obituaries

    Christopher Snow, a visual artist, musician, and composer who lived in Sag Harbor and East Hampton, died on July 27 in Middleburg, Va. He was 60 years old.
    Edward Henry Rogé III, a former Montauk resident and charter boat mate, died in Pinehurst, N.C., following a one-year battle with bone and lung cancer. He was 57.     Mr. Rogé, who lived in Montauk...
    A memorial for Ronald A. Fleming of Meeting House Lane, Amagansett, who died on July 13 at the age of 72, will take place Saturday at the Amagansett Presbyterian Church at 4 p.m. The plant table at the Aug. 3 church fair was named...
    A funeral Mass for Vincent M. Preiss, 53, of Glade Road, Springs, who died on Aug. 7, will be said tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton.     A full obituary for Mr. Preiss will...
    Alice Osborne Ham, a Buell Lane, East Hampton resident who had been active in many community organizations here, died at Southampton Hospital on July 30. She was 105.     Mrs. Ham was a 35-year member of the East...
    Ann Virginia Phillips, who with her husband owned and operated East Hampton Cleaners on Newtown Lane for more than 25 years beginning in the 1970s, died on July 26 in Homosassa, Fla., following complications related to recent...
    Christopher LaGois, known to many through his company Good Neighbor Appliance Service, died on Tuesday in the house that he built himself in Sag Harbor, surrounded by his family. Mr. LaGois, who was 58, had been fighting bladder...
    Fred E. Bird, the captain of the Flying Cloud vessel based in Montauk, a member of the Montauk Boatmen’s Association, and a Korean War veteran, died at his Mulford Avenue residence in that hamlet on Tuesday. He was 85....
    Elizabeth Ann Rea, who married a Springs native and as a full-time homemaker raised four children, two of whom live in East Hampton, died of Parkinson’s disease on July 13 at the Mound Guest Home, an assisted-living facility...