Donna Marie Passamonte, who lived on Gingerbread Lane in East Hampton Village until 2002, died at the Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead on March 16 at the age of 57.
Barbara Peyton of East Hampton died on Monday at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.
Sean Bos, who grew up in Springs and had worked as a commercial fisherman out of Montauk Harbor at one time, died in Northbrook, Ill., on March 21 of a heart attack, his family said.
Frank Albert Hanna III, the proprietor of Frank Hanna’s International Cleaning Company in East Hampton, an Army veteran and an East Hampton native, died at home here last Thursday.
A service has been planned for Michael Semkus, a Sag Harbor coach and substitute teacher who died on March 21.
Anne Harvey Gerli, a past president of the Garden Club of East Hampton, third-generation member of the Maidstone Club, and the granddaughter of William H. Woodin, secretary of the treasury under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, died on March 3 in...
William H. Jackson of Main Street in East Hampton Village died on Monday.
A memorial service for Katharine Babinski of Sagaponack will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.
Ruth D. McCrea, a writer and illustrator who had worked for all the major New York publishing houses, died at home in East Hampton on Feb. 27, surrounded by her family.
John Horvath, a filmmaker, advertising producer, and house designer who lived in Amagansestt and Sagaponack during the 1970s and ’80s, died at a nursing home in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, on Feb. 20 of the complications of Alzheimer’s disease.
John Hudson, a longtime resident of East Hampton who worked as a fisherman in Montauk, died of cancer on Feb. 10 in Virginia Beach, Va., where he had moved in the last year.
Frederick Bridges Onderdonk, who lived in Amagansett for many years before moving to Baldwinsville in 2008, died of an unexpected illness on Feb. 21 at Longwood Regional Medical Center in Fort Pierce, Fla., surrounded by his family. He was 81 and...
Charles Emerson McKenney, 84, a Wainscott resident since the late 1970s who had a long career as a patent lawyer with the Manhattan firm of Pennie & Edmunds, died on March 1 at Palm Beach Hospice in Florida after a weeklong illness.