Harold Josephs was known as an artist not just in East Hampton, where he was a part-time resident since 1960, but also in New York City, where he had an award-winning career as an art director and commercial artist for four decades, and in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where he spent many winters.
Frank Albert Hanna II, who started the Frank Hanna Cleaning Company in East Hampton as a resident here during the 1960s, died at his home in the Bahamas on April 14 of complications from pneumonia and cancer.
Anne Jackson, the consummate actress whose career in theater, films, and television, like her marriage to Eli Wallach, her frequent co-star, spanned more than six decades, died at her Manhattan home on April 12.
Anthony DiSunno, an architect who helped form A.I.A. Peconic, the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and had served as its president, died on April 8 of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.