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MORGAN, Dorothy Leonard
95, died peacefully Tuesday, April 6, 1999. The sixth of eight children she was born in San Bernardino, Calif. After graduation from high school in San Bernardino she attended Pomona College. Interested in dramatics, she participated in plays in high school, college and with the Women's Club of San Bernardino. An avid bridge player for 75 years she enjoyed her retirement living at the Samarkand. She was a member of the First Congregational Church.
Coming from such a large family, she was devoted to her immediate family and is survived by her daughter Marilyn Morgan Van Donge of Santa Barbara, three grandchildren, Joan Van Donge Breard (Michael) of Carte Madera, John Van Donge (Jennifer) of Santa Barbara, and Todd Van Donge of Pasadena. Three great grandchildren also survive: Aubrey Breard, Kent Ross Van Donge and Kate Morgan Van Donge. A sister, Lois Rice of La Jolla and ten nieces and nephews also survive.
A celebration of her life is planned for Saturday, April 10 at 1:30 pm at the Samarkand Chapel. Memorial gifts may be made to the Endowment Fund, First Congregational Church of Santa Barbara.

STREVER, Hazel
died April 2, 1999. Born in Dinuba, Ca. In 1932 and moved to Santa Barbara in 1956. She worked for EF Hutton for many years and was married for 50 years.
She is survived by her husband, Stan, her two sons - Dan of Santa Barbara - and Doug of Sedona, Arizona - and granddaughter Sarah of Sedona, Arizona.
Graveside Services will be held at the Santa Barbara Cemetery Friday, April 9, 1999 at 2 pm.
Friends are welcome.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday April 10, 1999 at 2 PM at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Goleta.

VILLANUEVA, Felipa Rodriguez
77, died on March 18, 1999, in Santa Barbara, CA, after a lengthy illness. She was born on August 24, 1921 in San Juan, La Union, Philippines, the youngest of nine children.
During the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines in World War II, Felipa served as part of the Women's Auxiliary Services in "B" Company, 1st Bn 121st Infantry, United States Armed Forces, from 1943 to the end of the war.
Felipa arrived in the United States in June, 1946, and resided in Santa Barbara since that time. Shortly thereafter, she became a founding member of the Santa Barbara Filipino Community Association along with other Filipino war veterans. She remained an active member of that association until 1965 when she was forced to scale back her social activities in order to care for her husband, Angelo, following a severe stroke. She first met Angelo during the war when they were both well known singing stars on armed forces radio.
Circumstances didn't allow Felipa to pursue her operatic career but she continued to sing in productions and church activities for many years which included being a Soloist at Our Lady Sorrows Church for 15 years. Felipa was an active member of the Catholic Daughters of America and a member of St Barbara's Parish.
Felipa obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Home Economics from the National Teacher's College and shortly after her arrival in the US was awarded a full scholarship at the Music Academy of the West for three successive years. Following training at Santa Barbara Beauty College, she obtained her State Cosmetologist license. In 1959, she opened Phil's Beauty Salon which she owned and operated until her retirement in 1987.
Felipa is survived by her only daughter, Ofelia R Villanueva, of Santa Barbara. CA, one sister, Catalina Salazar, of San Diego, CA; and a multitude of nieces, nephews, and cousins.
A Rosary Service will be held on Friday, April 9, 1999, 7:00 pm at McDermott-Crockett Mortuary Chapel, 1903 State Street. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady of Sorrows on Saturday, April 10, 1999 at 9:30 am followed by interment at Calvary Cemetery.
Arrangements by McDermott Crockett Mortuary.

DIAZ, Leo
died suddenly on April 2, 1999. He was 57. A native of Santa Barbara and a Vietnam Vet.
He is survived by 4 sisters and 1 brother: Ysabel Diaz, Helen Diaz-Gordon, Lupe Diaz-Herrera, Alice Diaz-Coleman and Jose Diaz. He also has numerous nieces and nephews. He will be missed by all.

MORENO, Altagracia (Grace)
of Goleta passed away at the age of 89 to be with our Lord on April 6, 1999. She left peacefully with her beloved family at her bedside.
Surviving are her sons; Elias (Socorro) Moreno, Charlie (Marcie) Moreno, John (Toni) Contreras, daughters; Avelina (Billie) and son-in-law Cruz, Josie (Jose) Arguilo and Jennie Cervantes. She leaves many grandchildren, great grandchildren and many nephews and nieces.
She will be deeply missed but never forgotten by all of those who loved her.
Viewing will also be held from 1:00 - 5:00 pm at McDermott-Crockett Mortuary, 1903 State St. Viewing will also be held at 9:30 to 10:00 am at St Raphael's Church on Hollister Ave, Saturday morning followed by a Funeral Mass at 10:00 am at St Raphael's Church. Interment at Calvary Cemetery will follow.

CROSBY, Luise
age 90, passed away peacefully on April 5, 1999. She was a native of Washington but had lived in California since 1942. She was a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. She was a long time resident of both Burbank and Los Osos, but had spent the last seven years in Santa Barbara.
She was the devoted wife of Dr Benjamin L Crosby for 56 years until his death in 1989. Her daughter, Elizabeth died in 1992. She is survived by her two sons, Benjamin and Lothrop, six grand children and seven great-grandchildren.
Luise was a long time orchid hobbyist and member of the Southern California Orchid Society, the Cabrillo Orchid Society, and a judge of the American Orchid Society. She was also a member of the Burbank and SLO chapters of the American Association of University Women and a member of SLO's Monday Club.
A family celebration of her life was held on April 7. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Breast Cancer Association.

MORENO, Altagracia (Grace)
of Goleta passed away at the age of 89 to be with our Lord on April 6, 1999. She left peacefully with her beloved family at her bedside.
Surviving are her sons; Elias (Socorro) Moreno, Charlie (Marcie) Moreno, John (Toni) Contreras, daughters; Avelina (Billie) Sarinana and son-in-law Cruz, Josie (Joe) Arguijo and Jennie Cervantes. She leaves many grandchildren, great grandchildren and many nephews and nieces.
She will be deeply missed but never forgotten by all of those who loved her.
Viewing will be held at 9:30 to 10:00 am at St Raphael's Church on Hollister Ave, Saturday morning followed by a Funeral Mass at 10:00 am at St Raphael's Church. Interment at Calvary Cemetery will follow. McDermott-Crockett in charge of arrangements.

D'ORDINE, Anna J
a resident of Santa Barbara for 43 years, passed away Thursday April 8, 1999, she was 94.
Mrs D'Ordine is survived by her daughter: Anna Marie Rose of Alpharetta, Georgia, her son: Joseph D'Ordine and daughter-in-law, Barbara D'Ordine of Santa Barbara. She leaves her brother, Vito D'Ambra of Providence, RI, her sisters: Josephine Rocchio of Whittier, CA and Agnes Del Sesto of Seekonk, Mass. She also leaves her grandchildren: Michael D'Ordine, Gregory Rose, Gary Rose, David Clark, Beth Clark and Lisa Coleman. Mrs. D'Ordine was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph in 1974.
A Funeral Mass is planned for Monday April 12 at Holy Cross Catholic Church at 10:30 followed by interment at Calvary Cemetery.
Arrangements by Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels.

MOELLER, Dr Walter H
former United State Congressman from Ohio and Lutheran Minister for congregations in southern California, Maryland, Ohio and Indiana, died on Tuesday, April 6, 1999 in Santa Barbara, California. He was 89.
As a Lutheran minister, Dr Moeller served congregations around the country for more than 25 years before retiring in 1976. His first congregation was in Preble, Indiana. He also served congregations in Van Wert, Ohio; Silver Spring, Maryland; and Lancaster, Ohio, where he also established a mission congregation. After his retirement, Dr Moeller served as interim and guest pastor for a variety of congregations in southern California including Santa Barbara, Ventura, Ojai, Santa Ynez, San Luis Obispo, Aguora and Camarillo.
During his tenure as the elected representative for the 10th congressional district in Ohio, Dr Moeller was one of the original members of the House Committee on Science and Astronautics, as well as serving on the House Committee on the Interior and Insular Affairs, and the House Committee on post office and Civil Service. He was instrumental in the passage of the Appalachia Bill, which provided significant infrastructure improvements to the region. While in congress, he served under Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson. After his retirement, he served in the Administration on Aging with the U S Housing, Education and Welfare Department.
Dr Moeller graduated from Concordia Seminary in Springfield, Illinois, Difiance College, Defiance, Ohio and from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Fluent in German, Dr Moeller taught at Defiance College and also spoke in the German language on the international radio program Voice of America. In his academic life Dr Moeller served as member of the Concordia University Board of Regents in Irvine, California, and also as the principal for Christian School in Santa Barbara.
Born on March 15, 1910 in New Palestine, Indiana to Louis and Emma Moeller, he was the fourth of seven children. As a youth he suffered a serious illness at which time he decided to dedicate his life in the service of the Lord. His commitment to family, and service to others were evident throughout his life.
He is survived by his wife Lenora; daughter Janeen Morse of York, Pennsylvania; grandchildren Lori Arguelles of New York; and David Arguelles of San Jose, California; and sister Dorothy Firnhaber of New Palestine, Indiana.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association, Santa Barbara; Emanuel Lutheran Church, Santa Barbara; or The Lutheran Hour, Saint Louis, Missouri.
Visitation will be Sunday from 4 to 6pm at Emanuel Lutheran Church. Services will be held on Monday, April 12 at 11am at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 3721 Modoc Road, Santa Barbara. Dr Oswald Hoffman, of The Lutheran Hour, will be guest speaker. Pastor Stephen Skov will officiate.
Welch-Ryce-Haider in charge of arrangements.

BAIRD, Genevieve Ann Cockerline
1920-1999
Genevieve Baird, 79, passed away April 8, 1999, after a courageous two-year struggle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). A native of Oregon, she grew up in Corvallis, and graduated from Oregon State University. She became a social worker with the American Red Cross, traveling ti Italy after the war to assist GI's ending their tour of duty. She continued with the Red Cross in Fresno, CA until her marriage to William H Baird, who preceded her in death many years ago. She lived thirty years in Walnut Creek, CA, before moving to Santa Barbara last year.
She is survived by her children Molly Rothman and Tia Baird of Santa Barbara, and William R Baird of Seattle, WA,; her grandchildren Adam, Albee and Jennifer Rothman of Santa Barbara, and Phyllis Huddleston of Antioch, CA, as well as nieces and nephews in Palo Alto, CA, Pullyallup, WA and Durham, NC.
Memorial services will be held in Walnut Creek.
The family request that donations be directed to the ALS Foundation, or local chapters of the Red Cross.

BRANCH, Jacolyn C
age 59, born February 25, 1940, died April 10, 1999 at Marian Medical Center, Santa Maria of natural causes.
Mrs Branch was born, raised and educated in San Luis Obispo. She graduated from San Luis Obispo High School. She was a member of the pioneer Francis Ziba Branch family who settled in Arroyo Grande in 1835. Mrs Branch was employed with the Model Linen Company as a seamstress for many years. She was a former member of the Santa Barbara Eagles Lodge and a member of the Santa Maria Eagles Lodge # 1745.
She is survived by her children; Liz Green of Santa Maria, CA, Lynn Toler of Seattle, WA, twin sons; Thomas Atkinson of Santa Maria, CA and Gilbert Atkinson of Glendale, CA, Cheryl Bieber of Worland, Wyoming, sister; Pameala M McDaniel of Guerneville, CA, brothers, Thomas S McDaniel of California and Kevin M McDaniel of San Francisco, CA, 11 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild, niece, P Meggan McDaniel of Santa Rosa, CA. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Carolina Branch, and stepfather, Thomas O McDaniel.
At her request there will be no formal services. Cremation and private inurnment was requested.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Dialysis Unit, C/O Marian Medical Center, 1400 East Church St, Santa Maria, CA 93454.
Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary in charge of arrangements.

DANIEL, Susan Alice
beloved wife of Paul S Daniel of Goleta, passed away on April 9, 1999 shortly after giving birth to her son Ryan, younger brother of her beloved daughter Christina Maaike, age 5. She was 42. In addition to her husband and two children, Susan is survived by her father, Pieter Vlieger of Franksville, Wisconsin, her grandmother, Hanna Feddema of the Netherlands; her brother, Jeff Vlieger and Donna Foster of Franksville, Wisconsin; her brother and her sister-in-law, Bill and Sharon Vlieger of Waterford, Wisconsin; and her brother Daniel Vlieger, of St Paul, Minnesota. She was preceded by her mother, Maaike Vlieger and her paternal grandparents Sietse and Tryntje Vlieger of the Netherlands.
Susan was raised in Wisconsin, moved to Hawaii shortly after graduation from the University of Wisconsin, and later moved to California, where she met Paul in 1988. She loved the islands especially the beautiful tropical plants. She studied floral design, and frequently prepared floral arrangements as gifts and centerpieces. Her creative side extended to her home, which was colorfully decorated and to her cooking, which was exquisite. She inherited a love for knitting from her mother, and made beautiful sweaters, blankets, and other clothes. She was a special woman, dedicated to her family and friends, and brought joy and beauty into the world.
Visitation will be on Wednesday, April 14, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Welch-Ryce-Haider Goleta Chapel, 450 Ward Drive, Santa Barbara, California 93111. Funeral services will be on Thursday, April 15 at 1:30 pm also at the Goleta Chapel, followed by interment at Santa Barbar Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

MILLER, Rev Dr Kenneth P
83, died on April 11, 1999 from the effects of advanced Parkinson's Disease. For over forty years he was a minister and leader in the United Methodist Church in Southern California serving pastorates in Supelveda, La Mesa, and Riverside. While serving as District Superintendant of the Whittier District he was responsible for the organization of the eight United Methodist churches in the Orange County area. In retirement he resided in San Clemente and most recently in Santa Barbara at the Samarkand Retirement Community.
He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Evelyn, and his five children; Kristine, Paul, Deborah, Timothy, and Andrew, and three grandchildren.
A Memorial Service will be held at the Samarkand Chapel, time to be announced later.
In lieu of flowers, family asks that contributions may be made to the St Andrews by the Sea Foundation, 2001 Calle Frontera, San Clemente, CA 92672.

PAUWELS, Hendrika
98, a native of Belguim, passed on to eternal life on Friday, April 9, 1999, in Santa Barbara, California. Hendrika was born on the 1st of September, 1900, and was married to Edward Pollet who preceded her in death. They had two daughters, Nadine Sophie Houtmans of Santa Barbara and Mariette Pollet of Brussels, Belgium; one grand daughter, Martine, and one great grand daughter, Carole, both of Brussels; and many friends.
Hendrika came to America to live with her daughter, Sophie, and her son-in-law, Pierre, in 1989. In 1993, she was presented with a special medal in recognition of her "act of heroism" during the Holocaust by the Deputy Consul General of Israel, Tsuriel Raphael. By protecting and hiding a young Jewish girl and her parents during World War II, Hendrika had her name inscribed on the Righteous Honor Wall at Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum In Jerusalem.
A mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 14, 1999, 10:00 am, at San Roque Church, 3200 Calle Cedro, Santa Barbara, followed by interment at Calvary Cemetery.
Arrangements by McDermott Crockett Mortuary

WAY, Ruth
a resident of Scottsdale, Az for 20 years passed away on April 11, 1999. She was 81.
The daughter of Sam A McKenzie and Autimeese Forbes McKenzie, Ruth was born on July 30,1918, Tylertown, Mississippi. She was one of 15 children. 3 sets of twins. 2 sets of girls and 1 set of boys. Twin sister, Ruby Kennedy, brothers, Jesse McKenzie, Wilbur McKenzie, PJ Kennedy, sisters, Mattie Alford, Hattie Kennedy, Mecie Kennedy, Willie Moore, Lillie Mae Sandifer, Minnie Lou Hughes, Louisa Branch, Waver Nuschler, Lois Skeeters and Maxine Martin.
She moved to Arizona in 1939, Ventura, Ca in 1944 where she met and married Frank Way, who preceded her in death in 1994. They then moved to Santa Barbara, Ca in. 1952 where they owned and operated the Ritz Dry Cleaners for 31 years before retiring to Scottsdale, Az in 1984.
She had two children, son, Harrel Rester, born and died 1938, and is survived by her daughter Ruth Elaine Sorg of Santa Barbara, Ca. Son in law Norman E Sorg, grandchildren Linda Sorg Hankinson, East Lansing, Mi, Robin Sorg, Santa Barbara, Ca, Mary Sorg, Lompoc Ca. Two great grandchildren, Amanda Sorg Rubio, and Alexander Leon Belle of Lompoc, Ca. She leaves 5 sisters, twin Ruby Kennedy, Louisa Branch, Waver Nuschler, Maxine Martin all of Louisiana, and Lois Skeeters of Santa Maria, Ca.
Services will be held at Messinger Mortuary, Wed April 14, 1999 in Scottsdale, AZ.

BLACH, Janet S
died peacefully and gracefully at the age of 96 years on April 10, 1999. Mother of Stan Baker, mother-in-law of Marilynn Baker, grandmother of Dennis & Gary Baker, grandmother-in-law to Stephanie & Robin Baker, step-grandmother to Mark Wolfson and Lisa (Wolfson) Akcay. Her pride and joy were her great-grandchildren, to whom she was "GG", Amelia, Molly, Lauren, and Henry Baker. She is preceded in death by her parents, her eight brothers and sisters, her three husbands, and far too many close friends.
Janet touched many with her grace and warm spirit throughout her long and fruitful years. Her passing does not deserve sadness so much as appreciation for a life lived to the fullest. She taught us how to love and accept the love of others without judgement. Janet lived through adversity and tragedy, yet wore a smile throughout. Her easy laugh and amusement belied the difficulties she endured. Her emphasis on the simple pleasures of life gave us much guidance in these complex times. She cooked great meals and loved her food hot. As a solid constant in our lives she will be missed more than we yet know.
No services will be held. All are invited to mark her passing with joyous celebration of all life can offer. Her family invites donations in her name to UCSB Hillel and to Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara.

CATHCART, James R
His friends and family called him "Jimmy". He was born in Oxnard on May 22, 1935. He grew up and lived in Santa Barbara for the majority of his life. He attended Santa Barbara High School and graduated in 1953. He served in the Army from 1957 to 1959. He was a fireman at the Montecito Fire Department for approximately 16-17 years. He died on Saturday April 10, 1999 at St. Francis Medical Center.
He is the eldest of three sons born to Glenn and Relma Cathcart. He is survived by twin brothers, Billy and his wife Marlene, and Bobby and his wife Mary.
He will live on through his only child Jamie Cathcart-Iverson and his two grandchildren, Hailey Joyce Iverson and Maxwell James Iverson. He was a very loving father, grandfather, brother, son and friend. He will be deeply missed by all who new him.
A Memorial Service will be held in his honor on Sunday, April 18, 1999 at 4:00 PM at Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapel.

HICKEY, Glen M
peacefully passed away with his beloved family at his side on April 12, 1999. Born September 30,1928 in Oxnard, CA, he married his wife of nearly 50 years, Martha Fleeman on July 24,1949. Mr Hickey is a graduate of CalPoly San Dimas and a descendant of two longtime local families, the Nidevers, who first arrived in the Carpinteria Valley in the early 1850's and the Hickeys.
Glen Hickey is survived by his loving wife, Martha, four children (Deborah Lange, Terry Hickey Banks, Mary Ellen Hickey, and Michael Hickey) seven grandchildren (Jennifer Savard, Matthew, Lyndsey, Ashley, and Rebekah Banks, and Alexa and Justin Corbin), and two great-grandchildren (Hannah and Jeffrey Savard)
A longtime avocado rancher in the Carpinteria Valley, Mr. Hickey was President and General Manager of Hickey Ranch and Hickey Bros Land Co. He was also a former president and board member of the Carpinteria and Santa Barbara Lemon Associations, Calavo, the Santa Barbara Citrus Exchange, the Carpinteria Cemetery District, the Carpinteria Water District, and the Carpinteria Unified School District on which he served over twenty years. He served on the board of Directors of the Santa Barbara Labor Association and was an organizer and founder/member of the Casitas National Bank, which later became The County Bank and Barclay's Bank. Glen was named Carpinterian of the Year in 1992.
Hickey was a devoted member of the Carpinteria Lions Club and a Past District Governor for District 4-A3 of Lions International. He was chairman of the Carpinteria Lions Community Building Association during the fund-raising and construction of the Community Building at Lions Park in Carpinteria. After his family, Hickey's greatest joys were serving his community and traveling in his RV with Martha.
Graveside services will be held Friday, April 16 at 1:00 pm at the Carpinteria Cemetery. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the Carpinteria Lions Community Building Fund (PO Box 252) or the stained glass window fund at the Carpinteria Valley Baptist Church (800 Maple Ave).

CAMPBELL, Peter
Peter Quintin Campbell, 87, a native of Scotland, died peacefully April 12, 1999 after a brave battle with cancer. He was the dearly loved husband of Catherine Carlin of 57 years, and the much loved father of Susan Campbell, Santa Barbara, Catrina Simpson, Ontario, Canada, Jill Smith, Goleta, and Jane Casarez of Goleta. His loving grandchildren, Adrienne of Ontario, Canada, and Anthony of Santa Barbara.
Mr Campbell had eight great grandchildren, Jessica, Thomas, Billie, Taylor, Trevor, Kaitlin, Anthony and Cameron.
He served with the British Army for six years in Kenya East Africa during World War II and was educated in Scotland. He married his wife, Catherine, April 8, 1942. He has one surviving sister, Margaret, living in Scotland.
Mr Campbell worked at Seven-Up Co Carpinteria for 20 years.
He became associated with Jehovah's Witnesses in Greenock, Scotland in 1948 and he and his wife have been very active with the Witnesses since coming to Santa Barbara in 1954. He will be sadly missed.
Memorial Services will be held Saturday, April 17, 1999 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 840 N Fairview Ave, Goleta.

COLEMAN, Emma H
a native of Hamburg, Germany, died peacefully at her home in Santa Barbara on April 12,1999. Preceded in death by her beloved husband Raymond D Coleman DC, and her daughter Sandra, Emma was the loving mother of Lynn, Kathy, Ray, and the mother-in-law of Cheryl.
Danielle, Mike, Ashlee and Cassidy Rae, Emma's grandchildren were very dear to her.
She was the dear sister of Kathryn Hecht and the late Otto Hecht and Charlotte McGechie. Emma is also survived by a nephew, a niece, and 3 sisters in law.
A cherished caring wife, mother and grandmother, Emma touched our hearts with quiet gentleness and love. She had a great appreciation for flowers, especially roses, and enjoyed all the wonders of creation found in the good earth.
Memorial services will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday April 17, 1999 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Santa Barbara, Calif.
In lieu of flowers contributions made be made to Hospice services of Santa Barbara.

KRAMER, Randolph
(57) passed away on April 12, 1999 in Henderson, Nevada. He was born in Dallas, Texas on Feb 26, 1942.
Randy graduated from Gibraltar High School in Fish Creek, Wisconsin and received his BS degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, WI. He served in the armed services in Europe.
He is survived by his parents, Willard and Clarissa Kramer, Sister Bay, Wisc three sisters, Carole Jeanne (Robert) Shapiro of Goleta, CA, Kathy (Jim) Springer, Potsdam, NJ and Connie (James) Grotenhuis of Wisc and Florida, one brother: Terry (Barb) Kramer of Albuquerque, NM ; a son Kent of Burbank, CA and several nieces and nephews.
Graveside services and interment at the Goleta Cemetery Today at 2:00 PM.
Randy was very active in the Baptist Church in his youth and continued in his faith in the Lord. Now may he rest in Him.

SHAVER, Margaret A
Aug 26, 1916 - April 14, 1999
Margaret Ann Shaver died peacefully in her sleep on April 14, 1999, at the age of 82. Margaret was born in The Dalles, Oregon, and moved to Santa Barbara in 1964. Margaret is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Patricia and Michael Tully, her granddaughter Lisa Tully and great-granddaughter Ashleigh Tully all of Santa Barbara.
Margaret had a special way of drawing people close to her through her ability to entertain and make people feel comfortable, accepted and loved. She enjoyed getting together with her friends to play cards and bingo and was an avid bridge player, player, for many years at Montecito Country Club.
Margaret was a very unique woman who had overcome many obstacles in her life with much grace. She enjoyed the last ten years of her life living at Villa Santa Barbara where she had close friends that enhanced her life as she enhanced theirs with her humor and generosity.
In 1959, Margaret moved from Portland to Palm Springs where she proudly reminisced about her many years working with Mayor Bogart. In 1964, she moved to Santa Barbara and spent many years working for the Santa Barbara School District in the Title One program and subsequently there retired in the mid 1970's.
Throughout Margaret's long and vibrant life her greatest loves were tennis, music, cooking, cards and being with her family and friends. She was a very special person, a loving human being and the family matriarch, she will be tenderly missed and forever remembered by all whom she loved and the many that she touched.
Graveside services will be held Friday, April 16th at 1:00 pm at the Santa Barbara Cemetery and all who loved her are invited to come and remember her.

STEVENS, Maria Christina
passed away peacefully April 13, 1999 in Cottage Hospital. She was born Maria Christina Setzer, November 3, 1917 in Vienna, Austria. She came to the United States in 1947 and settled in Santa Barbara.
She leaves her husband Gordon Stevens of Santa Barbara and her daughter Karin Marie Mansfield of Santa Barbara, granddaughter Leslie Marie Mansfield of Berkeley, California and a grandson, Adam Mansfield of Miami, Florida. She also has several nephews and nieces in Austria and one sister, Erika Cameron, in the United States.
The family wishes to thank Dr Ron Ungerer for his many years of care, Cottage Hospital Nurses and staff on 5 Central, Cottage Hospital Intensive Care Unit and Goleta Valley Hospital Sub Acute. A special thank you to caregiver Lupe Chavez.
Private Graveside Services are planned. Visitation will be at Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapel, 15 East Sola Street, Friday 9:00 A M to 1:00 PM. Memorial Donation may be made to American Lung Association of Santa Barbara, 1510 San Andres, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.
Welch-Ryce-Haider in charge of arrangements.

TESSEYMAN, Elaine
Elaine F Tesseyman, died April 2, 1999 in San Francisco. Wife of the late Charles Tesseyman and sister of the late Joseph Mitchell. Cousin of Inez Antrim, Catherine F Eckles, Donald Fox and Steven Fox. Member of the Society of California Pioneers, SF Garden Club and California Heritage Council.
Memorial Service will be helf Thursday, April 22, 11:00 AM at St Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco. McAvoy O'Hara Company.

GUNTERMANN, Elizabeth Garrett
died peacefully at home on April 14, 1999. She was born in White Plains, New York, on September 12, 1924. She attended Northfield School and graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina, prior to working with CBS Radio in New York City.
She is survived by her husband, Anthony Guntermann; her daughter, Janet Wilson Hartzell; her stepchildren, Penelope Guntermann, Christopher Guntermann, and Holly Guntermann; five grandchildren; her brother Dr Norman Garrett of Greensboro, NC; her former husband, John M Wilson; and many other loving family members.
Betty enjoyed being active; she won honors in tennis, was an ardent ocean sailor and competent helmsman, a determined golfer, and enthusiastic private plane co-pilot and navigator. Her interest in people, cultures and places enhanced the many travels she made. She enjoyed economics and market analysis. She also donated considerable time and energy to volunteer work for the Oakland Art League, the Santa Barbara Yacht Club, Laguna Blanca School, and other community organizations. She was a member of the La Cumbre Country Club.
Betty loved life and lived it to it's fullest with a sparkle in her eye and a smile on her face. She was gracious, warm and loving with a generous gift of hospitality. Her respect for others encouraged their self-esteem without invading their privacy. She had a love of beauty, an irrepressible sense of humor, an inquisitive intelligence, a profound integrity and an optimistic perseverance. She was a lovingly devoted mother and friend to her daughter Janet. Her grandchildren were her constant delight and joy. Above all, she was a loving partner, friend, and true companion to her husband Tony.
A reception for family and friends in celebration of her life will be held at 4 pm, Sunday, April 25, at the La Cumbre Country Club. Memorials can be sent to Hospice of Santa Barbara or to CALM.

CARLSON, Veronica E (Betty)
age 87 of Santa Barbara, passed away peacefully after a brief illness with her family by her side on April 15, 1999.
Born March 16,1912 in Canton, IL, she grew up in Rockford, IL. She moved to San Bernardino, CA in 1946 with her husband Les and daughter Carolyn. In 1978 Betty and Les moved to Santa Barbara to be closer to family. They were married for 54 years until his death in 1992.
A loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and great-great grandmother, she was proud to say she was the beginning of a five-generation family of "girls". She loved flowers, music and dancing, and all of God's little creatures.
She will be lovingly remembered by those surviving, a daughter, Carolyn McAlister of Santa Barbara; grandson Robert McAlister of Orcutt; granddaughter Patti (Larry) Philip of Goleta; great-grandson Johnny Philip; great-granddaughter Leslie Philip; and great-great granddaughter Ashley Philip, all of Goleta. She is also survived by a sister Eva Krivitski of Rocktord, IL and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial graveside service will be held Wednesday, April 21 at 11:00 am at Calvary Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to MADD, or the charity of your choice.
Arrangements handled by Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels.

CASTILLO, Daniel Lee
passed away on April 6,1999. Danny was born at Cottage hospital to Nadine and David Castillo. He attended elementary and secondary schools in the Santa Barbara area. He was a loyal friend, a trusted brother and a loving Father. A good Man and a Bad boy. He was known to all as a Big Hearted guy who would always be willing to help a friend in need. He worked in the offshore oil business for many years. He was a hard working man who's absence will be missed by his crew.
He is survived by his Fiance, Erin McCahey of Tucson, Arizona, his two sons Kegan and Colby, his three brothers David, Rick and Gilbert. Danny also had two lovely sisters Kathy and Sandra. David Castillo senior passed away last year and is now joined by a son who adored him in life. In spirit they are reunited and in peace may they rest.
Memorial will be held at Toro Canyon Park on Saturday for family and friends.

HALL, Dovie Legan
99, died Saturday, April 17, 1999 at the Cascade View Rest Home in Bend, OR.
Mrs Hall was born on Sept 29, 1899 in Long Lane, Missouri to Samuel and Amanda Rose Legan. She spent most of her life in Fillmore and Santa Barbara, moving to Corvallis, Oregon in 1980.
She is survived by her son & daughter-in-law, Robert and Geneva Hall of Bend, Oregon, and her daughter and son-in-law Barbara and Clint Stillman, of Lompoc, and several nieces and nephews.
At Mrs Hall's request, there was no services and inurnment was private.

JEWELL, Stanley
1908-1999
Stanley Jewel passed away on Good Friday, April 2, 1999 in Santa Barbara, California. He was born in Galveston, Texas on August 14, 1908. He graduated, with honors from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1929, and attended the law schools of Harvard University, and the University of Southern California.
Prior to World War II, and upon graduation, he worked for the District Attorney of the City of Los Angeles. During World War II, he worked for The United States Government in the Office of Price Administration, where, during, the course of business, he was responsible for closing several of Mickey Cohen's nightclubs.
After the War, he entered private practice, and during the early 1950's, he represented the Municipal Motorcycle Officers of the State of California. In the late 1950's, he moved his, practice to Beverly Hills, and was involved in divorce law. Among his clients was Jackie Gleason.
He moved to Hope Ranch in 1957, when he entered corporate law as General Counsel for Aerophics, originally a subsidiary of Studebaker-Packard, and later, General Motors. In 1961, he moved to La Jolla, where he became Vice President/General Counsel for San Diego Gas & Electric. In 1970, he re-entered private practice, moved back to Santa Barbara, Montecito, where eventually he became a leading expert in "Living Trusts," and was a featured lecturer.
He maintained his UCLA connection by being a guest speaker in the Roscoe Pond trial procedure class at the law School. He was an original contributor to Pauley Pavilion.
He was a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist, where he maintained an active participation. First Reader in Santa Barbara; Past President of the Board of Directors for Beverly Hills Santa Barbara and La Jolla; on the Institutions committee and the Albert Baker Foundation of the Christian Science Church. He sent his daughter and son to Berkley Hall School, and son to Principia High School.
He celebrated his fiftieth wedding anniversary to Eugenia Marlowe Clayton at The Coral Casino Club with friends and loved ones from throughout the USA. Nancy and President Ronald Reagan honored them with a letter of congratulations, unable to attend because of illness.
Words are hopelessly inadequate in describing the quality and character of Stanley Jewell, as an attorney, as a family man, and spirituality. As an attorney, he embodied pride with professionalism; integrity with intelligence; honor with honesty; thoroughness with thoughtfulness. As a family man, he personified devotion with dedication; loyalty with love; security with stability. He was loving, and was loved. His humor was infectious. Spiritually he was an absolute believer that his life direction was steered by God.
He is survived by his loving children, daughter Kathleen Holland, San Rafael, California, and son Stanley E Jewell, Houston, Texas; granddaughter Lynne Clayton Jewell, Austin, Texas; and his brothers, Hollis and Royce. Special gratitude is expressed to two truly loving friends: Margo Osherenko and Jack Holland, both of Santa Barbara, California.
His goodness and greatness will not only be missed by family but also by loving friends.
There will be no services, and in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in his behalf to My Friends Foundation, PO Box 25294, Houston, Texas 77265-5294.
Arrangements made by Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels.

PARKS, F Ernest
died April 17, 1999.
He struggled with Parkinson's Disease for over 40 years but it rarely dampened his sly good humor and his triumphant love of life. He was defined instead by his devotion to his wife, children and grandchildren and by his strength, intelligence and warmth which he applied so generously to all he encountered. Following in his own father's footsteps he became a pharmacist and later a successful award-winning salesman and divisional manager for ER Squibb & Sons in Michigan and Ohio until a diagnosis of Parkinson's led to his early retirement at age 50. He was a life-long and passionate Democrat and after his retirement he continued to lead an active and stimulating life of reading, travel, conversation and friendships. He was supported in all of his pursuits by his wife's loving and careful attention. He took immense pleasure from the company of his children and grandchildren, many of whom live locally, and who all in turn derived great joy from his strong and abiding love.
Although he is predeceased by his daughter, Kitty, he is survived by his wife Sally, his children Gregg (Betsy), Mary Ann (Don) and Brad (Lisa) and his grandchildren Jon, Alexis, Caleb and Caitlin.
Visitation will be held tonight 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels, 15 East Sola St. A Graveside service will be held on Wednesday, April 21, 11:00am at Calvary Cemetery. Arrangments by Welch-Ryce-Haider Funeral Chapels.


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