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Charles W. Gallanti

Charles W. Gallanti, who started his own HVAC company in Bridgehampton, died on Dec. 22 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 77 and had Lewy body dementia.

Jan 11, 2024
Christian Johnson

Robert (Christian) Anton Johnson, an actor and musical theater performer who later was a D.J. and program director for WLNG Radio, died in his sleep on Dec. 13 at the Westhampton Care Center. He was 85.

Jan 4, 2024
Anna Palmer

Anna Elizabeth Gorton Palmer, a nurse who worked for two decades at the East Hampton office of the Suffolk County Health Department, died on Dec. 7 in Beverly Hills, Fla. She was 94.

Jan 4, 2024
Walter Schwab

Walter Schwab, who for 50 years ran a uniform company in New York City that his father had founded, died at home in Sagaponack on Dec. 15. He was 94.

Dec 28, 2023
For David Marshall

The time of a graveside service for David Marshall, who died on Dec. 12, has been changed. The service will take place at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery in East Hampton on Friday at 11 a.m.

Dec 28, 2023
Eileen Grubb

Eileen M. Grubb of Springs, a “beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend, colleague, mentor, and dedicated professional,” died at home last Thursday of Stage 4 small-cell lung cancer. She was 73.

Dec 28, 2023
Barbara Randazzo

Barbara Randazzo, a retired fashion stylist who had traveled extensively in her career, died in hospice care in Manhasset on Nov. 2. Formerly of Montauk, she was 84.

Dec 28, 2023
Andrew T. Strong

Andrew Strong, described by his family as “a father who found his greatest contentment raising his three children, a husband married to his best friend and soulmate, a beloved friend, and a lawyer who fought for justice, human rights, and freedom,” died of a heart attack on Dec. 11 in The Hague. Formerly of East Hampton, he was 43.

Dec 20, 2023
David Marshall

David Marshall, who had served as the assistant basketball coach at the Ross School under Kelly McKee in his retirement, died of cancer on Dec. 12 in Southampton. He was 69 and had first been diagnosed about 20 years ago.

Dec 20, 2023
Grace McTurk

Grace McTurk of Montauk, “the last of the old guard,” her family said, died in her sleep on Dec. 11 in Viera, Fla. She was 104 and had not been ill.

Dec 20, 2023
Pat Mansir

Pat Mansir, who served three terms on the East Hampton Town Board and had a reputation reflecting her “willingness to think for herself,” died on Dec. 10 of complications of heart disease. She was 77.

Dec 20, 2023
Services Announced for Andrew Strong

Visiting hours for Andrew Strong, formerly of East Hampton, will be held at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in Sag Harbor on Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. A celebration of his life will take place Friday at 10 a.m. at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church parish hall in East Hampton.

Dec 19, 2023