Obituaries

Connie Jenny Anderson, who performed onstage and on television with Milton Berle, Jackie Gleason, Sid Caesar, Jimmy Durante, Red Skelton, and Ronald Reagan, among many other popular entertainers, died suddenly of cardiac arrest on April 7 at...
Robinson Allen Grover, a philosopher, teacher, and patron of the arts who split his time between East Hampton and West Hartford, Conn., died of myelodysplastic syndrome on March 28 at the Reservoir, a hospice in West Hartford. His family said he...
Stuart Hall Bartle, a psychiatrist, advocate for the mentally ill, and summer visitor to East Hampton for many years, died at home in Cambridge, Mass., on March 26. He was 90 and had been ill for several months.
Trond A. Myhr, a general contractor and master carpenter in East Hampton who had served in the Navy on nuclear submarines in the 1970s, died at his New York home on April 7. He was 61 and had had cancer for about a year. Born in Bergen, Norway, in...
Vivienne Caviglia, a former professional ballroom dancer and teacher who lived in Montauk for many years, died on March 27 at Sunridge at Desert Springs Care Facility in El Paso, Tex. She was 100. Born on May 8, 1914, and raised in the Bronx, Mrs....
Visiting hours for Gerard D. Wawryk of Sag Harbor, who died at Stony Brook University Hospital on Sunday, will be tonight from 7 to 9 at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in Sag Harbor. A funeral Mass for Mr. Wawryk, who was 68, will be said...
Patrick Keller, a Montauk resident and former East Hampton Town recycling center supervisor, died on Friday at Southampton Hospital. He was 63. A wake will be held on Monday at Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m...
Elba Tramontano, a former beauty queen who owned the Park Place Beauty Salon in East Hampton for 35 years, died on April 1 at the Oak Hollow Nursing Center in Middle Island. She was 99 and had Alzheimer’s disease for the last five years. Mrs....
Joyce Ruth Silver, 81, a psychotherapist who had an early career as an artist working in jewelry, textiles, and paint, died at her New York City home on March 5. A part-time Water Mill resident, she had had cancer for two years.