1963 - 2018
Mark Mazzetti, a talented and loving human being, died last week at the too early age of 54 at the ... Read More.
1993 - 2018
Samantha “Sam” Paulson, age 20, of Carrington, ND passed on February 12, 2018, at her home. Samantha Kay Paulson was ... Read More.
1940 - 2018
In Memory Launa Soske Kitros, a 45-year-resident of Santa Barbara, Calif. passed away peacefully in Orem, Utah on Jan. 15, ... Read More.
On Feb. 17, 2017 Robin S. Gauss passed away. Not long after, an obituary was published in this paper in ... Read More.
A life lived so beautifully deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us for a CELEBRATION OF LIFE for Dr. ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 02/11/2018 AGE: 90 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Graveside Service at Goleta Cemetery on Thursday at 1:00 ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 02/14/2018 AGE: 93 RESIDENCE: Formerly of Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Visitation at Welch-Ryce-Haider, 15 E. Sola St. ... Read More.
1955 - 2018
Kimberly Flory was born October 19, 1955 in Escondido Ca. She came to Santa Barbara in 1973 from her home ... Read More.
Stanley Russell Riffle Jr., 73, of Point Roberts, Washington, passed away peacefully on February 2nd, 2018. Stan – also know ... Read More.
1926 - 2018
Dorothy (Sievert Burke) Winn died on Feb 01, 2018, after a brief illness, surrounded by her family. Though her given ... Read More.
Greatly loved by his family and friends, Victor R. Schumacher, 76, passed away peacefully at Serenity House on February 3, ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/08/2018 Age: 83 Occupation: School Janitor Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/0/2018 Age: 76 Occupation: Architect Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/04/2018 Age: 83 Occupation: Vice President Risk Management at Ralph's Grocery Co. Arrangements ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/01/2018 Age: 54 Occupation: Textile Assembler Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & ... Read More.
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