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Sunday SCHUMACHER, Victor R. Greatly loved by his family and friends, Victor R. Schumacher, 76, passed away peacefully at Serenity House on February 3, 2018. Victor enjoyed many lasting friendships in Santa Barbara beginning early on in Newcomers club and the Santa Barbara Yacht Club, as well as with many of his architectural clients. Memorial gifts may be sent in Victor's name to Serenity ...
Sunday RIFFLE Jr., Stanley Russell Stanley Russell Riffle Jr., 73, of Point Roberts, Washington, passed away peacefully on February 2nd, 2018. Stan also know among family and friends as Lee was the son of Stanley Russell Riffle Sr. and Mary Jo (Spreitz) Riffle, and the loving husband of Jollena (Thompson) Tylor, whom he met in a kindergarten class in Santa Barbara. Stan is survived by his wife, Jollena Tylor (Pt.
Sunday QUALLS, Bernice Hurst (April 1919 February 2018) Born Ruth Bernice Hurst in Pleasant Hill, MO, she was given the nickname "B" by her six siblings and many friends. In 1942 Bernice married her love, Joe Qualls, in Yuma, AZ. Services for Bernice will be held Tuesday, February 20, at Victor Valley Memorial Park, 15609 11th Street, Victorville, CA.
Sunday PHILLIPS, Caroline Luce "Betsy" 1928-2018 Our beloved Betsy ("Amah") took her last breath on February 13, 2018, surrounded by her devoted children, animals, and the resident humming birds. Betsy was the third child of Addison Leech Luce and Sally Tazewell Waller Luce and was predeceased by her parents, husband Ralph Edwin Phillips Jr., and siblings Isabel Taylor, Sally Holt and Addison ...
Sunday He is survived by his, daughter, Charlene Marie Cordero; son, Charles Manuel Cordero, Jr; siblings, Frances Mullen, Anthony Cordero, Jr, Rosie Martinez, Martha Jaimes, William Cordero, Camille Cordero, Annette Cordero and Antonette Cordero; grandchildren, Anthony Zaragoza, Jr, Christina Zaragoza, Larissa Zaragoza and Emily Elizabeth Antonette Cordero; great-granchildren, Ariana, Alena, Annessa, Mei Mei and Anthony L. Zaragoza III; 21 first cousins; 25 nieces and nephews; numerous great and ...
Sunday NICOLAYSEN, Jeffery K. Jeffery K Nicolaysen, 61, passed away in his home in Citrus Heights, California, on January 25, 2018, after a long and courageous battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). In 1985 Jeff began his family; he married the former Cynthia Thompson Gerber, became a proud Dad to Bradley Gerber, and relocated to Citrus Heights where they welcomed son Jeffery "Brent" in 1988.
Sunday MORR, Kim Laura "Kim" Morr, 61, of Santa Barbara, Ca. She is survived by her parents; children Lea Bertrand and Jameson Morr; sisters Terri, Jill, Kelly and Mica; Aunt Lucille; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Kim was an outstanding cook and enjoyed spending time in the kitchen.
Sunday LATOUR, Sharon Mary Sharon Mary Latour passed away peacefully at her home in San Leandro on Tuesday morning, April 25, 2017 surrounded by the love of her family and close friends. Sharon is survived by her father John Latour and stepmother Rosa, brother Dan Latour and his wife Terri, sister in-law Christie Latour, nieces Katie Latour and Christen Latour, and nephews Justin Latour, Sean Ryan, Eric Ryan, and Tim Ryan, and aunt Diane Ryan-...
Today LARA, Genoveva Genoveva Lara, 83, passed away peacefully on the morning of Saturday Feb. 17th, 2018 one week shy of her 84th birthday. There was a Mass held in her honor on Friday Feb. 23rd at Our Lady Of Sorrows. She lived in Santa Barbara, CA for the past 40 years spending time both here and her native country of Honduras. Her ashes will be taken back to Honduras to be buried with her beloved husband, Juan Angel Lara Sr., of 52 yrs. She is survived by her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephew.
Sunday HARVEY, John J. "Jack" John J. "Jack" Harvey, a Montecito resident since 1986, passed away at Serenity House on January 17th, 2018 with his wife and children by his side Jack was the epitome of the American Dream. Jack was born in Chicago, Illinois on April 16th 1931 to John Earl and Dolores (Lori) Harvey. Jack will be deeply missed and dearly remembered by...
Sunday GRIFFIN, Timothy Geib "Tim" Camarillo, CA Lifelong Camarillo resident Tim Griffin was born on August 6, 1957 and passed away suddenly on February 12, 2018. He is survived by his mother, Marie Griffin of Camarillo; uncle, Tom Griffin of Thousand Oaks; sisters, Stephanie (Dennis) Reilly of Santa Barbara and Cynthia (James) Bond of Camarillo; brothers, Gilbert (Ann) Griffin of Ventura and ...
Today EVANS, Dorothy Ann Dorothy Ann Evans, "Dottie", a native of Indianapolis, left us on Dec. 29, 2017. Our Dottie will always be remembered for her creativity, her love of life and her devotion to her boys. Dottie was born May 21, 1929 to Charles and Elizabeth Harris. A graduate of Shortridge High School 1946, she pursued many interests throughout her life, ones that sought beauty and had deeper meaning.She moved to Southern California in 1947 with her husband Frederick Harnsberger.Her two sons Fritz and Steve were born here. She later married Dale Evans and had two more sons David and Michael. Work took the family to different areas of southern California including Azusa, Covina, Rialto, Poway and finally settling in Orange County for 42 years. During this time Dottie worked at many places including Drapers of Newport Beach, Rug Crafters, Real Estate, and then later had her own business of dress design and tailoring. Dottie saw beauty where others did not.She was an inextinguishable light to us.She was always there with love and acceptance and strength. She loved arts and crafts, from dress design, to costume design sculpture and painting,Rug crafting, and croquet,quilting and bridal designs, and costumes:Dottie was able to create it and do it so very well.And she loved the outdoors and dancing at the Elks club.We think of her as dancing now. Our Dottie was an explorer.She challenged us to explore ourselves and the world.She taught us to challenge and express ourselves and laugh.We loved laughing with her.Dottie believe God loved her first, and this is the reason she loved others.We will deeply miss her. Dottie is survived by her sons Fritz (Lorette) Harnsberger of Santa Barbara,Steven Harnsberger of Fountain Valley, David (Tina) Evans of Atlanta Georgia, and Michael (Tina) Evans of Atlanta Georgia, 7 Grand children and 6 great grandchildren,and predeceased by her grand child Cassie McClellan of Medford Oregon. We are very grateful to Mission Villa of SB for the excellent care Dottie received these last 2 1/2 years. A Celebration of life will be held onSaturday March 10, at 10:00 am. Fairhaven Memorial Park Cemetery in the Waverley Chapel, 1702 Fairhaven Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92705.RSVP mrsharnz@icloud.com