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Sunday SNOWLING, James "Jim" V. February 7, 1958 March 1, 2017 Jim passed away spending the day with many of his loving family members by his side. He is survived by his wife Anita Snowling; sons James V. Snowling Jr. and Thomas "Tommy" J. Snowling; father George L Snowling; sister: Diane Bouchie; brothers William (Lotta) Snowling, Michael Snowling, John (Marie) Snowling; several nieces, ...
Sunday GUTIERREZ, Jody Jody Gutierrez, born Josephine Gutierrez , Detroit Michigan, March 5, 1923. Part Latina, Irish and Apache, Jody had a unique, disarming and delightful sense of humor, was a great instigator, the life of any party, and had a wonderful spirit. Her stepson, Lawrence Thompson, a local architect, invites Jody's friends to attend a memorial service here in April.
Sunday FORREST, Elizabeth Ann Ann Forrest, a resident of Santa Barbara since 1974, died in Sonoma, California on Saturday, March 4, 2017. Ann valued education. Ann valued domestic arts.
Sunday ELDRIDGE, Robert A. Robert ("Bob") A. Eldridge died on January 10, 2017, at his Montecito home. Early in his life Bob got involved with boats and the harbor, helping his father and brother build and maintain many of the small, wooden Sea Shell sailboats. Working on different boats in the harbor, Bob met all types of boat owners and sundry characters.
Today DAL BELLO, Irene Bernice •Irene Dal Bello passed away on February 27, 2017, in Santa Barbara after a brave battle with cancer. She was 78. •A lifelong Santa Barbara resident, Irene was born on July 10, 1938, to Henry and Mary Jane Zandona. They had two sons, Dominic Dal Bello and Peter Dal Bello, who both survive them.
Sunday BEATTIE, William A. William A. "Bill" Beattie, age 63, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 10, 2017 after a 4-year struggle from a stroke he suffered in January 2013. Bill, a life-long resident of Lompoc, was born November 21, 1953. Please consider a donation to the Lompoc Elks Lodge #2274, "Aide to Local Handicapped" in remembrance of Bill.