Obituaries

Lynda Marie Havens-Horn, a former resident of Sag Harbor, died in Salt Lake City on July 20 from metastatic breast cancer, at the home of her son, Father Justin Lawrence Havens, a Christian Orthodox priest.
Margaret Zukas, who immigrated to this country with her family when she was 2, died at home in East Hampton on Monday.
Linda Washburne Finney of East Hampton died of liver cancer on July 23 at Southampton Hospital.
Beatrice Loretta Neill, who grew up in a house on Louse Point Road in Springs and for many years worked in the Bulova watchcase factory in Sag Harbor, died of breast cancer on July 26 at home in Essex Junction, Vt., her family said. She was 72.
The Star has received word of the death of Patricia A. Arceri of Amagansett, who was 85, on July 14. A memorial service is planned for Sept. 16.
Visiting hours for Beatrice L. Neill, a Springs native who died at home yesterday in Essex Junction, Vt., will be tomorrow from 4 to 6 p.m. at the A.W. Rich Funeral Home there.
Jacob Nelson Foran “was a man of many passions,” wrote Richard Swift, his partner of 35 years.
Jean Edmond Lanier of Wainscott, who was instrumental in founding L’Arche Long Island, a Riverhead branch of an international organization that creates communities for people with intellectual disabilities and those who care for them, died on...
Edward J. McGuire Jr., a Montauk resident since 2002 with his wife of 20 years, Kathleen Smith, died on Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan.
Meredith Arnoux of Wainscott died on July 8 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. A former guidance counselor at the Westhampton Beach Middle School, she was 69 and had had cancer for two and a half years.
A funeral Mass will be said on Aug. 5 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Sag Harbor for Kathleen Barry of Sag Harbor and Jupiter, Fla., who died on Dec. 31 at the age of 72.
Christopher Holden, who was said to have beaten throat cancer within the past year, died at home in Montauk of a heart attack on May 11.
A celebration of the life of Clara B. Windsor, who died at age 90 on Feb. 24, will take place on July 29 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on James Lane in East Hampton Village.