Obituaries

William H. Mann, who lived in Southampton and Palm Beach, Fla., and was a member of the Maidstone Club here, died of pneumonia on Sunday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
Eleanor Belle Dordelman, who was born in Amagansett and was married to Carl Dordelman, a former chief of the East Hampton Village Police Department, died on June 20 at William Childs Hospice House in Palm Bay, Fla., following a massive stroke.
At the age of about 15, Julio N. Tubatan left Ecuador for Montauk, working at Gurney’s Inn for three years before returning to his home country, and in 1980, emigrated to the United States for good, living briefly in Queens, before returning...
Ronald Heller, a fashion designer who at one time had his own boutique in Bergdorf Goodman, died at home in East Hampton on Aug. 7 at the age of 86.
William Belber Jr., a commercial fisherman who grew up in Montauk’s old fishing village on Fort Pond Bay, died on Aug. 11 in Port St. Lucie, Fla. He was 86 and had been in poor health for 10 years. Known as Bill, he was born in Greenport to...
Taryn Lynn Enck, who had struggled for more than 10 years with hereditary angioedema, a rare genetic disease, died on Aug. 9 at home on Mulford Avenue in Montauk. She was 25 years old.
Patricia A. Arceri, who had been ill for only a short time, died at home in Amagansett on July 14, with her husband and family at her bedside.
Paula Dankowski of Plattsburgh, N.Y., formerly of Wainscott, died on Aug. 3 at the Visiting Nurse Association Respite House in Colchester, Vt.
Donald Norton, who was born at home in East Hampton Village in 1923, died on July 29 at East End Hospice in Westhampton Beach at the age of 93.
A celebration of Kevin Raymond Young’s life was held on Cousin’s Island in Falmouth, Me., on Friday, which would have been his 56th birthday.
John Anthony Sasso of Montauk, who had a long career in business and was a music arranger and brass instrument instructor, died at home at noon on Sunday of an unexpected heart attack.
John M. Arms of New York City and Bridgehampton, an architect who was an associate partner at Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill for 37 years, died of heart failure on Friday at home in Bridgehampton.
James Joseph McLaughlin of East Hampton, who founded the Wall Street bond-trading firm McLaughlin, Piven and Vogel Securities, and continued to run the company after moving to Amagansett in the 1980s, died at home on Aug. 9 with his wife at his side.