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Lyn Carman: 1936 – 2014
One of the first U.S. women to cross the finish line in a marathon, Lyn Carman helped raise many children and was a dedicated member of Mission Santa Barbara.
Bill Hamilton: 1942 – 2014
Despite the loss of the use of his legs, Bill became a swimmer to reckon with and a champion of wheelchair sports.
Joan Crowder: 1934-2014
Joan had an early love affair with newspapers that began with her first sight of a printing press, one of those massive and loud machines that people seldom see or hear today.
Aloha Wing: 1923-2014
Aloha’s long day was ending, following 90 sloppily choreographed Technicolor years.
David Arthur Sansome Gell: 1943-2014
A musician, composer, and master craftsman, his greatest distinction was as the creator of many, many community music series at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Fred Eissler: 1922-2014
Fred’s passion for and commitment to place led him to work tirelessly on behalf of lands ranging from the Sierra Nevada and Santa Ynez Mountains to More Mesa and the Santa Barbara waterfront.
Leonel Acosta: 1932-2014
Born in Huetamo, Michoacán, México, Leonel Acosta inspired his family with his life and his lessons.
Wife-Carrying: An Actual Thing
Wife-carrying is the preposterous sport in which men race through an obstacle course while toting their dead-weight spouses on their backs or shoulders.