“To two exceptional women of Sag Harbor: Mrs. Russell Sage, who gave the village its wonderful library, and Dorothy Sherry, whose hard work and devotion have done so much to enrich it.”
Edith P. Daniels’s children remember her as a mother and homemaker who believed so strongly that “family is everything” that she found deep contentment in simply gathering with them and their kids at the East Hampton house she lived in for the past...
Irene Attinello was living in Montauk with her son and his wife, Margaret Attinello, when she died on April 3 of complications of a stroke she’d had in January. She was 89.
The family of Gary F. Darenberg of Montauk, who died on Friday, will receive vistors today from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton.
Word has been received of the death of John C. Louise of Sag Harbor, at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital last Thursday. He was 90. An obituary will appear in a future issue.
An enthusiast with boundless energy, Michael Lynne can be said to have not ever lived his life on the sidelines. The former film studio head, winery proprietor, and dedicated supporter of arts organizations on the East End died on March 24 from...
John C. Craft, the owner of the former Ocean View Farm in Montauk, who had been employed with his father at John A. Craft Real Estate and Insurance on Main Street in Montauk and also started a construction company, Custom Craft Homes of Montauk,...
Joan M. Carpentier Hevey, who lived on Norfolk Drive in Springs, died on March 24 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue after a long illness. She was 73.
John R. McCaffrey, an art lover who had collected work by East End artists since the 1960s, died of lung cancer on March 25 at his home in Bridgehampton. He was 87.
Ms. Rogé, who was 66, died in her sleep at home in Montauk on Friday. The cause of death was undetermined, pending results of an autopsy.
Linda Willard Barrett of Springs, an accomplished baker who frequently delivered care packages of brownies and cookies to post office workers, veterinarians, doctors, and other members of the community, died on March 19 of complications from cancer...
Jordan Metzger of East Hampton died of complications of a stroke on Sunday at the Long Island State Veterans Home in Stony Brook. He was 89 and had been living there for five and a half years.
Ms. MacDonald, who was 71 and lived in Montauk for over 40 years, died on Dec. 10 after a brief illness.
Nancy E. Parsons, a longtime East Hampton resident who moved to California 13 years ago, died of pancreatic cancer at home in Los Angeles
Mr. Remkus was known for telling stories that would leave his customers and friends, including those in the Sag Harbor Fire Department, where he was a longtime member, laughing out loud.
The artist and writer Ruth Jacobsen was a hidden child during the Holocaust after her parents fled with her from Germany to Holland.
Guy Ladd Frost of Roslyn and Springs died last Thursday of Lewy body dementia at the Sands Point Center for Health and Rehabilitation in Port Washingon. He was 85.
A wake was held on Sunday at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton, with a Mass following on Monday at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk. Mrs. Kenny was buried at Most Holy Trinity Cemetery in East Hampton.
Janet Snowden Wainwright, who had been head of the law department at MCI, a telecommunications company, died of lung cancer on March 6 at her home in Takoma Park, Md. A longtime summer resident of Wainscott, she was 71 and had been ill for four...