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Obituaries

Stephen L. Friedes

Stephen L. Friedes, M.D., of East Hampton died of pancreatic cancer at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue early Tuesday morning.

Apr 9, 2020
George Nicholas, 83

George Nicholas, who, along with his wife, Stacey, was the owner and operator of the Sunset Cove Marina and Cottages on Three Mile Harbor in Maidstone Park, East Hampton, died of complications from a fall on March 28.

Apr 9, 2020
John Gordon Noakes

John Gordon Noakes, an award-winning advertising executive and a summer resident of Montauk, died on March 23 after having a stroke at a hospital in New Canaan, Conn.

Apr 9, 2020
Ira Washburn, 92

Ira Hedges Washburn Jr., a former Ford Motor Company executive who lived on Windmill Lane in East Hampton, died on March 23 at Peconic Landing in Greenport.

Apr 9, 2020
James H. Loper Jr.

James H. Loper Jr., a lifelong East Hampton resident until his retirement in 1997, died last Thursday at home in Hurlock, Md.

Apr 9, 2020
Kathleen Ann Surrey

Kathleen Ann Surrey, a night manager at Montauk Manor for many years, died of liver failure on March 16 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.

Apr 9, 2020
Barbara Ann Johnson

Barbara Ann Johnson, who when young began summering on Jefferys Lane in East Hampton Village with her four siblings and her parents, Thomas A. and June Hess Kelly, and who later made the village her year-round home, died at the age of 87 on April 1 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. She had been ill for about a year.

Apr 9, 2020
Ruth Appelhof, Guild Hall Director

Ruth Appelhof, the director at Guild Hall from 1999 to 2016 and an art history scholar, died last Thursday at home in Springs after living with leukemia for two years, according to her husband, Gary Adamek. She was 80.

Apr 9, 2020
Ruth Appelhof, Former Guild Hall Director, Dead of Cancer

Ruth Appelhof, the director at Guild Hall from 1999 to 2016 and an art history scholar, died on Thursday at home in Springs after living two years with leukemia.

Apr 3, 2020
Nicholas R. Grimshaw

Nicholas R. Grimshaw, who practiced psychotherapy and hypnotherapy at his home office on Pleasant Lane in East Hampton Village, died on Feb. 16 of inoperable Stage 4 lung cancer at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. He was 65 and had lived with the condition for almost two years.

Apr 6, 2020
Ed Porco and Joan Powers Porco Died Four Days Apart

Ed Porco and Joan Powers Porco, longtime residents of Montauk who more recently lived at Peconic Landing in Greenport, died last week of Covid-19 within four days of each other. They had been ill for two weeks.   

Apr 2, 2020
Ed Porco, Former Montauk Resident, Dies of COVID-19

Ed Porco, a former Montauk resident who had been living at Peconic Landing on the North Fork with his wife, Joan, died of COVID-19 on Tuesday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.

Mar 27, 2020