1921 - 2017
Banou Zolfaghari was born September 24, 1921 in Tehran, Iran. Surrounded by her devoted children and niece Bibigol, she passed ... Read More.
1934 - 2017
Shirley Mae Kramer, a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother passed away peacefully at her home on Wednesday, February ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: November 23, 1927 DATE OF DEATH: February 14, 2017 AGE: 89 RESIDENCE: Carpinteria, CA DATE, TIME AND ... Read More.
1947 - 2017
Robin was born in Moscow, Idaho. When Robin was 4-years-old his father was killed in a logging accident. His mother, ... Read More.
1917 - 2017
Elizabeth Caldwell Hastings MD (Betsy), an early female in medicine, passed away the 18th of February, 2017 at age 100 ... Read More.
1944 - 2017
The youngest of three children, Steve was born on April 12, 1944 in the Bronx, New York, to Fred and ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: May 14, 1928 DATE OF DEATH: February 19, 2017 AGE: 88 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA DATE, TIME ... Read More.
1925 - 2016
Meiying Yue survived the tumult of civil war in China and drew on her wellspring of courage when she and ... Read More.
1983 - 2017
Kevin Wesley Speier was born in Santa Barbara on April 26, 1983 and departed this life on February 15, 2017. ... Read More.
1942 - 2017
Dondra, a devoted mom, grandma, great-grandma, sister & friend, died peacefully at home on February 12th after a long, hard ... Read More.
Andrée Marie Harmer died peacefully at home, surrounded by her loving family on Tuesday, February 21. She was born in ... Read More.
1929 - 2017
Her many grandchildren (she had 16!) called her “Omah”. To friends and family near and far she was “Leinie”, short ... Read More.
Date of Death: February 9, 2017 Age: 62 Residence: Santa Barbara, CA Services: Funeral service will be Saturday, February 25, ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 05-28-1990 DATE OF DEATH: 02-12-2017 AGE: 26 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA SERVICE INFORMATION:Visistation; Thursday,9am - 4pm at ... Read More.
1947 - 2017
Robin S. Gauss left us unexpectedly 2/17/2017. He was a diver, pilot, surfer, friend, and mentor to many. The entire ... Read More.
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Phil Womble, an inspirational sports fan known as ‘Gaucho Phil,’ was a crusader for people with disabilities. Read
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Corey Dubin was passionate about social justice and had a true ability to hold political and emotional space for those who had no advocate in this life.
Born with a physical disability, Michael Jochim lived a life full of sports, archaeology, beach visits, humor, and freedom. Read
Mike Moses was a longtime ladder truck captain for Santa Barbara City Fire and lifeguard for Los Angeles County. Read
A strong backer of liberal causes, politicians, and publications, Stanley Sheinbaum blew the whistle on the CIA's covert torture program in Vietnam and later came to Santa Barbara to join the Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
With a love of the natural world that he shared with all, renowned botanist Bob Haller preferred to see his Trees of Santa Barbara on the front seat of cars with smudge prints, dog-eared pages, and leaves stuck in it. Read
Danielle Chackel, the liaison for free legal clinics at Bankruptcy Court, was a wonderful listener who cared deeply for all living things. Read
An ob-gyn and a city councilmember for many years in the community, Dr. Dan Secord left behind a multitude of friends, many of who sang him a last farewell. Read
Tom Hayden was famous as a politician and 1960s radical, but the former altar boy was also an electrifying speaker. Read
An attorney and philosopher, Ed Laing worked for social justice during the dark days of the McCarthy era and up until he died.
Andrew Darke's coaching for Little League teams was only a part of his life, but his friendship and demeanor on the field profoundly affected the players and the parents. Read
Joan Magruder died reluctantly after a lifetime as a blonde hurricane, championing others while overcoming personal fears, and lovingly spoiling her grandchildren.
In the end, it was Ripkyn's goodness that made you swoon. Read
The writer of several novels and a fierce defender of the works of his father, John, Thomas Steinbeck left with the Perseid meteor shower this year. Read
Feisty and dogged, Sue Higman had learned at Pearl Chase's knee that the good fight was a tireless one, skills she used to save the Wilcox property.
After working with his mother at her Haley Street restaurant, Manuel Barajas opened his own Rose Café on the Mesa in 1980.
“When a Jew cries, 20 centuries cry with him or her," he told the author. Read
Dennis Spangler made hand-colored fabrics for an exclusive clientele, designed jewelry, and converted found objects into marvelous art pieces.