Torrance Obituaries

Torrance Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Torrance, CA

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  • Yesterday | via Daily Times 

    Marsha M. Sparks

    Marsha M. Sparks, age 70, passed away Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at the family home. She was born on July 17, 1946, in Torrance, California.

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  • Sunday Jun 11 | via The Press-Enterprise 

    Hot-rod scion Vic Edelbrock Jr. dies

    Vic Edelbrock Jr., who spent five decades at the helm of the Torrance-based company started by his father and was considered a visionary in the high-performance auto parts industry, has died. He was 80. Edelbrock passed away Friday at his home in Rolling Hills from what a company Facebook post attributed to complications from a recent cold.

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  • Sunday Jun 11 | via LA Daily News 

    Vic Edelbrock Jr., 1936-2017: Built Torrance high-pe...

    Vic Edelbrock Jr., who spent five decades at the helm of the Torrance-based company started by his father and was considered a visionary in the high-performance auto parts industry, has died. He was 80. Edelbrock passed away Friday at his home in Rolling Hills from what a company Facebook post attributed to complications from a recent cold.

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  • Sunday Jun 11 | via The Daily Breeze 

    Hot-rod scion Vic Edelbrock Jr. dies, leaving Torran...

    Vic Edelbrock Jr., who spent five decades at the helm of the Torrance-based company started by his father and was considered a visionary in the high-performance auto parts industry, has died. He was 80. Edelbrock passed away Friday at his home in Rolling Hills from what a company Facebook post attributed to complications from a recent cold.

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  • Saturday Jun 10 | via AutoWeek 

    Vic Edelbrock Jr 1936 2017Vic Edelbrocks, Junior and...

    "It's with deep sadness that we announce the untimely death of our visionary and leader Vic Edelbrock Jr.," the company website read. "Vic passed away this evening from complications following a recent cold.

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  • May 18, 2017 | via Easy Reader News 

    South Bay art calendar for May 18 to 24

    The Manhattan Beach City Council unanimously approved a $2.5 million redesign of the nearly 100 year old Roundhouse Aquarium by famed aquarium architects Cambridge Seven, of Boston. Avalon Kennedy, Sylvester Northcole and Emma Hallon walked along the beach south of the Manhattan Beach pier Saturday afternoon in steampunk dress to assess the public's reaction to people whose appearances violates conventional norms.

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