Obituaries

       Dr. Gavino Mapula, who served Montauk’s residents for over 25 years at the Montauk Medical Center, died of kidney failure in Jacksonville, Fla., on Oct. 27. He was 76.
       Lawrence J. Schulte Jr., a native and former resident of East Hampton, died at home in the Woodlands, Tex., a suburb of Houston, on Oct. 29. He was 84 and died of natural causes, his family said. He wrote his own...
       Lucy M. Cuomo, who lived on Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett for 60 years, died in East Hampton on Oct. 23. She was 89.        Ms. Cuomo had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer...
       Patricia M. Carey of East Hampton died at her home here on Tuesday of a neurological disorder after a long illness. She and her husband, who survives, had lived in East Hampton year round for the past two years. She...
    A memorial service for Patrick A. Ryan, who managed the East Hampton Town Airport for 30 years, will be held at the Amagansett Firehouse at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Mr. Ryan died on Aug. 14.  

To our neighbors: What a beautiful fall! Everything shimmering and golden and all that incredible soft light. Water surrounding us. Lou and I have spent a lot of time here in the past few years, and even though we’re city people this is our...
    Cyrelle B. Pinar, a teacher, gardener, traveler, artist, linguist, and animal philanthropist, died of natural causes at home in Springs on Sept. 23. She was 87.     A resident of Springs and New York’s...
    David Bruce Adao, who helped open the first openly gay hotel in Miami Beach when he was in his 20s, died on Aug. 20 from complications related to AIDS. He was 58.

    Dr. Gavino Mapula, formerly of Montauk and more recently of Orange Park, Fla., died on Sunday of heart and kidney failure. He was 82. A memorial service in Montauk is being planned for a later date. A full obituary will appear in...