Julia Gargiulo, who had been a social worker with the elderly in Greenwich, Conn., and a psychotherapist, died on Friday in Stamford, Conn. Ms. Gargiulo, who lived in East Hampton from 1994 to 2006, was 78 and had ovarian cancer.
Best known in East Hampton for the years he spent as a gas station attendant at the Y Pay More station on Three Mile Harbor Road, Frederick Askin, known as Rick, died on April 25 in Riverhead after a short bout with cancer. He was 58 years old.
Norman E. Smith of Amagansett Drive in East Hampton was a caretaker at Cedar Lawn Cemetery for 25 years, and he was known to friends and clients as a skilled handyman. He died on April 8 of heart failure after being bedridden for some years. He was 79.