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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

Diane Berger, Former Bret Harte Principal

Ms. Berger retired in June of 2008, after a distinguished career as an educator in Burbank and after serving as principal of Bret Harte Elementary School for 16 years

Cancer Battle Claims Loved Burbank Resident Jeri Buliavac

Friends gathered and sang her favorite Christmas Carols outside her house two days before she passed.

Marlan Andrew Guiliacci

Longtime Burbank resident and community volunteer

Burbank Legend, Golf Pro Phillip Scozzola Passes Away

In 1970 he became the Golf Professional for the City of Burbank at the DeBell Golf Course, a position he remained in for 31 years

Long Time Resident Charles Herbert ‘Herb’ Vincent Dies

Charles Herbert "Herb" Vincent was family man, Realtor and a Bulldog

Funeral Services Set For Former Mayor Al Dossin

Al Dossin elected in 1985 Mayor in 1988 passed away this week.

Obituary: Dominic “Nick” V. Georgino

Nick Georgino graduated from John Burroughs High School and played on the 1955 varsity basketball team that was inducted into the Burroughs Hall of Fame in 2012.

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