1933 - 2016
Born January 12, 1933 in Philadelphia, PA. Aaron Louis Lieberman died peacefully at home in Santa Barbara surrounded by his ... Read More.
1932 - 2016
Ann Montgomery Brower, writer and artist, died at age 83 in her home in Goleta, Calif., on June 4, 2016. ... Read More.
Ronald Ousey was born in Rochdale England on March 6, 1928. His parents were William and Florence (Farden) Ousey. He ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 3/23/1950 DATE OF DEATH: 6/15/2016 AGE: 66 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Memorial Service Pending. Read More.
1941 - 2016
Dearly loved friend, father, and fine artist extraordinaire, James Siebert, swiftly and peacefully passed away in Santa Barbara on the ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 3/23/1991 DATE OF DEATH: 6/14/2016 AGE: 25 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Private Services. Read More.
1948 - 2016
Born in Stevenage, England in October of 1948 to American WWII veteran, Bob Sulzbach, and English woman, Thelma Newbery, Jennifer ... Read More.
1927 - 2016
Bill Underwood, 89, died peacefully in his sleep at home in Long Beach, CA on May 5, 2016. He will ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: 12/20/1946 DATE OF DEATH: 6/10/2016 AGE: 69 RESIDENCE: Oxnard. SERVICE INFORMATION: Visitation at Welch- Ryce-Haider, 15 E. ... Read More.
1928 - 2016
Maria Anna Herzog “Ann,” age 88, resident of Oxnard for over 40 years, passed away on Friday, June 10, 2016 ... Read More.
1933 - 2016
On Sunday June 5, 2016, Sue Leota Harris passed away at her home in Santa Barbara CA, family by her ... Read More.
1942 - 2016
STARR, Katherine Jones was a spirited, generous, and courageous woman of uncommon fortitude. She succumbed peacefully at home to her ... Read More.
1952 - 2016
Gilles Dupuis passed away unexpectedly of natural causes at his home in southern Oregon on May 20, 2016. He was ... Read More.
1937 - 2016
Manuel Mata Barajas, a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, and friend, passed away on May 11, 2016. He was ... Read More.
1928 - 2016
George Taborsky was born in Budapest, Hungary on February 12th, 1928, to Dr. Otto Taborsky, a historian, and his wife, ... Read More.
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On the frontlines of Santa Barbara environmentalism and politics for two decades, Bob Klausner lent his intellect and intensity to progressive goals. Read
Muhammad Ali, an ever greater showman, put it all on the line time after time in the ring, in his refusal to fight in Vietnam, and in his embrace of Islam.
Peggy Hurst is remembered as a "home economist" extraordinaire with a passion for hitting the road.
Jon Bailey enjoyed being a guardian. He was good at it, because he loved what he did. Read
Though science and physics were his life, Walter Kohn was a humanist, artist, and philosopher who mentored and inspired students and colleagues alike.
Rusty Fairly was a tough football and baseball coach for UCSB and SBCC, and he later brought his down-to-earth style to the City Council. Read
Thomas Blatt survived the Sobibór death camp and went on to tell the story the Nazis tried to erase.
The gifted actor’s career spanned multiple decades and genres. Read
The grief and disbelief over the horrifying murders of herbalist Henry Han, Jennie Yu, and Emily Han are powerful testimony to the place they held in Santa Barbara. Read
Many remember the Adult Ed classes taught by Hilda Wenner, with a roomful of guitars propelling the music forward. Read
A big, happy kid who loved to play outside, Jean Thomson had a cheerful enthusiasm that won her friends everywhere she went.
Relatives, friends, and customers alike remember John Alvarado's integrity and kindness; he leaves behind a proud heritage. Read
George Solinas worked with the United Farm Workers, La Casa de la Raza, and many others who needed his artistry and building skills. Read
Bill Connell nourished customers with hot dogs and wise-cracking asides at his Carpinteria Bluffs stand — with which he won for all veteran vendors tax-free status. Read
A survivor of Majdanek prison camp, Dr. Marianna Masin pioneered early cancer detection with her husband at Sansum Medical Research Foundation. Read
From humble beginnings, Jim Pattillo became a decorated WWII pilot and judge of the Santa Barbara courts. Read
Gruff, warm, commanding, and relentlessly generous, Ken Ota combined the teaching of martial arts and ballroom dance. Read
Ed Mannon occupied the epicenter of homeless activism in the 1980s, challenging the "no camping" ordinance and getting voting rights for people with no "fixed domicile."
An attorney, rancher, and grand storyteller, J.J. Hollister left a legacy of civic and family pride. Read
Haskell Wexler earned Oscars for producing a short film and two for cinematography, and recognition at Cannes along the way. Read