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Mary A. Hyer

Thu, 02/08/2024 - 11:13

Dec. 19, 1932 - Jan. 30, 2024

Mary A. Hyer, who had a 20-year career with Bridgehampton National Bank and volunteered with the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church outreach program for many years, died on Jan. 30 at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. A 44-year resident of Amagansett and East Hampton, she was 91.

Ms. Hyer enjoyed knitting and volunteered for the East Hampton Food Pantry.

She was born on Dec. 19, 1932, one of four children of Patrick McManus and the former Catherine McFadden, in Corona, Queens, and grew up there.

Ms. Hyer leaves a daughter, Marybeth Cahan of Concord, N.H. Five grandchildren also survive: Sam Cahan and his wife, Lydia, and daughter, Belle; James Cahan and his wife, Fadjidja; William Cahan and his wife, Taylor; Emma Cahan, and Owen Cahan.

Her siblings, Dennis McManus, Patrick McManus, and Kathleen Donoghue, died before her.

Ms. Hyer was cremated. A funeral Mass will be said at Most Holy Trinity on Feb. 17 at 11 a.m., with the Rev. Ryan Creamer officiating.


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