William Blois Seal, who was born in Long Beach on June 14, 1924 at Seaside Hospital, passed away Friday, March, 15, 2013. He died peacefully […]
Rae Fullen, mother-in-law of 8th District Long Beach Councilmember Rae Gabelich, passed away on Oct. 30 2011, after a two-week period of fighting to regain […]
The man for whom Bixby Knolls’ Tuttle Cameras is the namesake passed peacefully at home on March 12, 2011.
Last weekend, the city of Long Beach lost one of its leaders who, in recent months, worked diligently to protect the city’s redevelopment funds.
Tom Murtaugh, a 25-year resident of Signal Hill, died peacefully in his sleep of respiratory failure on Feb. 16, 2011.
George V. Hurte, a longtime resident of Signal Hill, passed away peacefully on Jan. 13, 2011, surrounded by loved ones. He was 83.
District 28 State Senator Jenny Oropeza, whose representation included Long Beach, died Wednesday night at Long Beach Memorial Hospital at the age of 53.
Dr. Jeanne E. Bader, Ph. D, retired gerontology program director at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), died Monday, Sept. 20.
Five days after retiring from the Long Beach Police Department’s Senior Police Partner Program, to which she had served 10 years, Rita Jennings passed away.
By Rachael Rifkin Staff Writer Ethel Mae McCallen, a 56-year Signal Hill resident, businesswoman, and wife of former Signal Hill Councilmember Marion “Buzz” McCallen, passed […]
Local longtime community activist Gail Murchison Powell, who died on April 19 in Long Beach at the age of 68, will be posthumously honored as […]
Submitted by Casey Carver James “Jim” Fontaine, who served almost 30 years over two different career paths at the Long Beach Police Department, died in […]
Paul Stuart Kemner died March 1, 2010 of heart failure at the age of 88 in Long Beach, California. Born April 22, 1921 in Minneapolis, […]
Friendly, honest and fair, William Bernard “the Dood” Eastman was a supportive father, husband and local business proprietor. As the owner of A-1 Home Appliance, […]
After more than 20 years of serving as a heroine to local people living with HIV/AIDS, Suzanne Caves has passed.