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Paula and Frank Carnaghe

, Santa Barbara

In memoriam... Paula Carnaghe 1/3/1931 – 4/26/2010 Frank Carnaghe 6/28/1930 – 4/25/2011 We miss you in so many ways We ...

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Chester "Chet" Brown

1915 - 2014, Santa Barbara

Chester (Chet) Brown passed away March, 29th 2014 at the age of 98. He was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa ...

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Janice Tolotti Chelini

1936 - 2014, Santa Barbara

On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, the light of Janice Ann Tolotti Chelini was extinguished. Janice passed away after a long ...

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Dorothy Clements Spence Mitchum

1919 - 2014, Santa Barbara

Dorothy Clements Spence Mitchum, a daughter of William Lemuel Spence and Ina Clements Spence, born in Camden, Delaware, May 2, ...

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Ann Frances Winters

1953 - 2014

Ann Frances Winters, born in England on Feb 6th 1953 passed away Sunday March 9, 2014. She was surrounded by ...

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Charles "Chuck" Rao

1950 - 2014, Santa Barbara

11/1950 -3/2014 Charles "Chuck" Rao passed away in Santa Barbara, CA on March 31st, 2014 after battling cancer for the ...

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Peter Meijes Tiersma

2014, Goleta

TIERSMA, Peter Meijes; of Goleta; died April 13, 2014; he was 61. Private service pending. Arrangements by Welch-Ryce-Haider 965-5145.

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Daniel William "Stoney" Stonecipher

1941 - 2014

Born in Oakland, California to Maxine and William Stonecipher, the family relocated to Newark, Delaware thereafter where he attended Newark ...

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Elizabeth R. Kronen

1925 - 2014, Santa Barbara

KRONEN, Elizabeth R.; of Santa Barbara; died April 9, 2014 (Born: 07/14/1925); she was 88. Services Pending. Arrangements by Welch-Ryce-Haider ...

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Mildred Edith Lowe

2014, Horse Creek, CA; formerly of Goleta

LOWE, Mildred Edith; of Horse Creek CA, formerly of Goleta; died April 9, 2014; she was 103; Graveside Service - ...

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Mary Grace Canfield

1924 - 2014, Santa Barbara

Mary Grace Canfield, veteran actress, mother, grandmother and friend, who was grateful for every day of life, died February 15, ...

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Beverly "Betty" Sanders

1924 - 2014, Santa Barbara

Beverly Sanders (Betty to everyone who knew her) died peacefully on April 8, 2014, two and half months shy of ...

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Gwendolyn Shirley

2014, Goleta

Gwendolyn Shirley, 89, of Goleta passed away in her sleep on April 7th, 2014. She is survived by her daughters, ...

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Elizabeth L. Crews

2014, Santa Barbara

CREWS, Elizabeth L.; of Santa Barbara; died April 6, 2014; she was 87. Services are pending. Arrangements by Welch-Ryce-Haider 965-5145.

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Tracie Virene Klosowski

2014, Santa Barbara

KLOSOWSKI, Tracie Virene; of Santa Barbara; died April 6, 2014; she was 27. SERVICE: Friday, 5:00 - 7:00 pm at ...

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Folk dancing was a way of life in Santa Barbara in the '60s and '70s, often led by Luis Goena. Read

Louise would always say, "Ranchers were the first environmentalists." They care for the land so that it can give back to us all. Read

Allie Cole remembers sunny afternoons with her grandfather. Read

When you had a conversation with Bill, no one else in the world existed. He paid attention. Read

I’m tempted to think of Barry Spacks as the elephant in the Santa Barbara poetry room, a creative force central to poetry and the other arts. Read

We've lost a fascinating, inquiring, brave, and caring human being with a sense of humor that wouldn’t quit. Read

The local surf community is a less colorful place now with the loss of a jewel by the name of Robert Heeley. Read

Tributes to and remembrances of poet Barry Spacks. Read

A notorious Catholic priest who abused many boys at St. Anthony's Seminary died on November 23, 2013. Read

Following Seeger's death on January 27, D.J. Palladino looks back on the moment he crowned the songwriter a hero. Read

I’ve long considered myself Barry Spacks’s unofficial apprentice. Read

A tireless advocate for Goleta's cityhood, Jonny Wallis sat on the young city's first council and was mayor. Read

A deep-sea diving pioneer, Christensen was one of the first tenured instructors in SBCC's Marine Technology Program. Read

Wherever she lived K.G.'s generous spirit spurred her to volunteer to help troubled youth, animal shelters, a Hawaiian-culture group in Kona. Read

When the first post-apartheid election campaign began, Das Williams headed to South Africa and worked to get Mandela elected. Read

Family and friends recall a selfless and tender woman who helped many. Read

A popular teacher, mentor, and writer, Cork Millner was known as The Man Who Launched a Thousand Pens. Read

For my friend, as she was slowly being evicted from this mortal coil, I couldn’t help but feel the universe was lapping at the soul of the wrong person. Read

Albert "Bud" Wheelon, developer of the first U.S. spy satellite, was a quiet man who lived with his adored wife Cicely on a side street in Montecito without drawing attention to himself. Read

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