Obituaries

Dorothy Freedman, a member of the East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society and a competitive bridge player who loved the arts, died at her East Hampton house on Feb. 14 with two of her children nearby.
Msgr. Thomas J. Hartman, a Catholic priest who was deeply devoted to his ministry, which included appearances with Rabbi Marc Gellman as half of “The God Squad” televison program, died on Feb. 16 at the TownHouse Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Uniondale from complications related to Parkinson’s disease.
Anna Eileen O’Halloran Burke was known as the loving matriarch of her family, a Noyac mother of 5, grandmother of 13, and great-grandmother of 14.
Donald M. Marks, a decorated World War II veteran and longtime principal in the New York public school system, died on Valentine’s Day in a hospice in Potomac, Md.
A funeral Mass for Marie Burns of Sag Harbor will be said at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in that village on Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
A graveside service for the well-known painter of local landscapes will be held on Wednesday afternoon.
Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, professor emerita at the University of Michigan, a historian of early 19th century France and the French Revolution, who was known for research on the early printing press and was the first resident scholar, in 1979, of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress, died at home in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 31 at the...
Thomas B. Dornhofer, a maritime engineer who had traveled the world by sea, died on Feb. 1 at the Woman’s Christian Association Hospital in Jamestown, N.Y., after a heart attack. He was 67.
Margaret Fromm, a longtime resident of Amagansett who was known for her handmade crafts, died on Feb. 13 surrounded by family at the Gardens of North Port, an assisted living home in Florida.