San Diego Obituaries

San Diego Obituaries

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  • 1 hr ago | via KFMB-am 


    A man who allegedly murdered the proprietor of an East Village flooring-materials store at the victim's downtown business while wearing a Halloween-style old-lady mask is in custody, facing charges of murder and robbery. San Diego police reported Thursday.


  • Yesterday | via KFMB-TV San Diego 

    Man dies after Mission Beach building fire

    One of the two people injured in Tuesday's fire that engulfed second-floor residential units above a Mission Beach ice cream shop has died, according to the Medical Examiners office. According to the Medical Examiner, the 36-year-old male died Tuesday night from his injuries.


  • Saturday Oct 13 | via KFMB-TV San Diego 

    Beer pioneer Bill Coors dies at 102

    Bill Coors, a pioneer in the American brewing industry and former chairman of the Adolph Coors Company, died peacefully at his home Saturday at 102. Bill Coors began working for his grandfather Adolph's brewing company in 1939.


  • Friday Oct 12 | via 10News 

    Autopsy details McLaren crash on I-805

    SAN DIEGO - An autopsy performed on the teenager known as McSkillet is providing details about his mental state before he crashed his McLaren on Interstate 805 in San Diego, killing a mother and daughter. Trevor Heitmann, 18, died on August 23 when he drove the wrong way on the freeway in University City at 100 miles an hour.


  • Wednesday Oct 10 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune 

    Alex Spanos, longtime Chargers owner, dies at 95

    Alex Spanos, pictured at the Hall of Champions Sports Museum in Balboa Park on April 24, 2002. Chargers owner Alex Spanos, a plain-spoken, self-made billionaire from Stockton who bought a majority stake in the NFL football club in 1984, died Tuesday morning, the team announced.


  • Tuesday Oct 9 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune 

    Remembering Alex Spanos, part of Greatest Generation

    Alex Spanos with his wife Faye before a Chargers game in December 1984, the first year he owned the franchise. Alex Spanos with his wife Faye before a Chargers game in December 1984, the first year he owned the franchise.


  • Tuesday Oct 2 | via KFMB-am 

    Las Vegas Shooting: Remembering the victims and hero...

    SAN DIEGO Monday was a day of prayer and remembrance in Las Vegas for the victims and survivors of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival one year ago. On October 1, 2017, Stephen Paddock was killed by police after he fired from his Mandalay Bay hotel killing 58 people including San Diegan Jennifer Irvine.


  • Sunday Sep 30 | via Northwest Herald 

    Welke, Don

    Don Welke Don Welke, 75, who was currently residing in San Diego, CA, died after a long struggle with Diabetes. He died Wednesday, September 19, at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, CA.


  • Sunday Sep 23 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune 

    Walk to End Alzheimer's draws 3,000 participants, ra...

    The 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's on Sunday drew about 3,000 participants to Crown Point Park in Mission Bay. The 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's on Sunday drew about 3,000 participants to Crown Point Park in Mission Bay.


  • Saturday Sep 22 | via The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York 

    Dolores Arline Dobbins

    Dolores Arline Dobbins, 90, formerly of 160 Bowen St., Jamestown, passed away at 6:26 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.


  • Thursday Sep 20 | via NBC San Diego 

    Vigil for Hurricane Maria's Anniversary Held at Hous...

    SEPTEMBER 25: A damaged home is seen as people deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Maria on September 25, 2017 in Levittown, Puerto Rico. Maria inflicted widespread damage across Puerto Rico, with virtually the whole island left without power or cell service.


  • Thursday Sep 20 | via The Review 

    Muriel Ward

    Muriel L. Ward, 93, of Park Ave., passed away at 8:52 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 at St. Elizabeth Health Center, Youngstown.


  • Thursday Sep 20 | via Norwalk Reflector 

    Pvt. Glenn Wright passes away at San DiegoHere are t...

    Private Glenn Wright, 18, a U.S. Marine, died Tuesday, Sept. 14, in the Naval Hospital at San Diego, Cal.


  • Wednesday Sep 19 | via 10News 

    Caltrans worker dies after fall from SR-163

    SAN DIEGO - A Caltrans worker died after falling several stories while doing work on state Route 163 Wednesday morning. A Caltrans crew was performing landscaping and street-sweeping on southbound SR-163 when one of the workers fell about 50 feet, landing on a grassy area near the transition road to Interstate 805.


  • Wednesday Sep 19 | via KFMB-TV San Diego 

    Caltrans worker dies after falling from I-805 overpa...

    A Caltrans worker was injured Wednesday when he fell several stories from an overpass on State Route 163 in the Kearny Mesa area, officials said. It happened shortly after 3 a.m. on southbound State Route 163 near the connector ramp to Interstate 805, California Highway Patrol Officer Jim Bettencourt said.


  • Sep 15, 2018 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune 

    Deadly weekend overdoses of cocaine laced with fenta...

    Five people overdosed - including three who died - last weekend after taking cocaine laced with fentanyl in two beach communities, authorities said Friday as they warned that more of the deadly drug may still be on the street, and not just in cocaine. But in giving the warning, District Attorney Summer Stephan said officials are "seeing a a dangerous trend of drug dealers and cartels cutting various drugs with fentanyl."


  • Sep 15, 2018 | via San Diego NewsCape 

    Cocaine Laced with Fentanyl Leads to Deaths, Overdoses

    Local law enforcement and health officials are warning the public about a spate of deaths in beach communities connected to cocaine laced with the highly-potent and often deadly drug fentanyl. This past weekend three people died, and two others overdosed but survived, related to the ingestion of what initial toxicology results show was cocaine laced with fentanyl.


  • Sep 12, 2018 | via NBC San Diego 

    Joey is Why: Surfer Inspires Encinitas Bar, a Beer &...

    Tucked inside The Patio on 101, a beachy but modern eatery on the corner of the bustling intersection at Pacific Coast Highway and Encinitas Boulevard, is a bar called Himmelberg's. The bar's namesake, Joey Himmelberg, is the reason American National Investment -- the company behind The Patio on 101 and other San Diego eateries -- chose to sponsor this year's American Heart Association Heart & Stroke Walk in San Diego on Saturday.


  • Sep 11, 2018 | via Channel3000 

    Ardyth Adams

    SPARTA/MESA, ARIZ.-Ardyth Adams passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2018, at Heritage Village Assisted Living in Mesa, Ariz., at the age of 97. Ardyth is survived by her daughter, Becky Hurley of Mesa, Ariz.; granddaughters, Lisa and Veronica Hurley; great-grandsons, Richie and partner Rafa, Anthony and Angelo; great-great-grandson, Corey, all of San Diego, Calif.; brother, Darrell Walker; sister, Orpha Dittberner; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Adams; parents, Raymond and Mildred Walker; brother, Ervin; sisters, Baby Alice and Minolla Meyers and husband James; and grandson, Jimmy Joseph.


  • Sep 10, 2018 | via KFMB-TV San Diego 

    Woman drives car into bank in Rancho San Diego

    A car smashed into a bank in Rancho San Diego on Monday when the driver reportedly mistook the gas pedal for the brake. The woman driving hit the gas by mistake as she was approaching the Bank of America branch located at 2930 Jamacha Road.