Visiting hours for Mary Ellen Thiele Rooney will be Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at Brockett Funeral Home on Hampton Road in Southampton, with a prayer service at 3 p.m. Burial will be private on Monday at the Sacred Hearts Cemetery in Southampton. A...
Roseanne Monaco, a resident of East Hampton for 25 years and a part-time resident of Montauk for 20 years before that, died at home in Morristown, N.J., on Jan. 25 after a long illness. She was 86.
James Robert McCrosson, who ran a real estate development and construction business in the Sag Harbor area, died on Jan. 10 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 69.
John Pellegrino, who lived on and off in East Hampton and Springs from the 1970s through the early 2000s, died in Chiang Mai, Thailand, on Jan. 24. He was 76.
Alfred G. Osterweil, an attorney who represented several police unions, died of pneumonia on Jan. 29 in Many, La. He was 86.
Vincent A. D’Angelo of East Hampton died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Jan. 8, while on his way to Sammy’s Beach, where he had gone to hunt. He was 73.
Anne Gibson Clark Washburn of Palm Beach, Fla., and a longtime summer resident of East Hampton, died in Palm Beach on Jan. 28. She was 98.
Anita Higgins Salembier, a longtime summer resident of Egypt Lane in East Hampton, died on Feb. 1 at home in Locust Valley. Mrs. Salembier was 96.
Enid Roth of New York City and Amagansett, who had a long career in television, died on Jan. 27 at the Bristal, an assisted-living facility in Holtsville. She was 87.
Dorothy Marie Avallone, 85, who had worked in upper management at the Stern’s department store in East Hampton, died of congestive heart failure at Casa de la Luz Hospice in Tucson on Jan. 26.
Christopher Louis Russo, who was the East Hampton Town highway superintendent for 18 years and had been chief of the Amagansett Fire Department and a founder of its ambulance company, died of congestive heart failure at home in Amagansett on Jan. 31...
Maurice Curran, a telecommunications sales executive who took up beekeeping in retirement, died in his sleep on Dec. 21 in Westchester County. He was 60.
William P. Rayner, a watercolorist and travel writer who was the editorial business manager of Condé Nast for 30 years, died in New York City on Jan. 22 at the age of 88.