Obituaries

Ivernette Wood, a lifelong resident of Springs who some older baymen might remember for her scallop shucking, died at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton on Monday.

Visiting hours for Edward H. Black of East Hampton, who died on Wednesday at Southampton Hospital, will be held Friday at Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton from 7 to 9 p.m. A graveside service for him will be at a time to be announced at...
Lawrence Franzone, a longtime resident of Montauk, former chief of the hamlet’s fire department, and proprietor of Montauk Beer and Soda, died on June 28 at Southampton Hospital. He was 91 and had been ill for the past two years.
John J. Wilson Jr., who had a long career as an investment adviser and been on active or reserve duty in the United States Air Force for 28 years, died on June 21 at the Maryville Adult Home in Huntington.
Harriet La Barre, a resident of Sag Harbor since 1991, died in her sleep at the Westhampton Care Center on June 26 at the age of 99.
A celebration of the life of R. Randolph Richardson of Amagansett, who died on May 25 at the age of 89, will be held at the East End Classic Boat Society’s workshop on Bluff Road in Amagansett on Sunday.
William A. Praetorius, a former Manhattan and Amagansett resident who worked in real estate and earlier in a variety of high-level corporate positions in direct-to-physician pharmaceutical advertising, died on June 23 in Bennington, Vt., of pneumonia, his family said.
Leslie Ann Mandel-Herzog of Wainscott and New York City, an investment adviser who developed what was at one time the largest private mailing list in the country, which was known as the Rich List, died at Southampton Hospital on June 23 of complications related to kidney stones.
Margaret Becker, an active community volunteer who with her husband established the Becker Home Center, a Montauk hardware store, died on Monday at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.