Obituaries

Josephine DiSunno, who died at Southampton Hospital at the age of 95 on Tuesday, will be remembered, her family said, for her generosity, indomitable spirit, and devotion to family, church, and community.
Walter Allan Lee, a bank trust officer who grew up in East Hampton, died last Thursday at his winter residence in The Villages, Fla. He was 83 and had been in declining health for several years.
Sloane Shelton, an actress who had voluminous credits but may be best known on the East End for having portrayed the fierce mother of a Bonac fisherman in the world premiere of Joe Pintauro’s adaptation of Peter Matthiessen’s “...
Michael C. Volk loved Montauk and his East Lake Drive residence, and had no interest in living anyplace else. One of the aspects of the hamlet that most thrilled him, his son said yesterday, was playing a round of golf at Montauk Downs.
A graveside service in memory of Bonnie Lee Cullum, who died in February at the age of 71, will be held on Oct. 10 at 11 a.m. Ms. Cullum, who had cancer, was a 1961 graduate of East Hampton High School. She worked as the office manager at Robert E...
Earl Edmund Arrington, a successful real estate broker for over half a century, died on Sept. 9 at home in Sag Harbor.
Maryse Armin Wyatt, who graduated from East Hampton High School in 1949 after having spent her childhood in Brooklyn, died on Sept. 11 at home in Greenfield, Mass.
Harvey M. Brown of Worcester, N.Y., who grew up in East Hampton and once worked at the Startop Ranch in Montauk, died on Aug. 21.
Nancy S. Weintraub, who, along with her husband, Max Weintraub, was well known among East Hampton restaurant goers as one of the duo behind Cafe Max, died on Monday after a long illness.