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May 2007: Ernest McBride, Sr., LB NAACP Co-Founder, Passes At 96

Jan. 2007: NLB Community Activist Martha "Mike" Croft, Passes

Nov. 2006: Elisa Gigliotti, Recalled On Touching Website

Nov. 2006: Perspective: Prof. Milton Friedman, Sic Transit

Nov. 2006: Retired 8th district Councilman Edd Tuttle Passes Away

Nov. 2006: LBCC Professor Elisa Gigliotti, Critically Burned In Terrible Traffic Crash, Has Passed Away

Oct. 2006: Remembrances & Crowd Overflow At Memorial For Kate Stephens

Oct. 2006: Person Beyond A Name: Recalling Pedestrian Fatally Struck By Police Car

Oct. 2006: Pedestrian Crossing Ocean Blvd. Near Intersection With 36th Pl. Is Struck & Killed By Police Car

Sept. 2006: Long Beach Honors Life of Lois Clark

Sept. 2006: Ralph Story, Sic Transit

The City Council adjourned its Sept. 19 meeting (on motion of Councilman Patrick O'Donnell) in honor of longtime Los Altos resident Lois Clark, who has passed away. Mrs. Clark was known to countless LB residents as the wife of retired LB Mayor/multi-term Councilman and current LBCC trustee Dr. Tom Clark. Vice Mayor Bonnie Lowenthal and Mayor Bob Foster joined in expressing their condolences and those of the entire City to Dr. Clark and his family.

Sept. 2006: Dick Hugg ("Huggy Boy") Passes, Longtime Area Radio Host Popularized R&B That Became R&R

May 2006: Tori Busch, Belmont Shore Omnipresence, Passes

July 2005: George Ghiotto, LB Neighborhood Volunteer/Activist, Sic Transit

July 2005: Veteran LB Activist Joanne O'Byrne, Sic Transit

Jan. 2005: Former CSULB Prof, LB Community Activist, Richard McLaughlin, Sic Transit

Nov. 2004: Former Signal Hill Resident, KABC "Ken & Bob Co." Radio Engineer "Waco Pat" Passes

Sept. 2004: Bill Ballance: Sic Transit

Aug. 2004: Hunter Hancock Dies, 1950s-era DJ Heard on LB Station (and others) Broke Taboos, Showed Mainstream A

January, 2002: "Ski" Demski Ailing, But Hopeful After Beverly Hills Cardiologist Offers Help Following LA Times Article

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