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Paul Gustave Doré, 1964-2018

Paul Doré, who usually dressed in some cool band tee, dedicated more than 15 years of his life to the Santa Barbara Bowl and its transformative capital campaign, despite the demons in his personal life.

Elijah Cummings: 1951-2019

The constituents, staff, and colleagues of Congress member Elijah Cummings, and indeed people across the entire country, are mourning his passing and celebrating his legacy.

James Sly: 1952–2019

James Sly, a memorable chef at El Encanto, Lucky’s, and Sly’s in Carpinteria, was also known for computers and cars, as well as his ability to hold friends close.

Joseph Wilson: 1949-2019

Joe Wilson was the last American to negotiate with Saddam Hussein face-to-face, and he was the first to tell America the Iraq War started under false colors.

Robert Henning, 1938-2019

The curator of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art for two decades, Robert Henning is remembered for his expertise, discerning eye, and sincere commitment to establishing an institution of international reputation.

Ed Easton: 1936-2019

Working to preserve the natural world on first the East, then the West Coast, Ed Easton spent nearly his entire life in some form of service to the public interest.

In Memoriam: Joan Fairfield, 1939–2019

Candid and truthful, but always hopeful and optimistic, Joan Fairfield, a victim advocate for the District Attorney’s Office, found the magic combination of words to calm the clearly upset, talk with the mother of a murdered child, or comfort a teenage rape victim.

James Breen, 1947-2019

The snarky, witty bartender who ruled the roost at Harry’s and The Sportsman, Jim Breen also represented a myriad of clients including Ensemble Theatre and Old Spanish Days.


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