Obituaries

    Nancy Mulinelli, who was active in the recovering community and who helped the learning-disabled members of East End Special Players, died on Aug. 17 at Stony Brook University Hospital of the complications of coronary disease,...
    Ralph O’Hear, a carpenter and enthusiastic recreational golfer who lived in Sag Harbor, died on Aug. 21 at Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. He was 46.     His family said the cause of death was POEMS...
    Known for his abstract work with neon, the artist Stephen Antonakos died in New York City of a heart condition on Aug. 17 at the age of 86. He was a longtime resident of Sag Harbor and showed regularly at the Drawing Room, a...
Eileen Roaman, a longtime resident of Accabonac Road in Springs, gardener, and former member of the East Hampton Town Planning Board and the Springs Ambulance Company, died of cancer at Southampton Hospital on Monday. She was 54, and had been ill for some time.
    Adelaide Lizza, a third-generation Amagansett native known as Tea to friends and family, died on Aug. 17 in Palm Bay, Fla., where she had been living recently with her children. She was 78 years old.     Mrs....
    Adolph Notel Jr., a former Amagansett resident who was known as Sonny, died on Sunday in Baltimore. He was 79. A memorial will be announced, and an obituary will appear in a future issue.  
    Dann Rogers Tucker, who in recent years was a year-round resident of East Hampton, died on Aug. 2 in Portland, Ore., of complications following heart surgery. He was 60 and had moved to Portland in June.
    Eugene Francis Makl, a “driving force” and active member of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, said Richard Whalen, a co-vice president of the group, died on Aug. 9 at his apartment in New York City. Mr....
    Patricia Marie Dext, who with her husband had worked in, managed, or helped build many of Montauk’s motels and restaurants, died at Stony Brook University Hospital on Sunday with her family by her side. She was 79 and had...