1925 - 2015
One of the “GREATEST GENERATIONS” Ugo D. Arnoldi passed away from pneumonia and dementia Tuesday November 24, 2015 at Mission ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 7/1/1924 DATE OF DEATH: 11/23/2015 AGE: 91 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara SERVICE INFORMATION: Services Pending Read More.
1929 - 2015
Martha Tavis Boise died from natural causes on November 18, 2015 at age 86 at the family home on Hollister ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/6/1924 DATE OF DEATH: 11/23/2015 AGE: 90 RESIDENCE: Carpinteria SERVICE INFORMATION: Services Pending Read More.
1950 - 2015
Catherine Carol Owen Ransdell, 65, passed away Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015, in Goleta, Calif. Cathy was born Feb. 3, 1950, ... Read More.
1926 - 2015
John Woltcheck was born on October 26, 1926 to Dimitri Philip and Lena Juliana Woltcheck, who immigrated to the United ... Read More.
1946 - 2015
Bryan Nellis passed away on October 13, 2015, while under the wonderful care of the staff at Mission Terrace. He ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 4/7/1929 DATE OF DEATH: 11/18/2015 AGE: 86 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara SERVICE INFORMATION: A Funeral Mass will be ... Read More.
1921 - 2015
Carlos, 94, a resident of Santa Barbara passed away peacefully at his home in Goleta, California. Carlos was born and ... Read More.
1975 - 2015
A native of Santa Barbara, Mike had a true zest for life. Born with a physical disability, he faced many ... Read More.
1935 - 2015
Henry Eugene Santillanes, 79, peacefully passed away on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at Serenity House in Santa Barbara with Irene, ... Read More.
NAME: Kenji Ota DATE OF BIRTH: 5/14/1923 DATE OF DEATH: 11/10/2015 AGE: 92 RESIDENCE: Goleta SERVICE INFORMATION: Services Pending. Read More.
Efrem Herbert Ostrow Age 91 Resided in Santa Barbara, CA DOD: 11/6/2015 Graveside service 11/12/15 @ Santa Barbara Cemetery 11:00 ... Read More.
1920 - 2015
Dorothy Francis-Mieth White was born on February 12, 1920 in Cupertino, CA and passed away on October 30, 2015 in ... Read More.
1921 - 2015
Katharine was born in Santa Barbara on January 20, 1921 to Charles and Josephine Breck. She was raised and schooled ... Read More.
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Everyone who met Stewart Mills came away with a new friend; such was his remarkably positive, easy empathy, and sense of fun. Read
From the United Farm Workers boycott to saving Ellwood's butterfly grove, talented singer Lola Nava Guerra embraced the activist life. Read
From international meetings to foreign bars, Dana Schorr could use his polylingual charm to get people talking despite cultural and linguistic barriers.
She made many people’s dreams come true by helping them believe in themselves; her positive attitude was contagious. Read
A grateful remembrance of Canon Perdido’s beloved health food joint and community club house. Read
Rosa Margaret Pace helped modernize the Chumash reservation and founded its first medical clinic. Read
Remembered fondly by all who worked with him, Bob Whitney helped preserve significant areas in Santa Barbara and Northern California. Read
Curator of Photography at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art Read
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