Obituaries

Dr. Martin Small’s Family Invites the Community to a Celebration of Life Service

Dr. Martin Small of Burbank passed away peacefully with his family by his side this past week, he was 88 years old.

Obituary: Ed “EJ” Pape Jr.

Ed 'EJ' Pape Jr., first freshman to play varsity baseball at Burroughs, passed away on Dec. 10. Burbank native is remembered by family and friends for his tenacity at sports and loving spirit. His lifelong motto was to protect and serve

Zonta Club Recognizes Carol Liu as its 2016 Woman of the Year

Senator has worked with agencies to collaborate services to help veterans, seniors, the formerly incarcerated and domestic violence victims

Icon Garry Marshall Dies at 81

A fixture in the Burbank/Toluca Lake area for decades, Falcon Theatre owner was involved in some of the biggest comedy hits in television and movie history

Barbara Sykes: Community Supporter, Wife, Mother

Burbank loses a selfless supporter of family and the community.

Lois McMillan: Tiny Tots and Crafts Teacher for Burbank Parks

She was known for turning egg cartons and glitter into magical treasures

Burbank, Burroughs Lose Major Leaguers

Frank Sullivan from Burbank High and Ron Stillwell of Burroughs High both made it to 'The Show'

Obituary: James Woodburn, Burbank Public Works Chief Engineer

He spent 34 years with the City of Burbank where he served in many roles within the Public Service department including chief engineer from 1951-85

Longtime Coach, Resident, Ron Rossiter Dies

At the time of his passing, Ron was still coaching his men’s softball team on Tuesday nights

Mary Jane Strickland, Founder of the Burbank Historical Society, Passes Away

Longtime city historian Mary Jane Strickland dies seven weeks after her husband, Harry Strickland, passes away. Together the couple built the Gordon R. Howard Museum to house the city's vital records, artifacts and photographs.

Harry Strickland Dies at 100

Harry Strickland protected and served as a Burbank police officer and detective and was instrumental in preserving the city's history

Actor Killed by Metrolink Train

Police report that on Saturday at about 4:05 pm, actor George Gregory Plitt Jr. was struck by a southbound Metrolink Train, north of the Magnolia Boulevard Overpass