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Elaine Arnett: 1940 – 2019

During 33 years as a social worker for Santa Barbara County, Elaine Arnett defended the rights of abandoned and abused children. Simultaneously, Elaine sought relief and found joy in the make-believe world of theater arts.

Santiago Perez Jr.: 1983-2018

Santiago Perez was not only the best of brothers, he was an amazing son, uncle, father, and husband, who built friendships with everyone he crossed paths with.

Pope Freeman 1935-2019

Theater director Pope Freeman got the most out of people with a gentle nudge or an insightful suggestion. He was an artist and a craftsman, a therapist and a train conductor.

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.


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