Elizabeth Sloan Tyler, an artist whose paintings are in corporate and private collections across the United States and Europe, died of heart failure on April 16 at her house on Hand Lane in Amagansett. She was 96.
Patricia Myers, the first woman to serve the Amagansett Fire District as an emergency medical technician and the former owner, with her husband, of McKendry’s Pub, which operated for a quarter-century on Amagansett’s Main Street, died on...
Helen Marie Coady, who grew up in Wainscott and once worked as a bookkeeper for The East Hampton Star before working as a typesetter in Palm Beach, Fla., died on April 25 at home in Noblesville, Ind. She was 85 and had cancer.
A graveside service for Robert Mott, who died on Dec. 8 at Richmond University Medical Center on Staten Island, will be held on May 16 at 11:30 a.m. at Green River Cemetery in Springs. Mr. Mott, who was known as Buzzy, was 66.
Frank E. Thompson, who worked for Sag Harbor Village for 20 years, died of a massive heart attack on April 25. His death occurred while he was walking his beloved chihuahua, Cody, in the backyard of his home in Riverhead. He was 61.
Sharon E. Gentile of East Hampton “was known by the people in her life to love, laugh, and dance for joy,” her family wrote. She died on April 14 in San Diego following what her family said was a long illness.
Ann Adele Watson, 88, a lifelong resident of East Hampton who had worked at the old East Hampton News Company and the Bank of the Hamptons, died on Sunday at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.
Summer theater brought Thomas J. O’Mara to the South Fork, and after settling in East Hampton he continued to be involved in community theater for many years, both onstage and building scenery and sets.
Jacqueline Kuykendall, a nearly lifelong Springs resident who was remembered for her many kindnesses and generous spirit, died on April 22 in Pleasanton, Tex., where she had lived for the last two years with a daughter.