
So many solutions to bicycle and pedestrian safety in Santa Barbara can be laid at Ralph Fertig's feet. Read
Remembering a neighbor who didn't live in a house. Read
I am the only lawyer who tried six felonies to a jury verdict against TWS, and then I worked for him for 24 years after I quit defense work. Read