Obituaries

    As a teenager, Robert Byrnes lived in the Montauk village located on Fort Pond Bay at the time. It was during Prohibition and he was known to help local bootleggers on occasion.
    Mr. Byrnes died at...

    Albert P. Pontick, a pioneer veterinarian in towns from Riverhead to East Hampton, died on July 24 at the Southampton Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing, just a few months short of his 99th birthday. The cause was renal...

    Andy Neidnig, the runner here whom everyone in the sport looked up to, died Monday at Southampton Hospital at the age of 93.
    Aside from a brief period in his mid-40s, Mr. Neidnig, who moved to Sag...

The family of Skip Cannon, a Montauk resident who died on April 10, 2011, will release his ashes into the Atlantic Ocean during a surfboard paddle-out, at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Those interested in attending have been invited to 69 Surfside Avenue...

    Visiting hours for Charles T. Re of Wireless Road in East Hampton will be at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. There will be a funeral Mass for him at Most Holy Trinity...

    Esther Kartiganer, who began a distinguished career in television as a temporary assistant at CBS and rose through the ranks to become a senior producer with the network’s flagship “60 Minutes” news show,...

    Kenneth J. Wilson, a 20-year veteran of the New York Police Department who lived on East Lake Drive in Montauk for more than 30 years, died of melanoma on July 23 at Southampton Hospital. He was 73.

    Nancy Reutershan, a member of East Hampton’s Ladies Village Improvement Society for half a century and a resident since 1948 of the village, died at home on Cedar Court on July 25. She was 84.

    Andrew A. Weiss, an East Hampton High School graduate and former president of the Peconic chapter of the American Institute of Architects, died of a heart attack on July 25 in Riverhead, where he was staying. He was 63....