2014, Santa Barbara
VAN HORSEN, Lloyd; of Santa Barbara; died April 20, 2014; he was 94. Service: pril 28, 1PM at the Welch-Ryce-Haider ... Read More.
1943 - 2014, Carpinteria
09/25/1943–04/10/2014 Sharry Rose, 71, passed away peacefully at her home in Carpinteria on April 10th after surrendering to cancer. Friends ... Read More.
1944 - 2014, Santa Barbara
HERRERA, Robert; of Santa Barbara; died April 8, 2014 (Born: 03/15/1944); he was 70. No Services. Arrangements by Welch-Ryce-Haider 965-5145. Read More.
1926 - 2014, Santa Barbara
SALAZAR, Samuel E.; of Santa Barbara; died April 17, 2014 (Born: 10/10/1926); he was 87. Graveside Service on Saturday, April ... Read More.
1928 - 2014, Santa Barbara
06/17/1928 - 03/08/2014 To his sister Helen of Redmond, WA, he was My Little Brother; he was Raymond to his ... Read More.
1934 - 2014, Santa Barbara
ORSO, Nancy Jean; of Santa Barbara; died April 18, 2014 (Born: 11/24/1934); she was 79. Celebration of Life pending. Arrangements ... Read More.
1941 - 2014, Santa Barbara
Joe was born July 8, 1941. He died unexpectedly on April 14, 2014, when his big loving heart gave out. ... Read More.
1986 - 2014, Santa Barbara
Laura “Lolo” Elizabeth Clowers was born January 15, 1986 and died April 10, 2014, at the young age of 28. ... Read More.
1953 - 2014
WINTERS, Ann Frances; of Santa Barbara; died March 9, 2014 (Born: 02/06/1953). A memorial is planned for the near future. Read More.
, 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 ... Read More.
1919 - 2014, Santa Barbara
Dorothy Clements Spence Mitchum, a daughter of William Lemuel Spence and Ina Clements Spence, born in Camden, Delaware, May 2, ... Read More.
1936 - 2014, Santa Barbara
On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, the light of Janice Ann Tolotti Chelini was extinguished. Janice passed away after a long ... Read More.
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 - ... Read More.
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 ... Read More.
1941 - 2014
Born in Oakland, California to Maxine and William Stonecipher, the family relocated to Newark, Delaware thereafter where he attended Newark ... Read More.
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