Obituaries

    Thomas Andrew Kravitz-Hear, who left home in Montauk after high school to pursue a career in music, died in Las Vegas on Feb. 9 of unknown causes. He was 39.     He was born on Aug. 23, 1972, in Nashville, and...

John Wheaton, a resident of East Hampton, died on Feb. 5 while on vacation on Aruba after having been ill with methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, known as MRSA, for 18 months. He was 69.

Eden Guevara Baradi, a longtime Montauk resident who was married to the late Filipino ambassador, Mauro Baradi, died in her sleep at her house in Montauk on Saturday. She was 101.

A 35-year Dayton Lane, East Hampton, resident, Elizabeth Holmes-Rosenberg died on Dec. 15 at Visiting Nurse Hospice in Northport after a stroke, her daughter, Trisha Mackay of East Moriches, said. She was 69 and had been in declining health for...

Patrick J. McCormick, founder of the McCormick Trading Company of New York City and a longtime resident of East Hampton, died on Feb. 8 at home on Toilsome Lane. His death was the result of a major stroke, his family said. Mr. McCormick was 90 years...

Edward J. Beck, 90, a resident of Montauk for more than 40 years who built the Rendezvous Motel on West Lake Drive and owned it for many years, died on Friday in North Palm Beach, Fla., of heart disease after a prolonged illness.

Judith Aldine Luszcz-O’Connell, 66, a longtime resident of Sag Harbor and nurse and supervisor at Southampton Hospital, died in her sleep of a brain aneurysm at home in Sag Harbor on Feb. 1.

Robert Fredrick Anderson, a bus driver for the Amagansett School District and a longtime East Hampton fireman, died on Monday at Stony Brook University Medical Center. The cause was cardiac arrest, the family said. He was 69.

Arthur Stein, who lived on Bluff Road in Amagansett during the summer, died of leukemia after a long illness last Thursday in New York City. Mr. Stein, who was 81.

A couple married for nearly 54 years, Richard and Gerlinde Mohr, formerly of East Hampton, died in Palm Bay, Fla., in January within days of each other.

Richard Worthington, who grew up in East Hampton and taught elementary school in the upstate town of Greenwich for 30 years, died Sunday at St. Mary’s Hospital in Troy, N.Y., following a short illness. He was 75.

Barbara G. McArthur of Gulf Stream, Fla., who was born in Southampton and grew up in Bridgehampton, died in Delray Beach, Fla., on Jan. 29. She was 79 and had been ill with cancer for two months.

Joseph V. Kuch, a Bridgehampton native who became a civil engineer, died at home in Beach Haven, N.J., on Feb. 1. He was 74.