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Sunday YBARRA, Henry "the Phantom" Was born in Santa Barbara on June 17, 1928 and joined his son Henry Jr in heaven on November 16, 2014. He is survived by his loving wife Linda, his children Rita, Donald, Theresa, Tina and Tony, and 23 grandchildren and great-grandchildren who will greatly miss their "Ta-ta." The Ybarra family would like to Thank Hospice of Santa Barbara for all their ...
Today TRUESDAIL, Elizabeth S. A resident of the Santa Ynez Valley, died Sunday, November 9th, 2014 after a long illness at the age of 81. Memorial services were held Saturday, November 15th, 2014. Known as an active supporter of numerous patriotic and military organizations, Elizabeth had great passion in all the groups she was involved with from the role of chairperson to newsletter editor. Elizabeth is survived by two daughters Catherine Hauger and Deborah Kaatz, six grand children and twelve great-grand children. She will be missed greatly.
Sunday RUSSELL, Angela Carol (Hammond) Born April 9, 1945, in Normanton, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, passed away Nov. 11, 2014, at Serenity Hospice House, Santa Barbara, CA after a short battle with cancer. From her brother: She shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary her, ...
Sunday LYNN, Dr. John Henry Medical Director of the Emergency Department of Antelope Valley Hospital, and longtime resident of Santa Barbara, died on November 6th, 2014 of a degenerative neuromuscular disease. Dr. Lynn devoted his career of more than four decades to Antelope Valley Hospital. John is survived by his wife, Georgia, their daughters Jessica Lynn, Elizabeth Lynn, Meredith Lynn, ...
Sunday KORNGIEBEL III, Arthur Born to May Plambeck and Arthur Korngiebel II on September 9, 1949, passed away peacefully on September 26th, 2014, at Serenity House in Santa Barbara. Art grew up riding horses, exploring Santa Barbara's back country and learning an appreciation for good food with good friends. While living in Salt Lake City, Art fell in love with food, cooking and, during a visit home, his future wife, Carol Taylor.
Today HENSLEY, Edwin Lee June 6, 1928 – November 21, 2014 Born in Laclade County, Missouri, Ed Hensley passed peacefully at home in Buellton, CA with his family beside him. During the depression his mother left her young son in the care of his grandmother Nanny Hamilton, who owned a small farm and could outwork any man. Ed learned to outwork Nanny and his strong work ethic began. Being Choctaw, Chippewa and Irish, Ed would say "the Irish in me worked hard and the Indian in me played hard." Ed's fondest memories of childhood were spending time with his cousin Nadine Wallace who taught him to laugh loudly and fight well. At age 14, his mother moved him to Whittier, CA where he attended school and worked on a dairy farm. Ed was introduced to "the prettiest girl in the world" thru his oldest and dearest friends to this day, Ken and Kathryn Bernerd. In 1948 he married that girl, Charlene Stone, the mother of his two children. Ed served his country honorably in the Navy during the Korean War as a cook and head baker. In 1958, Ed started his "dream business" a dairy in Santa Maria. Ed left the dairy business in the late 60's and began a new chapter as a "trucker" hauling both cattle and then hay for Grant and Don Whitford, respectively, before moving to Midco Construction where he worked until December 2007, retiring at age 79. Ed remained close to Greg Hamson of Midco and referred to him as the best boss in the world. On August 27, 1983 Ed married the love of his life, Sally Camargo Hensley. Together they shared almost 30 years together, donating their time to community clubs and charitable organizations, all the while Ed working at Midco and Sally at Santa Barbara Bank and Trust. The two of them together were tireless and a force like no other. Sally preceded Ed in death by almost two years to the day, as she passed November 26, 2012. Ed is survived by his son Randall Hensley, daughter Debra Bendele, son-in-law Robert Bendele, grandson Jakob Bendele, granddaughter Kristen Bendele, Charlene Hensley, cousins Nadine Wallace of Springfield Missouri and Don Blankenship of Kansas City, Missouri, and of course Sally's surviving family members and all his many friends like Greg Hamson, Benny Valencia, Ken, Kathryn, Clint and Cindy Bernerd, Don Pratt Family, and Ralph and Shirley Hernandez. Ed always said "Love many, laugh a lot, and be well." Funeral Services will be held at 11am on Sunday, November 30th at the Ballard Country Church, with a Reception Following at the Jacobsen Dairy, 3870 Baseline Avenue, Santa Ynez, CA. Interment will take place at Oak Hill Cemetery in Ballard. Loper Funeral Chapel, Directors.
Today BRION, Lora •Died unexpectedly on November 18, 2014. She was born in Lompoc, California, to Antonio and Luigia Ziliotto on May 15, 1918. The family moved to Crespano Del Grappa, Italy, when Lora was 6 years old. After finishing school she helped on the family farm and worked as a seamstress. •She married the love of her life John Battista Brion and returned to Santa Barbara. A year later her husband arrived to see his son and wife. •Lora was very active in the Italian Catholic Federation, Sons of Italy and the Italian American Boot Club. She loved her family very much and could not do enough for them. She was a very caring and hard working woman and would go out of her way to help others. She is survived by her son John Anthony, his wife Cheryl, grandson Paul and granddaughter Elizabeth and husband Matthew Dark. Also surviving are numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Rosary will be at 7:00pm Friday, November 28, 2014 at Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapel, 15 East Sola St., California, 93101. Friends of Lora are invited to celebrate her life at a Funeral Mass at 11:00am on Saturday, November 29, 2014 at San Roque Church with internment to follow at Calvary Cemetary. In lieu of flowers, gifts in her name may be made to your favorite charity.