obituaries

A memorial for Andrew Clark Ingraham Jr., who died on April 5 in Beaufort, S.C., will be held on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Hoie Hall in East Hampton.
Susan Oliner Russotti, an architectural consultant who had a house in Springs, died on April 5 at New York University Hospital in Manhattan of complications of ovarian cancer, her family said.
Nathaniel Wilkins Creamer, whose father, the late Francis B. Creamer Jr., was the rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton from 1978 to 1996, died of cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson, Md., on April 14, a little over a year after his father’s death.
Maureen Patricia Babin, who grew up in East Hampton but lived for a long time in South Bound Brook, N.J., died on April 26 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerville, N.J.
Florence Ann Lakeman, a familiar presence in Montauk for nearly 50 years, died on April 29 at Southampton Hospital. She was 88 and had been in failing health for about two years, her family said.
Richard G. Wolf, a producer and director of documentary films, television series, and commercials, died of kidney and heart failure on April 30 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 81.
Susann Farrell, the children’s and family services librarian at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor for the last 12 years, died of lung cancer last Thursday at the age of 47.
An East Hampton Village’s resident, Nancy E. O’Brien, died on April 24. She was 91, and had been ill with Alzheimer’s disease for a long time.
Boating and taking his Jeep on the beach with friends were two of David S. Hill’s great joys, his wife, Jean Hill, said this week. He kept a CB radio in his Jeep, and his handle, Snoopy, also became his nickname around town, Mrs. Hill said. Mr...
Anthony L. Panzeca, who retired with his wife to East Hampton in 1994 to be closer to their daughter and grandchildren, died at Southampton Hospital on April 23. His health had been declining within the past year, his family said. He was 88.
Andrew Jacobyansky, a former investment banker whose love for opera led him to initiate the live broadcasts from the Met presented at East Hampton’s Guild Hall, died at home of liver failure on April 26, after a long illness. He was 61.
Rodney Scott Rodriguez of Springs died on April 21 at Southampton Hospital, two weeks after being diagnosed with cancer. He was 83.
Sandra Joy Fryman, who lived in East Hampton with her husband, Norman, died on April 27 at Stony Brook University Hospital after a long illness. She was 85.