Jo Duffy started flying with the nonprofit Aeromedicos, then flew baby eaglets to sanctuaries; mapped oil spills, tracked migrating whales, and monitored the health of the shoreline from the air with Lighthawk; and was also a search and rescue pilot for the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
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Urusla Mahlendorf lived the examined life, as a scholar of literature, women’s studies, and psychology, but also learning to sculpt marble in Carrara and learning peace at a preschool.
Despite assurances their restaurant was destined for failure, Virginia Vercammen and her husband, Paul, and two friends opened the Olive Mill Bistro, which became a hot spot in Montecito.
Ozzie Da Ros began working with stone at age 14 for his father and came to represent a legendary standard of level-headed integrity on jobs from Lotusland to the Old Mission to Los Angeles estates and Santa Barbara homes.