Obituaries

    Carol A. Schroeder, a former deputy clerk for Sag Harbor Village, died at home on Tuesday after what her family described as a long illness. She was 74 and had been a resident of Suffolk Street in Sag Harbor for more than 45...

    Lorraine M. Krupinski, who as a single mother of three built one of the first houses on Front Street off Gardiner Avenue in Springs in the 1950s, died in her sleep at home on Friday. She had been in declining health and was 87...
Jean Kemper Hoffmann, one of the remaining figures of the mid-20th-century artists colony in Springs, died on June 4 in New York City.     Ms. Hoffmann, a writer, poet, and political activist, began coming to Springs in 1949 with...

    William S. Jenkins, 93, who was born at home in Amagansett and went to primary school in the original one-room schoolhouse opposite the cemetery on Atlantic Avenue there, died on May 16 at a veterans hospital in Menlo Park, N.J...

    Jeremy Nussbaum of Amagansett, a prominent attorney and the co-owner of the South Fork’s BookHampton stores with his wife, Charline Spektor, died at their Old Montauk Highway house on Tuesday. He was 70.   ...

    Kathleen Benbenek died at her East Hampton home on Friday, having just celebrated her 72nd birthday. Ms. Benbenek had received a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer in January.     A full obituary will appear in The...
     Matthew Howard Miller of Pinetown, N.C., a former resident of Springs who had been a member of its Fire Department and also a house man for the Amagansett Fire Department, died on April 10 following a car crash in Pantego, N.C...
    Preston Jay Kurtz, who ran the Oscar Brill Shoes and Clothing shop in East Hampton for 13 years and worked at Emporium Hardware in Sag Harbor for 25 years, died on May 14 of a heart attack. He was 61.     Mr....
    Vincent Lyons, the former proprietor of Lyons Bar and Grill on Newtown Lane in East Hampton, died at home in East Hampton on May 23. He was 90, and had been ill for some time.