Obituaries

A funeral Mass for Marie Burns of Sag Harbor will be said at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in that village on Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
A graveside service for the well-known painter of local landscapes will be held on Wednesday afternoon.
Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, professor emerita at the University of Michigan, a historian of early 19th century France and the French Revolution, who was known for research on the early printing press and was the first resident scholar, in 1979, of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress, died at home in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 31 at the...
Thomas B. Dornhofer, a maritime engineer who had traveled the world by sea, died on Feb. 1 at the Woman’s Christian Association Hospital in Jamestown, N.Y., after a heart attack. He was 67.
Margaret Fromm, a longtime resident of Amagansett who was known for her handmade crafts, died on Feb. 13 surrounded by family at the Gardens of North Port, an assisted living home in Florida.
Elive Arnán, who lived in East Hampton for about 10 years in the 1970s and had visited her extended family here frequently, died on Feb. 7 in her hometown of Fort Collins, Colo.
James Peter Fabrizio, a former resident of Springs, died on Saturday in Madison, Wis., three days after his 25th birthday.
Msgr. Thomas J. Hartman, a Catholic priest affiliated with the Diocese of Rockville Centre who was known as Father Tom, died on Tuesday night.
Jean R. Sinenberg, an antiques dealer who owned Georgica Creek Antiques in Wainscott for 30 years and organized shows on the South Fork for four decades, died at her daughter’s home in Bridgehampton on Monday of respiratory failure.
Frank A. Almeraz of Springs was a union-trained electrician who built his own business from the ground up to support his family and was proud of having worked on several high-profile projects on the South Fork.
Carol Ann Bradley, a 35-year resident of Springs and an active member of St. Peter’s Chapel there, died on Dec. 30.
John G. Nicholas, an advertising executive and producer whose credits included the first television commercials for the Ford Mustang, died of congestive heart failure on Sunday at Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Conn.
George T. Dracker, who made East Hampton his home for almost 70 years and worked as a linotype operator for The East Hampton Star for 14 years, died on Feb. 3 at his house on Dayton Lane.