Obituaries

Christopher Stuart Taylor, a boat builder who most recently worked at Three Mile Harbor Marina in East Hampton, died of a heart attack on Feb. 1 at Southampton Hospital. He was 46.
Lyndon Wood English, a computer programmer in the early days of the science, died of Alzheimer’s disease at his San Diego home on Feb. 5. Raised in East Hampton Village, he was 73 and had been ill for several years.
Edward Henry Arnold, a civil engineer who helped construct the Delaware Aqueduct for the New York Board of Water Supply, died of primary myelofibrosis at home in San Antonio, Tex., on Monday. A frequent summer resident of Montauk, he was 92.
Robert T. Griffin died of cancer at home on Jan. 11. He was 71.
Mrs. Clark, who was known as Buzzy, was also a fan of the New York Times Sunday crossword puzzle and active in civic causes throughout her life in addition to being a wife, career woman, and mother of seven children. She died on Jan. 20 at home on...
Albert C. Riggs Jr., a businessman and historian who collected old boats, cars, and houses, died at home in Santa Fe, N.M., on Jan. 13. He was 94 and had been a Sag Harbor resident for 20 years.
Robert Warren Sucsy, a family doctor who practiced in East Hampton for more than 20 years, died at home in Blue Hill, Me., on Jan 9. He was 94 and had been attended in his final days by his wife of 30 years, the former Corinne Byers.
Deborah Binion Cahn McIntosh, who spent her childhood and young adult summers in East Hampton, died unexpectedly in her sleep at home in East Falmouth, Mass., on Jan. 10. She was 71 and had been in robust health. The cause was not known.
Ethel Kennedy Marran, a longtime summer resident of East Hampton who had been a member of the Devon Yacht Club in Amagansett, died on Saturday at her home in Vero Beach, Fla., surrounded by family, caregivers, and her loyal canine companion, Mister...
Judith Ann Blake, a longtime resident of Montauk who moved to Riverhead in 2008, died at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue on Friday of complications of diabetes. She was 74.
Mr. Wiegand, 91, died in Manhattan last Thursday of cancer. A burial and a graveside service for him will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Fort Hill Cemetery in Montauk.
Elizabeth Ann Carroll of East Hampton, who was said to be the first female sea captain licensed by the Coast Guard, died of cancer on Dec. 31 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue. She was 82, and had been ill for four years.
Thomas Xavier Giaccone, a por-trait artist, died of complications of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases at his home in Wainscott on Jan. 8. An Army veteran who served in the Korean War, he was 90 years old and had been ill for some time.