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Victor Earhart RIP

Victor Earhart RIP

With a heavy heart, we bring the news that long time 9’er, Victor Earhart, passed away this weekend. He was struck by a car while riding his motorcycle out on highway 79 Friday morning and was killed instantly. Victor worked at Sector 9 for 15 years during which time he performed a number of jobs

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Barbara Logan RIP

The ‘Original Skate Betty’ award A rose Barbara Logan, a mother, business-woman and Oceanside resident, for her contributions to the sport of skateboarding. Logan, who died re- cently at the age of 79, was known among early skateboarders as “Mother Earth Ski.” After encouraging her four children to take up skating, the family started producing

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Gabriel Rodriguez RIP

Of all the memories from my stint at @powellperalta, circa 1989-1991, those that remain the most intact relate to my experiences with the “LA Boys,” aka @gabrielrodriguez_sk8 @rudyjohnson @guymariano and Paolo Diaz. When they first arrived on the amateur team scene, I often skate chauffeured them back and forth from Santa Barbara and LA, letting them crash at my apartment

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Scott Stamnes R.I.P.

(Jan. 22, 1970 – Dec. 11, 2000) Scott was a beloved Pacific Northwest ripping skate and snowboarder. He possessed the best PMA and infectious smile. I often ran into him and skated with him around Seattle in the 90’s and even snowboarded with him randomly on Crystal Mountain in Washington. We used to laugh about being mistaken for each other because we were both long brown hair and skating and snowboarding

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Murray Estes R.I.P.

(Oct. 2023) We lost another great Surfer / Skateboard Legend, Mr. Murray Estes from San Marcos California. He’s been living in Hawaii for many years now.  I grew up with him and another great friend Rick Braning. Everyone knew the three of us were very close growing up, (like brothers)… The three of us always

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Deirdre ‘Dee Dee’ Devine – R.I.P.

Excerpt from: (Sept. 2023 – Natalie Porter) Deirdre “Dee Dee” Devine was a freestyle skater in the 1980s who lived in Los Angeles as well as Arizona. According to her friend, legendary street skater Anita Tessensohn, Deirdre was sponsored by Airwalk and Powell, as they were on the same team together. When I first

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