Santa Monica Obituaries

Santa Monica Obituaries

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  • Wednesday Feb 22 | via The Bandera County Courier 

    Hugh Lloyd Lewis

    Hugh Lloyd Lewis, born in 1932, died recently in Santa Monica, California where he and his wife Hazel Leah have lived for many years. Hugh was preceded in death by his parents Archie and Sallie Lewis, his brother Don and his sister Grace.


  • Friday Feb 17 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    'Walking While Black' documentary aims to bridge gap...

    Promotional trailer for the documentary "Walking While Black." The film explores the relationships between law enforcement and the communities around the country .


  • Friday Feb 17 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Gloria J. Robillard

    Massena: Gloria J. Robillard, 86 of Alvern Ave., passed away on Wednesday evening, February 15, 2017 at Massena Memorial Hospital. There will be no calling hours.


  • Friday Feb 17 | via Tehachapi News 

    John Alfred Lagle, 1957 - " 2017

    Father Wes Clare of St. Jude's in the Mountains Anglican Church will be providing the service on Feb. 25, 2017, at 3:30 p.m., at Mountain Bible Church, 630 Maple St., Tehachapi. John was born in Santa Monica.


  • Thursday Feb 9 | via Tehachapi News 

    Shirley May Cain Brunner, 1951-2017

    Shirley May Cain Brunner, 65, of Spring City, Utah, returned to her Heavenly Home on Friday, Jan. 27, 2017 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was a resident of Tehachapi for 32 years.


  • Tuesday Feb 7 | via 

    Rest in Peace: Richard Hatch

    Some sad news arrived to end the day this evening "Battlestar Galactica" star Richard Hatch has passed away at the age of 71. The Golden Globe-nominated Hatch, who was born May 21, 1945, in Santa Monica, California, had been battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer, according to THR . Along with appearing in both the original "Battlestar Galactica" TV series as well as the show's mid-2000s reboot, Hatch graced the horror genre a few times, most notably in Unseen Evil, Chatter, Season of Darkness , and Alien Hunger .


  • Friday Feb 3 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Bock, Glenn Harley

    Jan. 27, 2017 Visalia Glenn Harley Bock was born in Santa Monica, California, on May 26, 1929 and then raised in Visalia, California. Glenn lived in Fresno half of his life, working in the auto and truck parts industry.


  • Monday Jan 30 | via Los Angeles Times 

    Harold Rosen, creator of satellite that helped resha...

    Harold Rosen, shown through a showcase of models of his satellites at his home in Santa Monica in 2013. At a moment in the Cold War when it seemed the Soviet Union was eclipsing America in space, a young engineer at Hughes Aircraft was hatching an audacious plan to permanently surpass the communists.


  • Monday Jan 30 | via Newsday 

    Mary Tyler Moore cause of death revealed after actre...

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  • Friday Jan 27 | via LA Daily News 

    Porn industry trailblazer William a Papa Beara Margo...

    That phrase graced Margold's business card and his Twitter page. And in his 73 years Margold, who died Jan. 17, created quite a character.


  • Jan 20, 2017 | via New Urban Legends 

    'NCIS: Los Angeles' Actor Miguel Ferrer Dead at 61

    Ferrer, who was battling throat cancer, was the son of singer Rosemary Clooney and actor Jose Ferrer, as well as the cousin of George Clooney. Actor Miguel Ferrer, who appeared in seven seasons of the CBS crime drama series NCIS: Los Angeles , has died at age 61, according to a statement from the network: Actor Miguel Ferrer passed away peacefully in his home this morning [19 January 2017] after losing his battle to cancer.


  • Jan 9, 2017 | via San Gabriel Valley Tribune 

    Pioneering stuntwoman Paula Dell, 90, to be remember...

    A memorial service will be held today in Culver City for circus acrobat and pioneering Hollywood stuntwoman Paula Dell, who died earlier this month at age 90. Dell was a charter member of the Stuntwomen's Association of Motion Pictures and was active in the group until a few years ago. The group called Dell “a true stunt legend in a day when women didn't really even have a chance to do stunts.” “If you are a working stuntwoman today, you owe part of your career to her,” according to the group.