Janice Monet Cosentino, 73, of Santa Barbara, CA passed away peacefully at home October 15, 2018. She was born in ... Read More.
1950 - 2018
Juan Torres- age 68 passed away on October 14th 2018 at home with some loved ones by his side. Juan ... Read More.
1946 - 2018
Kate Doordan Klavan, journalist, author, artist, care giver, passed away at home in Santa Barbara on October 13, 2018, of ... Read More.
1965 - 2018
Matthew Augustine Hoyne was born on June 19, 1965, to Eugenia Gladstone and John Reardon Hoyne. His parents were reared ... Read More.
2018 - 1928
Bob had an amazing and well lived ninety years of exploration and adventure. He truly participated in all aspects of ... Read More.
1955 - 2018
John Tustin lived and went to school here in Santa Barbara. He graduated Santa Barbara High 1973. John lived in ... Read More.
1923 - 2018
Robert passed on to heaven peacefully Sunday morning, October 14, 2018, at the age of 94. In his last days ... Read More.
Our beloved sister, Ann Love, 75, passed away peacefully Tuesday morning, October 9, 2018 from complications related to Diabetes. She ... Read More.
1937 - 2018
Sue Forster Vincent, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend, passed away peacefully on October 15, 2018 at her home in ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: March 28, 1932 DATE OF DEATH: October 14, 2018 AGE: 86 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA DATE, TIME ... Read More.
1942 - 2018
Barry Langberg, one of the nation’s most renowned and preeminent trial lawyers, has died. He was 75 years old. He ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 10/07/2018 AGE: 98 RESIDENCE: Carpinteria. SERVICE INFORMATION: Private Services Read More.
Jane Carey (Fristoe) Brun passed away on July 31, 2018 in Santa Barbara, California. She was born in Austin, Texas ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: July 22, 1924 DATE OF DEATH: October 9, 2018 AGE: 94 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA DATE, TIME ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: December 14, 1939 DATE OF DEATH: October 13, 2018 AGE: 78 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA DATE, TIME ... Read More.
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A stranger in paradise. Read
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