Richard G. Henrickson at the beach back in 2013
Dec. 2, 1939 - Jan. 14, 2016
Stuart Vorpahl’s Willys truck, as much part of local lore as the man himself, was parked outside the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home during the year’s first snowfall on Sunday evening. Doug Kuntz
Dec. 19, 1944 - Nov. 09, 2016
July 27, 1936 - Jan. 05, 2016
Star writer brought ‘deep local knowledge,’ humor, and poetry to his work
Russell Drumm, on the motorcycle at center, posed with fellow surfers in a late ’60s promotional shot for the Bunger Surf Shop. Also pictured, from left, are Beth Campbell, Charlie Bunger, Jim Hanley, a model whose name is not known, Roland Eisenberg, and Eric Eastman.
Richard Hendrickson, Bridgehampton historian, farmer, author, was 103
Richard Hendrickson, shown here in 2007, had “an unending curiousity,” said Bob DeLuca of the Group for the East End.
Firearms were among Richard Hendrickson’s many areas of expertise. He showed off some pieces from his vast collection in this photograph from the 1970s. Hendrickson Family
A man of his place, Richard Hendrickson is seen in Bridgehampton as a boy in 1917 and as a young man.Hendrickson Family
March 3, 1941 - Jan 1, 2016