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.
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.
Jack Ingram deLashmet, a renowned landscape architect and garden designer whose sense of humor and courtly Southern manner charmed friends and clients, died at Good Shepherd Hospice in Port Jefferson on Sunday after a long illness.
John Michael Kennedy, a criminal trial lawyer who gained national attention representing Ivana Trump in her divorce from Donald Trump in the early 1990s, died at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in Manhattan on Monday of cancer.
Elizabeth Bowser, whose lineage and devotion to history propelled her to work for the East Hampton and Eastville Historical Societies and to have an impact on the understanding of Native American, African-American, and colonial crafts and culture, died at the age of 96 at Southampton Hospital on Dec. 17.