Obituaries

Henry John Flohr, an Army veteran and longtime East Hampton resident, died in the Hospice and Palliative Care branch of the Northport V.A. Medical Center on Saturday. He had been diagnosed a year ago with stomach cancer and was in hospice care for a...
Jennifer Anne Balnis, a former East Hampton resident who had moved to Mount Pleasant, S.C., recently, died at home on Sept. 16. The cause was brain cancer, her family said.
Bradley Stanley Marmon, the longtime owner of White’s Pharmacy, one of East Hampton’s oldest businesses, died on Sunday morning, some two weeks before he would have celebrated his 92nd birthday.
Lydia Shaternik, who first came to Montauk when she married a Russian whose family lived there, died on Friday of complications from a gastrointestinal illness at Southampton Hospital.
Visiting hours will be held at the Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home in Northport, where he grew up, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Miriam Hammer was “perky and loving to the end,” according to her family. An exceptional cook who lived with her family on Gardiner’s Bay in Springs, she often presided over a dinner table of 20, as well as “clambakes and...
Doris Geneva Franzone died at home in Montauk on Aug. 23, surrounded by her family. She was 88 and had developed heart disease six months ago. Ms. Franzone met her future husband, Lawrence Franzone, in New York City when she was working at Stouffer...
Visiting hours for Ray Cappiello, who died on Friday, will be held on Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Raynor and D’Andrea, 683 Montauk Highway in Bayport. A funeral Mass will be said on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic...
William E. Havens Jr., a 12th-generation bayman and almost lifelong Amagansett resident, died on Sept. 28 in Boca Raton, Fla., after a series of illnesses.
Rose Mae Clark, an 11th-generation resident of East Hampton and Amagansett who was known for helping the needy, died at home of cancer on Oct. 6 at the age of 73.
Donald Swanton of Dayton Lane, East Hampton, a recognized expert on investment tax credits, died on Sept. 23 at Southampton Hospital of coronary thrombosis.
Thomas J. Leo, a character actor and comedian, died on Saturday at the Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead of complications of late-stage dementia. He was 80.
Bonnie Jacobson, a therapist in private practice in Manhattan for more than 40 years and an adjunct professor of applied psychology at New York University, died at the age of 74 at Lenox Hill Hospital on Sept. 30 after a long illness.