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Santa Barbara News-Press : The Rev. Wilkes, who enjoyed researching Egyptology along with ancient religions and philosophies, died Nov. 24. In declining health, he retired from the pulpit in July 2004 after 35 years with the congregation. He previously ministered in Oakland and Ventura.

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The Rev. Wilkes, who enjoyed researching Egyptology along with ancient religions and philosophies, died Nov. 24. In declining health, he retired from the pulpit in July 2004 after 35 years with the congregation. He previously ministered in Oakland and Ventura.


December 2, 2005 1:00 AM

The Rev. Wilkes, who enjoyed researching Egyptology along with ancient religions and philosophies, died Nov. 24. In declining health,



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