Obituaries

    Linda E. Martin, a childhood resident of East Hampton, died surrounded by family and friends on May 1 in Charlotte, N.C., after a four-month battle with a particularly aggressive form of cancer. She was 51.

    Patrick Masone was a fighter, said Russell Masone, his son. He fought to regain his health so that he could remain in his house, on North Delphi Road in Montauk, with his son.
    “He really fought...

    Ruth Holcomb, a former model and education activist who was active in volunteer work throughout her life, died at Southampton Hospital on April 24. She was 82 and had recently suffered a stroke.

    Stella Kremer, a retired marriage and family therapist who had lived for many years in Barnes Landing and Elmont, died on May 3 in hospice in Delray Beach, Fla. She was 85 and had been receiving treatment for acute myeloid...

    Tim Lee, a Springs photographer and artist whose eye and sense of design were revealed not only in his photographs but in his collection of “vintage industrial” antiques, his sculptures made from them and from...

    An obituary for Madge R. Lester that appeared in the April 25 issue omitted three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and three step great-grandchildren from among her survivors.
    Ms. Lester and...

    Eugene Wolsk, a producer of Broadway and Off Broadway shows, general manager in the 1970s of the New York Shakespeare Festival, and devoted man about Montauk, died last Thursday at 84.

    Foye Forbus (Bob) Black Jr., a former year-round resident of Amagansett who was a longtime member of the Professional Golfers Association and a “scratch golfer,” meaning that his handicap was zero, died of natural...

    Mary Pritchard Durkin, who for 35 years spent her summers in East Hampton, died at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan on May 1. She was 72 and had lung cancer.
    Mrs. Durkin lived on the...