DATE OF BIRTH: November 14, 1970 DATE OF DEATH: April 8, 2017 AGE: 46 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA DATE, TIME ... Read More.
1921 - 2017
Charles “Chuck” Collier passed away in peace on April 17, 2017, at Cottage Hospital at the age of 95. He ... Read More.
1953 - 2017
FRANCIS (“Franco”) BERNARD KARZAG, a beloved son, brother, father, grandpa, uncle, and husband, as well as a dear friend of ... Read More.
1955 - 2017
Surfer. Actor. Cyclist. Writer. Teacher. Ironman. Bartender. Realtor. Warrior. Santa Barbara recently lost a mountain of a man who amassed ... Read More.
1954 - 2017
Mary Jo Little passed away at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara on Friday, April 14, 2017 surrounded by family and ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 4/11/2017 AGE: 83 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Rosary on Tuesday at 6:00pm at Welch-Ryce-Haider Goleta Chapel, ... Read More.
1970 - 2017
Long time Santa Barbara resident, David Bariş Miller, 46, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Monday March 20th, 2017. ... Read More.
1922 - 2017
Jacqueline Hyde, 95, passed away peacefully March 29, 2017 in Santa Barbara. She was born on Feb. 1, 1922. At ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 4/17/2017 AGE: 87 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Rosary at Welch-Ryce-Haider, 15 E. Sola, at 7:00 pm.on ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 4/16/2017 AGE: 89 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Private Services. Read More.
County Residence: Goleta Date of Death: 04/07/2017 Age: 69 Occupation: Roofer Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta Read More.
1936 - 2017
John Cooper of Santa Barbara, CA passed away March 28, 2017. Born May 28, 1936 in St. Louis Missouri to ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 02-24-1928 DATE OF DEATH: 04-06-2017 AGE: 89 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara, CA SERVICE INFORMATION: Services pending. Read More.
1945 - 2017
Her irresistible positive attitude never left. Yes, you know who she was. The woman who drove around Santa Barbara in ... Read More.
1929 - 2017
Michael Towbes, age 87, Chairman of the Board of The Towbes Group, Inc. and Montecito Bank & Trust, beloved philanthropist, ... Read More.
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