Obituaries

    Mina Margaretha Haug Cory, a former Southampton Hospital volunteer who celebrated her 100th birthday last fall, died on Saturday at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.     She was...
    A memorial is being planned for Brian W. Quigley of Kent Place in Springs, who died on July 10 at Southampton Hospital after an illness. He was 53. Mr. Quigley’s family had not completed the arrangements by late yesterday...

    Daniel Bossey, who spent his youth in Springs and worked for a time for the Smith Meal company at Promised Land on Napeague, died on June 28 in Pleasanton, Tex. Mr. Bossey was 87. His death was caused by complications from an...
    Mary Jane Boehm, a woman who, in the words of one of her daughters, “led a quiet life of simple pleasures,” died at the age of 90 on July 1 when her heart gave out. She had come to live in East Hampton with her...
    Emanuel P. Bono, who grew up in East Hampton and worked his way through college as a waiter at the Maidstone Club, died in his sleep at home in San Leandro, Calif., on June 22. He was 91.     He had been active...
    Virginia Boening, who had worked in the Town of East Hampton Office of Housing and Community Development from its inception until her retirement, died on July 2 at Southampton Hospital. She was 74. Her brother, Leslie Boening of...
Winifred B. Meddaugh, who lived on McGuirk Street in East Hampton for 56 years with her husband, Samuel, died on June 25 in Williamsport, Pa. She was 96.
    Suzanne Lavenas, an editor and year-round Montauk resident, died in a car accident in that hamlet on July 4. She was 69.
    Andre Dupuis of East Hampton, a distinguished psychiatrist and medical researcher, skilled organist and pianist, and devoted gardener, died on June 19 at Southampton Hospital of cardiopulmonary arrest. He was 75 years old.
    Nancy Kane, a former teacher whose service to the community included membership in the Springs Presbyterian Church, the Accabonac Protection Committee, the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, and an appointment to the East...
    Philip Leonard Cicero, a weekend and summer Noyac resident who had retired from teaching math at William Bryant High School in Queens in 2010, died on June 24. His family said the cause was congestive heart failure. He would...

    Richard J. O’Callaghan, who owned the East Hampton News Company for 20 years and who served as the executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce, died on Friday from complications of diabetes. He was 82....
    Visiting hours for the Rev. Charles E. Hopson will be tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church on Spinner Lane in East Hampton, where he was the pastor. His funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the church.  ...