1947 - 2018
Glenn Arthur West passed on Tuesday August 14, 2018. He was born in Santa Barbara on March 19, 1947. He ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 08/17/2018 AGE: 90 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Private Services. Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 08/14/2018 Age: 87 Occupation: Defense Weapons Assembler Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura ... Read More.
1943 - 2018
Monty Jantzen 75 (AKA Ken Miller), of Santa Barbara, California, died August 6, 2018 at Serenity House in Santa Barbara. ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 08/17/2018 Age: 53 Occupation: - Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta Read More.
1932 - 2018
Betty Jo Stephens, age 86, beloved mother, grandmother, philanthropist, and humanitarian passed away peacefully in her sleep on August 18th, ... Read More.
County Residence: Goleta Date of Death: 08/09/2018 Age: 69 Occupation: Painter Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 08/14/2018 Age: 60 Occupation: Luthier, Sole Proprietor-Guitar Shop Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations ... Read More.
1926 - 2018
A CELEBRATION OF LIFE in loving memory of C. RENO CHACKEL June 3, 1926-June 5, 2018 La Cumbre Country Club ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: April 7, 1975 DATE OF DEATH: August 11, 2018 AGE: 43 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara DATE, TIME & ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 08/10/2018 Age: 91 Occupation: Licensed Vocational Nurse Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura ... Read More.
1950 - 2018
Steve Holmstrom of “Cowboystar Guitars” reunited with his beloved wife, Gail, on July 17, 2018. Steve was an important member ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 08/05/2018 Age: 86 Occupation: Owner/Operator Motorcycle Shop Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura ... Read More.
County Residence: Santa Barbara Date of Death: 08/07/2018 Age: 65 Occupation: Driver Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta Read More.
Dorothy Campbell passed away peacefully July 20th at her home in Carpinteria. Born in 1922 to Victor and Ella Conquest ... Read More.
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