John L. Niles Sr., 84, who coached powerhouse Bridgehampton High School Killer Bees boys basketball teams in the 1980s, died Saturday in Conway, S.C.
Daniel Justman, a well-known psychoanalyst, died of Alzheimer’s disease at home in Manhattan on Nov. 15.
Marie Norkin Warach, a former president of the Artists Alliance of East Hampton and a longtime resident of Springs, died in New York City on Nov. 18.
Margaret Lewis, a longtime member of Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton who had 7 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren, died at Southampton Hospital on Friday.
Norman Charles Pickering, an inventor, musician, musical instrument maker, and acoustical researcher, died at home in East Hampton on Nov. 18.
Vivian Holder was “a very elegant and sophisticated woman,” said her daughter, Corey Ann Holder of East Hampton. Ms. Holder, who came from Brooklyn to East Hampton in the 1980s to care for her mother and thereafter lived on Three Mile...
Carol Jane Crowley, a lifelong Bridgehampton resident who grew up on a potato farm on Scuttlehole Road, died at the age of 93 on Nov. 1 at home on Lumber Lane.
Jean Gollay, a writer and editor, whose work appeared in The Readers Digest and The New York Times as well as The East Hampton Star, died in Venice, Fla., on Nov. 4, about a month shy of her 98th birthday.
Jeffrey S. Taylor, a real estate developer and the mayor in Chatham Township, N.J., for eight years, died on Oct. 18 at home in East Hampton.