Robin S. Gauss


On Feb. 17, 2017 Robin S. Gauss passed away. Not long after, an obituary was published in this paper in ...

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Alice Hall

DATE OF DEATH: 02/11/2018 AGE: 90 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Graveside Service at Goleta Cemetery on Thursday at 1:00 ...

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Mark and Caroline Montgomery

A life lived so beautifully deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join us for a CELEBRATION OF LIFE for Dr. ...

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Kimberly Helen Flory

1955 - 2018

Kimberly Flory was born October 19, 1955 in Escondido Ca. She came to Santa Barbara in 1973 from her home ...

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Margaret H. Mercado

DATE OF DEATH: 02/14/2018 AGE: 93 RESIDENCE: Formerly of Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Visitation at Welch-Ryce-Haider, 15 E. Sola St. ...

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Victor R. Schumacher


Greatly loved by his family and friends, Victor R. Schumacher, 76, passed away peacefully at Serenity House on February 3, ...

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Dorothy (Sievert Burke) Winn

1926 - 2018

Dorothy (Sievert Burke) Winn died on Feb 01, 2018, after a brief illness, surrounded by her family. Though her given ...

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Stanley Russell Riffle Jr.


Stanley Russell Riffle Jr., 73, of Point Roberts, Washington, passed away peacefully on February 2nd, 2018. Stan – also know ...

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Victor Schumacher

County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/0/2018 Age: 76 Occupation: Architect Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta

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Jeffery Smith

County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/01/2018 Age: 54 Occupation: Textile Assembler Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & ...

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Dawn Lyman

County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 01/30/2018 Age: 49 Occupation: Pastor Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta

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Manuel Rubio

County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/08/2018 Age: 83 Occupation: School Janitor Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & ...

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Sylvia Cleary

County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 02/04/2018 Age: 83 Occupation: Vice President Risk Management at Ralph's Grocery Co. Arrangements ...

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Roger Clark Bradley

1946 - 2017

Roger Clark Bradley, of Santa Barbara, CA, passed away peacefully on December 14, 2017. He succumbed to brain cancer, at ...

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Behjat Ziaee-Yahyavi


“Those who live with love, live forever.” –Rumi Behjat Ziaee-Yahyavi passed away on February 8th, 2018, at home and in ...

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Children, students, young adults, middle-aged executives, landscapers, well-to-do retirees, immigrants from near and far Read

Betty Klausner was instrumental in bringing a contemporary arts presence to old-world Santa Barbara. Read

Freddy Caston’s career began as a home builder, but he was always a painter. After a one-man show, he began working in Spain, Morocco, and finally landed in Santa Barbara in the mid-’70s. Read

From supporting civil rights to opposing the nuclear program at Vandenberg, Bud Boothe, a WWII veteran, had a passion for peace. Read

The president of Sunset Realty for more than 60 years, Silvio DiLoreto got his start in 1955 when he sold four homes in 30 days and made $800. Eureka! Read

Since the age of 11, Jim Mills enjoyed outdoor adventures in Santa Barbara’s backcountry, later helping to establish the San Rafael Wilderness, the Dick Smith Wilderness, and Channel Islands National Park. Read

Thanks to Harry Brown, a half million people living in third-world countries had their sight restored. Read

Robert Casier began teaching in 1955 at the college that became Santa Barbara City College, earning a reputation as a memorable teacher. Read

Keith Puccinelli was one of the most singular and significant artists in Southern California, often using humor, corny or biting, in unflinching depictions of life. Read

People from all walks of life have been coming forward with stories of Dwayne DeVries’s generosity, charismatic goodwill, and friendship. Read

Whitney Lindelof was a force of uncontainable light and fire who refused to be limited by a difficult, big heart within a very fragile body. Read

A competitive sailor, crew coach, and family man, Mike Treman’s time working at Camp Pendleton's Brig ignited a passion to help the incarcerated that led to a career as a federal criminal defense attorney for people who could not afford one. Read

Chances are that if you went to hear classical music in the last 50 years in Santa Barbara, you would have either run into John A. Sonquist or heard him play. Read

At Joseppi’s in the ’80s, community was created in the best of ways, brought together by Joe Scozzaro’s love of music, people, and the accordion. Read

A selfless, quietly effective community leader, Jeanne Graffy served both city and county, fighting to protect neighborhoods and keep creeks clean. Read

Gary Chafe was an artist for more than 60 years, and he also founded the Yes Store, was an activist against Big Oil, and helped many along their artistic path. Read

In real estate for 44 years, Chris Casebeer’s clients became his friends, and his friends became his clients. Read

During his search for authentic Christianity, Doug Miller challenged seminary students to think broadly, supported the interfaith community, and built housing for the homeless. Read

Enamored of the natural beauty and rural, agricultural character of the Santa Ynez Valley, Jody White devoted many years to protecting it. Read

Philip Ivan Koplin died suddenly of a viral heart infection on July 6, 2017. Read

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