obituaries

       Laurie Nan Soroka, a lover of animals, antiques, and Jewish studies, died at home in East Quogue on Nov. 27 of complications of a spinal cord injury. She was 61 and had recently moved there after having lived in...
    Leonard Joseph Smalling, who for 30 years worked in East Hampton for the phone company that came to be called Verizon, died on Dec. 11 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md., of a brain aneurism. He was 70....
       Richard Charles Hoadley, who had been comptroller and senior vice president of the First National Bank of East Hampton, died on Nov. 26 at the Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach, Fla. His death was due...
    James Louis Lloyd, a science teacher at the Montauk School for a decade, died in Arlington, Tex., on Nov. 18 of throat cancer. He was 56 and had been ill for seven months.
    Kathryn Ciccariello, who owned Seven Sons Landscaping in Montauk with her husband, Thomas Ciccariello, died on Nov. 27 at Stony Brook University Hospital. She was 59 and had ovarian cancer for three and a half years.  ...
Lee A. Hayes, who was trained as a B-25 bomber pilot with the famed Tuskegee Airmen during World War II, but found it impossible to land a job in commercial aviation because of the color of his skin after returning home, was remembered at a funeral service on Monday.    
Mary E. Hamma, an active member of the Sag Harbor community where she had lived for 25 years, died at Southampton Hospital on Sunday. She was 87 and had Parkinson's disease.
    Mary E. Hamma, a 25-year resident of Sag Harbor Village, died at South­ampton Hospital. She was 87 and had Parkinson’s disease.     The daughter of Irish immigrants, Mrs. Hamma was born in the Bronx on...
    Eva Mae Collins, a native of Montauk whose extensive collection of lighthouse replicas was displayed some years ago at the East Hampton Library, died on Dec. 3 at the Westhampton Care Center. She was 88, and had been in failing...