Obituaries

Rossetti Perchik, a Springs architect and supporter of community causes through the Clamshell Foundation, which he founded, died on May 7 of cancer. He was 65.
Jack D. Storm held a degree in civil engineering and put it to good use, working his way up to become chief of rail planning for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, where he oversaw the conception, design, and construction of the PATH rail system during the 1960s.
Antonio Cuesta, a hairstylist and native of Argentina, died at home in East Hampton on Sunday. He was 73 and had been ill with several ailments. A private memorial for family and friends will be held on May 29. Friends have been asked to get in...
Louisa Chase, a painter who came to prominence in the 1970s with the ascent of the Neo-Expressionists, died of cancer on May 8 at home in East Hampton. She was 65 and had been ill for seven years.
Carl Hans Tiedemann II, an East Hampton resident whose long career in investment banking included founding a firm that helped finance successful hedge funds and a trust company that became a model for the industry, died at his New York City home on...
Funeral services for Eugene A. Damon, who lived for many years on Egypt Lane in East Hampton and who died on Nov. 11 in Jacksonville, Fla., at 86, will be held at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton at 1 p.m. on May 21.
John R. Beedenbender, a trap-shooter, custom stock designer for shotguns, and longtime member of the Maidstone Gun Club, died last Thursday at the North Broward Medical Center in Pompano Beach, Fla.
Rossetti Perchik of Springs, an architect and founder of the Clamshell Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports community causes and sponsors the Great Bonac Fireworks and an annual sandcastle contest, died on Saturday.
Julian Calvert Eisenstein, a professor of physics, died at home in Washington, D.C., on April 27 at the age of 95.