James B. Jeffrey, an Episcopal minister whose life work included serving people in prison and patients undergoing medical care in New York area hospitals, establishing the AIDS ministry at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital.
Lawrence William Brown, a career ad man who did work for several leading New York agencies and came up with creative campaigns on the South Fork, died on June 29 at Stony Brook University Hospital. The cause was a heart attack and pneumonia, Cabell Smith, a friend, said. He was 68.
Dorothy Scott Moss, a life master of bridge born in Amagansett on Nov. 10, 1926, died at her Mill Hill Lane house in East Hampton on June 30 after years of declining health. Death was attributed to natural causes.
Carol Bock, who was at the center of a large circle of family and friends, died last Thursday after losing consciousness at home on Oakview Highway in East Hampton. She was 76 and had been in declining health, her family said.
Grace Dominy Renkens started her 20-year teaching career in a one-room schoolhouse in upstate Leeds, N.Y., at a time when the older children would load the classroom’s coal stove and cook soup for the younger ones’...
Brenda A. Grodski, a gardener, proprietor of the Long Island Perennial Farm in Riverhead, and a great supporter of veterans’ causes and other charities, died of liver failure on May 18 at New York Presbyterian Hospital. She...
A graveside service for Dorothy Moss of Mill Hill Lane, East Hampton, who died on Sunday, will be held at Cedar Lawn Cemetery in East Hampton at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow. An obituary for her will appear in a future issue.