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Kellam de Forest’s career took him to Hollywood as a researcher whose company became the industry standard, and he retired to his native Santa Barbara where he became an incisive presence at many a planning meeting.
John Buttny cut his political teeth on Vietnam protests in Boulder, Colorado, and after he settled down in Isla Vista, he rarely said “no” when asked to work on issues ranging from environmental protection to homelessness, from the Gaviota Coast to the bucolic Santa Ynez Valley.
Family and friends describe Dan Eliason as a “gentleman’s gentleman.” At the nearby assisted living facility where he lived for two years, his pleasant demeanor, ready smile, and jokes made him one of the staff’s favorite residents.
Alejandro R. Romano, 1969-2020; Mark Lawler, 1955-2020; Teresita Bolisay, 1956 -2020; and Ingrid Cypert, 1968-2020
Any time a coworker passes away, the sense of loss can be significant. But when you lose four leaders of your team over a short period, the grief can be overwhelming.