Obituaries

   John Lorie Stuart, known as Jeb to his many friends, was a man of the sea. He grew up in Montauk where he became a gregarious part of the local tribe of surfers. He was a lobsterman, a merchant seaman, and a decorated Coast Guard petty...
   Madge T. Lester of Sandra Drive in Springs, who was her husband’s fishing partner and a cook who lent her skills to local restaurants, died at Southampton Hospital on April 17. She was 74 and had been ill for a long time.  ...
    An obituary in last week’s paper for Helen Louise Freytag failed to mention some of her survivors. Mrs. Freytag died on April 12 at Southampton Hospital after suffering a number of health issues in recent years. In addition to...
   Carole Kasbar Bulman died at her house in Wainscott on April 18 following a long battle with cancer. She was 70 years old and had been ill for nine years.     Mrs. Bulman was born in Brooklyn on March 21, 1943, to Adel...
   Visiting hours for John Donohue of East Hampton will be held on Monday from noon to 1 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton. A funeral Mass will follow at 1 p.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church.   ...
   Richard James Johnsen, an 83-year-old Amagansett resident who enjoyed gardening, deep-sea fishing, and clamming, died of respiratory failure on April 11 in Boynton Beach, Fla.     Born in the Bronx on Dec. 26, 1929, to...
    Sarah Hoyt Wethington, an Amagansett native who went to school there and at East Hampton High School, died on April 12 in Morgan Hill, Calif. The cause was leukemia, her family said.     She was born in Amagansett to...
    “Montauk is filled with magic, mystery, and miracles,” Eugenia Rice Bartell once wrote. She shared her love of the place with the children of St. Therese of Lisieux church before embarking on a career in real estate,...
    Friends and family of William G. Field have been invited to a celebration of his life to be held at the American Legion post in Amagansett on April 28 at 2 p.m. Mr. Field, who was born in Springs and had been an East Hampton...