A funeral Mass for Mary Sireci of Sag Harbor, who died on Saturday, is to be held Thursday morning at 10 a.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton. A graveside service will follow at the Most Holy Trinity Cemetery on Cedar Street.
The East Hampton artist was a pioneer of feminist art and one of the earliest faculty members at Cal Arts.
The author died during a physical therapy session in Sag Harbor.
Elizabeth Epstein Duboff, a volunteer social worker who spent summers in Springs as a child and later as a mother, died on June 8 at the Westchester Medical Center.
Joan Embro Bennett died on May 14 in Eugene, Ore., surrounded by her family. Described by them as “a strong woman who had struggled mightily with pain and illness for a number of years,” she was 79.
Sarah Miranda King Wethy, an Amagansett native who retired to North Carolina to be near her children, died on June 3 at the Davis Community Nursing Home in Wilmington, N.C.
Frank Zachary, a writer, editor, and art director who left a lasting imprint on Modern Photography, Holiday, Travel & Leisure, Town & Country, and other publications, died on Friday at his home in Springs.
Anand Mohan Prasad Sinha of Montauk was an accomplished sociologist and longtime professor who taught at Southampton College and Stony Brook University, among other institutions.
A Mass for James Federico of Sag Harbor, who died on Monday, will be said today at 10 a.m. at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Sag Harbor. Burial will be at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Center Moriches. An obituary will appear in a future issue.
James E. Salisbury, who lived in and around East Hampton for most of his 66 years, died on Friday at the Good Shepard Hospice in Port Jefferson.
Ralph Harrison James of Sag Harbor died at his Bayberry Lane residence on June 4, three days after his 78th birthday.
Judith Miller Mapes, a longtime resident of Springs who enjoyed writing and had had poetry and memoirs published is several books as well as The East Hampton Star, died on March 15 in Asheville, N.C., at the age of 90.
Richard Andrew Ferrara Sr., a barber who served three generations of clients in East Hampton, died at Southampton Hospital on Saturday.