Robert "Bob" F. Zirretta, 63, passed away on March 19th, 2015 in Santa Barbara. Services are pending. Read More.
1942 - 2015
Adventurer, traveler and smarter than the president, John Steven Harris aka “Harry” passed with his irreverent sense of humor, incredibly ... Read More.
1931 - 2015
Dedicated Community Advocate and Volunteer Santa Barbara lost a tireless advocate for education and the cultural arts in the passing ... Read More.
Ronald (Ron) Eldridge died peacefully with family at his side, March 2, 2015 at the home he built and filled ... Read More.
1921 - 2015
Flo Hamilton called many places home over the course of her long life, but the Santa Ynez Valley was surely ... Read More.
1920 - 2015
Glenn Franklin VanBlaricum of Goleta, California, died of pneumonia at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital on March 13, 2015. He was ... Read More.
1928 - 2015
Elizabeth “Beth” Pattrick Mackenzie, a native of Kansas City, Missouri, has died at age 86 in Pasadena, California. A Southern ... Read More.
1923 - 2015
Brenda A. Watts, 91, passed away on March 17th, 2015 in Santa Barbara. No services are planned. Read More.
1982 - 2015
Jesse Papworth passed away on March 9th at his home in Santa Barbara after a 14 month battle with Pancreatic ... Read More.
1972 - 2015
Jonathan left us unexpectedly on Friday, March 6 at the age of 42 in Santa Barbara. He will be immensely ... Read More.
On March 1st, 2015 Ron Faoro was taken from us unexpectedly while paragliding in the skies above the foothills of ... Read More.
Lavonne “Bonnie” Friedman, 92, passed away on March 13th, 2015. Burial will be in Manilus, IL. Read More.
1947 - 2015
Jeff Bass was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1947 and moved to LA at the same time as the Dodgers ... Read More.
Glenn Franklin Van Blaricum, 94, passed away on March 13th, 2015. Services will be held in Illinois. Read More.
1920 - 2015
Sheila Carter Ehrman of Santa Barbara passed away on February 18, 2015. Sheila will always be remembered for her generosity ... Read More.
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Pearl Chase encouraged Jeremy Hass to become a social engineer on behalf of historic preservation, and he helped restore the Presidio neighborhood as we know it today. Read
Loving kindness was Sandy Smith's religion, and she put her philosophy into practice every day. Read
Few people knew Louise was looking over the shoulder of everything that is "Santa Barbara," right up to the end. Read
Known the world over for his expertise, Larry Agenbroad researched the pygmy mammoth at the Channel Islands, hundreds of mammoths in South Dakota, and a frozen one in Siberia. Read
Her establishment of Open Alternative School opened the door to shared decision-making, hands-on learning, and the wisdom of circle time.
When Mamanita began working at the Rose Café in 1945, she worked 16-hour days, seven days a week, for eight years, making 75 cents an hour. Read
Bill DeMayo was grateful for all life offered, from the GI Bill to the people he met. Read
Léni Fé Bland was a great friend to the music and dance communities. Read
Our mother's love of sewing continued her entire life, and the layers of our Fiesta flower girl skirts are among our most prized possessions. Read
A Vietnam vet and UCSB graduate, García worked for equality for Hispanic peoples. Read
Master guitarist David Collert was known as “Swingin’ Dave” thanks to his guitar prowess and larger-than-life persona. Read
So many solutions to bicycle and pedestrian safety in Santa Barbara can be laid at Ralph Fertig's feet. Read
Remembering a neighbor who didn't live in a house. Read
I am the only lawyer who tried six felonies to a jury verdict against TWS, and then I worked for him for 24 years after I quit defense work. Read
Though Darcy has passed on, her signs can be found, literally, around town: interpretive signs about plants and animals and “no dumping, drains to ocean” signs on storm drains. Read
Santa Barbara County's District Attorney from 1983-2006, Tom loved his family first, then his job, friends, softball, golf, and Notre Dame. Read
An activist to save I.V.'s Perfect Park, he also tried to prevent the extermination of the black rats of Anacapa Island. Read
Many remember Jo for serving those less fortunate and for leading community causes.
Smart, steady, and kind, John Sirois was a fine photographer, respected real estate agent, and a regular at the Summerland Post Office. Read
Remembering Al Alvarez, a records specialist at SBPD and friend. Read