Obituaries

       George Ivan Hadjipopov, who escaped Communist Bulgaria as a teenager and became an entrepreneur in multiple fields as a resident of Montauk, died on Jan. 23 while being taken to the hospital after collapsing at...
       Herbert I. Cohen, a New York City physician who was an early advocate for those later diagnosed with H.I.V., and a longtime summer resident of Amagansett, died in Manhattan on Jan. 8. He was 89, and had been ill...
       Alida Hope Quintilian, a former respiratory therapist at Long Island Jewish Medical Center who retired to Springs, died at home on Feb. 12. Known as Hope, she was 85 and had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer...
       Philip Clark Haffner, an architect who designed his own house on Talmage Farm Lane in Springs as well as many other residential structures across the East End, died of pancreatic cancer on Feb. 6 at the Hamptons...
       Family was everything to Ethel J. Olson, her daughter, Judith A. Comfort, said. Described as the matriarch, she made sure her family came together often, and she enjoyed cooking and taking care of them. She also...
       Jill Glover, an artist and influential advertising executive and creative director, died on Jan. 24 at home in New York City. She had cancer for three years and had just celebrated her 61st birthday.  ...
       John Jacob Miller, once a U.S. Congressional candidate and a retired investigator in the Brooklyn district attorney’s office who spent the past 30 years living in Noyac, died on Monday at Southampton...
       Vincent P. Ferrara, who lived for many years in the summer house on Napeague built by his father in the 1950s, died on Feb. 2 at St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown. His wife, Linda Ferrara, said...
       Arnold S. Warwick, who split his time between a West Village apartment over the Cherry Lane Theater and a house on East Hampton’s Cedar Street for nearly 45 years, died at New York-Presbyterian Hospital on...