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Calvary Cemetery
199 North Hope Avenue
Santa Barbara , CA 93110
(805) 687-8811
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Paul Lehman ? Rochester

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
James Lehman (Beverly Spittell) of Rochester and Mark Lehman (Brigitte Brown) of Lakeville; three grandchildren, Emma Lehman of Boston, Mass., Erin Lehman of Duluth and Beverly Lehman of Santa Barbara, Calif.; nieces; nephews; and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; five brothers, Walter, Herbert, Willard, Harold and Robert; and five sisters, Leone (Throndson), Hazel (French), Thelma (Purvis), Dorothy (Neumann) and Mildred (Hayden).Paul will be dearly missed by his family and friends.Paul's body was cremated and his ashes will be interred at Oakwood Cemetery at a later date.A celebration of Paul's life will occur March 3, 2012, at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Rochester beginning at 5 p.m.The family prefers memorials to the Ronald McDonald House (850 Second Street S.W., Rochester, MN 55902)... (Post Bulletin)

Obituary for KIRSHNER

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Eric joined the family along the way. Marcelle graduated from Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1981 and received a Bachelor's degree in English from Westmont in Santa Barbara, California in 1985. She fell in love with California and lived there the rest of her life. Marcelle is pre-deceased by her father Bubba McLeod and her precious nephew Tommy Lang. She is survived by her daughter Geneva Grace Kirshner and her son Giles McLeod Kirshner of Westlake Village, California; by her parents Carolyn and Eric Lanphere of Albuquerque, New Mexico; by her sister Kimberly McLeod Lang of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Kim's twin daughters Margaret Kimberly "Maggie" Lang and Brittany Lanphere Lang of Scottsdale, Arizona; and by her brother Eric Lanphere, his wife Debbie, and their son Daniel, all of Corrales, New Mexico. Marcelle also leaves behind her children's father Shaun Kirshner; seven sets of adoring aunts and uncles in the states of New Mexico, Texas, and Washington, as well as several cousins and their families across the United States. In addition, Marcelle is survived by her good friend Jeff Kaake and his son Jeremy; her long-standing surrogate brother-in-law Rob Young; and devoted friends too numerous to count. Her faithful companions Mocha and Checkers, her Wheaton Terriers, also miss Marcelle-a lot. The family thanks so many people for their love and care of Marcelle. Special mention must go to the wonderful, nurturing caregivers of Buena Vista Hospice Care Services. In addition, the family thanks the faculty, school counselors, coaches, and teachers of Oaks Christian School in countless ways, but especially for their crucial role in laying down the rock-solid foundation of Christianity in both Geneva and Giles. The Truth of God's Word is forever deeply entrenched in these children, and we are so grateful that they know the Lord and have the sure and certain comfort of knowing that they will, indeed, be reunited with their beloved mother one day. Our deep gratitude also goes out to Marcelle's countless, devoted, precious friends. They built a strong fortress of support and encouragement around her, as she endured the suffering and hardships of the terrible disease, which she herself named "Goliath." Marcelle is now in Paradise. While we will miss her beautiful smile and silly, witty antics until God calls us Home to join her, we will remain forever grateful for the limitless, pure joy that she brought to each and every one of our hearts and lives. Services in celebration of Marcelle's life will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 10:00 AM at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 32111 Watergate Road, Westlake Village, California 91361. The nearest major cross streets are Westlake Boulevard and Lakeview Canyon Road. Pastor Dave Gudgel of Palo Alto, California will conduct the service. A reception will be held following the church service at the Napa Tavern Restaurant, located at the corner of Westlake Boulevard and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. Marcelle's family will scatter her ashes over the beau... (Albuquerque Journal)

Harry Morgan, ‘M*A*S*H’ and ‘Dragnet’ Actor, Dies at 96

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Golden Boy,” starring Luther Adler, in a cast that also included Karl Malden. After moving to California in 1942, he was spotted by a talent scout in a Santa Barbara stock company’s production of William Saroyan’s one-act play “Hello Out There.” Signing a contract with 20th Century Fox, he originally used the screen name Henry Morgan, but changed Henry to Harry in the 1950s to avoid confusion with the radio and television humorist Henry Morgan. Mr. Morgan attracted attention almost immediately. In “The Ox-Bow Incident” (1943), which starred Henry Fonda, he was praised for his portrayal of a drifter caught up in a lynching in a Western town. Reviewing “A Bell for Adano” (1945), based on John Hersey’s novel about the Army in a liberated Italian town, Bosley Crowther wrote in The New York Times that Mr. Morgan was “crude and amusing as the captain of M.P.’s.” He went on to appear in “All My Sons” (1948), based on the Arthur Miller play, with Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster; “The Big Clock” (1948), in which he played a silent, menacing bodyguard to Charles Laughton; “Yellow Sky” (1949), with Gregory Peck and Anne Baxter; and the critically praised western “High Noon” (1952), with Gary Cooper. Among his other notable films were “The Teahouse of the August Moon” (1956), with Marlon Brando and Glenn Ford, and “Inherit the Wind” (1960), with Spencer Tracy and Fredric March, in which he played a small-town Tennessee judge hearing arguments about evolution in the fictionalized version of the Scopes “monkey trial.” In “How the West Was Won” (1962) he played Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. After a personable performance as Glenn Miller’s pianist, Chummy MacGregor, in “The Glenn Miller Story” (1954), starring James Stewart, he often played softer characters as well as his trademark hard-bitten tough guys. There were eventually a number of comedies on his résumé, among them “John Goldfarb, Please Come Home” (1965), with Shirley MacLaine and Peter Ustinov; “The Flim-Flam Man” (1967), with George C. Scott; “Support Your Local Sheriff!” (1969), with James Garner and Walter Brennan; and “The Apple Dumpling Gang” (1975), a Disney movie with Tim Conway and Don Knotts. He returned as Bill Gannon, by now promoted to captain, in the 1987 movie “Dragnet,” a comedy remake of the series starring Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks. Mr. Morgan’s television credits were prodigious. He once estimated that in one show or another, he was seen in prime time for 35 straight years. Regarded as one of the busiest actors in the medium, he had continuing roles in at least 10 series, which, combined with his guest appearances, amounted to hundreds of episodes. He reprised the role of Sherman Potter in “AfterMASH” (1983-85), a short-lived spinoff. Among the later shows on which he appeared as a guest star were “The Love Boat,” “3rd Rock From the Sun,” “You Can’t Take It With You,” “Murder, She Wrote” and “The Jeff Foxworthy Show.” Mr. Morgan’s first wife, Eileen Detchon, died in 1985 after 45 years of marriage. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Bushman, wh... (New York Times)

Robert C. Pierpoint, CBS reporter covered Korean War, 6 presidents

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
Saturday in California, his daughter said. He was 86. Mr. Pierpoint, who retired in 1990, died of complications from surgery at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Marta Pierpoint said. He suffered a broken hip Oct. 12 at the Santa Barbara Retirement Community, where he lived with wife Patricia. After making his name covering the Korean War—a role he reprised when he provided his radio voice for the widely watched final episode of “MASH” in 1983—Mr. Pierpoint became a White House correspondent ... (The Buffalo News)

Robert Pierpoint, 86, Dies; Correspondent for CBS News

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
CBS News correspondent who brought a human-interest touch to coverage of the Korean War and later reported on six presidents, from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Jimmy Carter, died Saturday in Santa Barbara, Calif. He was 86. Maggi Castelloe, via The Robert C. Pierpoint Collection at the University of Redlands Robert Pierpoint reported from the White House as a CBS correspondent in the early 197... (New York Times)

Joan Wentz

Tue, Aug 30, 2011
She is survived by her husband, Richard E. Wentz of Flagstaff, son, Reed Warren Alpert of New York City, daughter, Julie Wood, son-in-law, Warren Wood and two grandsons, Koby and Noah, all of Santa Barbara, California. Joan graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in philosophy from Stanford University and a master's degree in library science from the University of California at Berkeley. She married Bernard Alpert in 1954 and lived with her family in San Francisco. As a Zen practitioner for over 40 years, Joan was a member of the San Francisco Zen Center, the Mountain View Zendo and studied and... (Arizona Daily Sun)

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