Obituaries

David Joseph Buckley, who settled in East Hampton after serving in the Air Force first at the Montauk station in 1948 and then in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952, died in Boynton Beach, Fla., on Friday.
Barbara Halliday King, a 12th-generation member of the Schellinger family, died at home on Widow Gavits Road in Sag Harbor on Feb. 18, her 62nd birthday.
David M. King died on Feb. 11 at Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan. He was 62. His family, friends, and fellow Springs firefighters remembered him as being “fiercely loyal, dedicated, committed, and generous.”
Fritz Hubner of Montauk died at home on Feb. 17. He was 84 and had been in and out of the hospital for the past few years.
George Damien Mullan, an Irishman who served with the U.S. Air Force in Arizona for three years and ultimately settled in Montauk, died on Feb. 26 in Jupiter, Fla., after a short illness. He was 75.
Jose Lenin Sanchez, a resident of Montauk for 32 years, died on Feb. 22 in West Palm Beach, Fla., where he and his wife wintered every year.
Ruth M. Steckowski, who worked for many years at the Amagansett Farmers Market, died on Monday at Southampton Hospital, where she had been admitted the previous day. She was 88.
Clara Bennett Windsor, who traced her roots to the early settlers of East Hampton, died of congestive heart failure on Friday at the Iroquois Nursing Home in Jamesville, N.Y. She was 90
Viewing for Ed Drohan will begin on Saturday.
A service is to be held today at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in Sag Harbor, from 12 to 2 p.m., for Percy King, a former resident of Sag Harbor and East Hampton, who died in his sleep at his apartment in Selden on Feb. 15 of an apparent heart attack. He was 70 years old.
Eileen Mary Kim, a Montauk native and member of the large Kenny family there, died at the age of 64 at home in Queensbury, N.Y., on Feb. 18.
Ted Stanley Hubbard, a Montauk landscaper who was inspired by the natural world and all things Native American, died on Monday in Montauk. Mr. Hubbard, who was 49, was “a free spirit,” his family said, who had traveled across the United States and into Mexico. He settled for a time near Gardner, Colo., where he volunteered at a wolf sanctuary,...
Barbara J. King, who was born Barbara Halliday, died at her home in Sag Harbor on Saturday. It was Feb. 18, her 62nd birthday.