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Laura M. Hegner, 56

Laura Marie Hegner, who grew up in Montauk and graduated from East Hampton High School in 1983, died of a heart attack at home in Coram on Jan. 2. She was 56 years old.

Jan 14, 2021
Natalie Hahn, 88

Natalie Hahn, who worked as a licensed real estate broker in East Hampton for 31 years and was a longtime member of the Choral Society of the Hamptons, was remembered this week for her passion, optimism, intellect, and loyalty.

Jan 14, 2021
Robert P. Devlin, 54

Robert P. Devlin, an owner of the Clam and Chowder House at Salivar's Dock in Montauk, died of liver cancer on Dec. 15 at home in that hamlet. He was 54 and had been ill for two months.

Jan 14, 2021
Steven P. Balcuns, 49

Steven P. Balcuns, who grew up in Montauk, died of heart failure on Dec. 29. He was 49.

Jan 14, 2021
For Laura Hegner

A funeral Mass for Laura Hegner, 55, of Coram, will be said on Sunday at 1 p.m. at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk with burial to follow at Fort Hill Cemetery. Ms. Hegner, a former resident of Montauk, died in her sleep on Saturday. An obituary will appear in a future issue of The Star. 

Jan 7, 2021
Juliana Nash, 81

Juliana C. Vandervloed Nash, a native New Yorker who owned houses on Montauk Highway in Amagansett and Flaggy Hole Road in Springs, died at home in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan on July 11. She was 81 and had been ill with lung cancer for eight months.

Jan 7, 2021
Philip W. Hummer

Philip Wayne Hummer, a summer resident of East Hampton who had a wealth management company for nearly five decades, died at home in Chicago on Dec. 18. He was 89 and had been ill with cancer for three months.

Jan 7, 2021
Kathleen Gosman

Kathleen E. Gosman of Montauk died on Dec. 29 at the Fairview Avenue house she shared with her husband of 60 years, Emmett Gosman. Mrs. Gosman had been diagnosed with cancer eight months ago. She was 79.

Jan 7, 2021
Jack S. Kelleher, 66

Jack S. Kelleher, who worked with the East Hampton branch of Saunders and Associates for 12 years, until 2017, died in Santa Fe, N.M., on Dec. 11. He was 66 and had contracted Covid-19 three weeks earlier.

Jan 7, 2021
James Gleason Conzelman III

James Gleason Conzelman III, who spent summers in East Hampton with his wife and their three children, died at his house in Fairfield, Conn., on Dec. 25 of bile duct cancer. He was 58 and had been ill for six months.

Jan 7, 2021
Marillyn B. Wilson, Conservationist, 96

Marillyn Buelow Wilson, a prominent conservationist and philanthropist whose involvement with the Nature Conservancy and the Peconic Land Trust spanned five decades, died at Peconic Landing in Greenport on New Year's Day. She was 96 and had been in declining health for several years.

Jan 7, 2021
Marion Wheeler, 95

Marion Wheeler, who lived in East Hampton for the last 40 years, died at home on Montauk Avenue on Dec. 18. Ms. Wheeler, who was 95, had been ill for the past year.

Dec 30, 2020