DATE OF DEATH: 04/11/2018 AGE: 62 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Viewing April 24th, from 1:00 to 5:00pm, at Welch-Ryce-Haider,15 ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 04/12/2018 AGE: 67 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Viewing April 26th, from 5:00 to 7:00pm, Rosary starting ... Read More.
1962 - 1994
Son, Brother, Uncle, Husband and the original Dream Maker Love transcends all physical boundaries. You are always with us in ... Read More.
1955 - 2018
Michael always said “We’re here for a good time, not a long time” and he lived life by that motto. ... Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 04/09/2018 AGE: 83 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Rosary on 4/24/2018 at 6:00pm at Welch-Ryce-Haider, Downtown Chapel, ... Read More.
1931 - 2018
A behind-the-scenes stage manager, Patricia Dale Duffy worked in opera production, drove Hackney show horses, managed a stable, learned to ... Read More.
Terry P. Roof died on Friday morning, April 13, 2018 after a long, 17-year on and off battle with breast ... Read More.
Shirley Mann Sayre, beloved mother, teacher, and friend passed away April 6, 2018. She was a much-loved wife, mother, teacher, ... Read More.
Ko Tsukada, a resident of Santa Barbara, was born in Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan on May 2, 1934. He ... Read More.
DATE OF BIRTH: July 23, 1939 DATE OF DEATH: March 31, 2018 AGE: 78 RESIDENCE: Buellton, CA DATE, TIME & ... Read More.
Date of Birth: 02-13-30 Date of Death: 2-24-18 Age: 88 Residence: Santa Barbara, CA Service Information: Memorial at First United ... Read More.
County Residence: Solvang Date of Death: 04/06/2018 Age: 66 Occupation: Homemaker Arrangements by: Coast Cities Cremations Ventura & Goleta Read More.
DATE OF DEATH: 03/18/2018 AGE: 68 RESIDENCE: Santa Barbara. SERVICE INFORMATION: Memorial Service on April 20, 2018 at 11:00am at ... Read More.
Date of Birth: 08-12-30 Date of Death: 2-19-18 Age: 87 Residence: Santa Barbara, CA Service Information: Memorial at First United ... Read More.
1971 - 2018
Santa Barbara and the surrounding communities lost a beautiful, kindhearted veterinarian on February 9, 2018. Dr. Amanda, as she was ... Read More.
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Ruth Nadel’s volunteerism helped create the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara, and in her career, she pioneered the recognition of women’s paid and unpaid work.
An attorney with a passion for social justice, Allan Ghitterman believed in charity, civic betterment, friends, and family, above all. Read
Virginia Hayes was known far and wide as an authority on lotus and exotic plants like cycads, which she nurtured at Lotusland as diligently as she raised her children and cherished her friends.
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Gil Ramirez was that rare individual who retained the best of his youth at age 90.
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Wine impresario Archie McLaren was a colorful, one-of-a-kind fine wine and food enthusiast. Read
Dennie LaTourelle explored the inner depths, within herself and also in teaching others, while finding the time to start Santa Barbara’s Birth Resource Center. Read
George McClintock’s jazz club, the Spigot, brought world-famous jazz musicians to Santa Barbara in the 1950s and 1960s.
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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.
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.
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.
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.