Obituaries

Daniel English, a resident of Buell Lane Extension in East Hampton for over 50 years, died on March 6 in Southampton after a short illness. He was 79.

    Visiting hours for Helen T. Fitzgerald, a member of the board of directors of Windmill Village, Whalebone Village, and the Town of East Hampton Housing Board, who died yesterday at 82, will be Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m....

    Marvin Sidney Cullum, who was 86 and an East Hampton resident, died on Monday. Visiting hours are scheduled for today from 2 to 4 p.m. and again from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton, with a Mass...
Capt. Robert E. Huser died at Southampton Hospital on Tuesday of complications from cancer. He was 69.

Jane P. Bennett, a native of Poland who made East Hampton her home for over 70 years, died on Feb. 24 at Southampton Hospital. She was 98.

Theodore L. Diamond died at home in New York City on Feb. 22 at the age of 95, two weeks after celebrating 66 years of marriage

John Edward Weidert, an auditor by profession and former resident of North Sea, died on Sunday in Lady Lake, Fla. He was 81.

    Paul McNeece of Montauk died on Feb. 21 at the age of 89. Interment of ashes will be tomorrow at St. Jerome’s Catholic Cemetery in Holyoke, Mass. Mr. McNeece is survived by his longtime companion, James C. Anthony, six...
Mr. Rosset, who lived in New York and East Hampton, died in New York City at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center on Feb. 21 at the age of 89 after heart valve surgery.

Alice N. DeSilvia, a former nurse who had lived in Springs for more than 20 years, died on Feb. 22 at home in Antigua after a prolonged illness. She was 84.

Sharon Elizabeth Bistrian, a mainstay of Bistrian’s Sweet Corn farm stand in East Hampton for almost 40 years, died on Tuesday following a long illness. She was 60 years old.

Arlyne Albertina Hurwitz, who worked as a beautician, milliner, dress designer, and makeup artist, and enjoyed music and painting, died at Southampton Hospital last Thursday of a perforated ulcer. She was 93.

Florabel Mulvaney, a docent at the Second House Museum in Montauk and a devoted bridge player, died at home in Montauk on Feb. 14 after a six-month illness with pancreatic cancer. She was 87.