Santa Cruz Obituaries

Santa Cruz Obituaries

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  • Tuesday Apr 26 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel 

    Watsonville council OKs construction of two hotels, ...

    Elite Developments will build a Hampton Inn among other businesses on a 7.3-acre West Beach Street property. WATSONVILLE >> The Watsonville City Council voted 7-0 Tuesday night to recommend approval of the construction of a service station, four restaurants and two hotels on the former site of the Indalex aluminum factory at 1715 W. Beach St. The unanimous vote capped the most significant accomplishment in Charles Montoya's first six months as city manager and highlighted his ability to successfully negotiate with the agricultural community.


  • Saturday Apr 23 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel 

    From tragedy, a mother builds hope and a new Watsonv...

    WATSONVILLE >> Joell Mower stands inside a former sheet metal fabrication business at the corner of Prospect and Madison Streets. Before her, a pair of dark blue overalls hangs on the door to a small washroom.


  • Friday Apr 15 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Horton, Marian Lee

    Marian Lee Horton April 03, 2016 Santa Cruz Marian Lee Horton got her wings on April 3rd, 2016. After a battle with Parkinson's disease, she is finally free and at peace.


  • Tuesday Apr 12 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel 

    Cops and Courts: April 12, 2016: Watsonville teen id...

    Authorities respond to a 17-year-old from Watsonville who was found face down in the ocean off Palm Beach on Wednesday. Hernan Lazaro-Jimenez was identified Monday as the 17-year-old from Watsonville who died after he was found unconscious in the ocean off Palm Beach, according to the Santa Cruz County Coroner's Unit.


  • Friday Apr 8 | via Mercury-Register 

    Death notices received April 8

    CHRISTY: Former Chico resident Martha Christy, 62, of Redding, died Sunday, April 3, 2016, in Redding. Arrangements are under the direction of Allen and Dahl Funeral Chapel of Redding, 243-1525.


  • Mar 25, 2016 | via Davis Enterprise 

    Ruth Eloise (Oliver) Brown

    "Got any cookies?", was a daily emphatic question of Ruth Eloise Brown up until she died in her home of 64 years on March 6, 2016 just short of her 100th birthday. Even when she said very little all day, she still occasionally blurted out those familiar words.