Obituaries

Bruce Douglas McKeige, whose love of fishing brought him to Montauk in the 1960s and who had owned an eponymous mortgage and securities firm based in Port Washington, died of pulmonary hypertension on Aug. 15 at the Treasure Coast Hospice in Stuart, Fla. He was 85 years old.
Marcelle Martin, a resident of Montauk who had been a French actress and a hostess at a Manhattan restaurant, died at home on Sunday. She was 95 and had Alzheimer’s disease.
Jon Permenter York, who had been diagnosed with melanoma more than three years ago, died at home in Springs on Aug. 17 at the age of 53. Mr. York, who at one time owned a computer graphics company in Sag Harbor, had two lifelong passions — piloting planes and renovating and selling houses.
William John Kampf, a builder who lived in East Hampton for about 30 years, died at home on Post Street on Aug. 26 surrounded by family and loved ones. He was 58 and had been ill with pancreatic cancer for a little over a year.
A wake for Paul Hansen, who was killed in a car accident in Noyac on Sunday, will be held on Wednesday, followed by a funeral Mass on Thursday in Sag Harbor.
Elizabeth Thunderbird Haile, an elder of the Shinnecock Nation and a founder of the Hayground School in Bridgehampton, died at her home on the reservation on Friday.
Jane Stuart Ross, a longtime resident of Springs with deep roots on the South Fork, died on Aug. 16 in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Elinor Betty Adams of Medford, whose family owned a fishing cabin in Montauk for nearly 30 years, died on June 23 at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center after a heart attack.
James Jereb, a summertime resident of East Hampton who was one of the first owners of a house at the Landfall development in Northwest Woods, died on Aug. 8 at his brother’s house in Philadelphia.
A celebration of Joy Lupoletti’s life will be held at Peconic Landing at 1500 Brecknock Road in Greenport on Saturday afternoon at 2. Ms. Lupoletti, a former East Hampton resident, died on July 14 at the age of 82.
Francis A. Riley Jr. died on Aug. 11 at Southampton Hospital at the age of 78.
Holly Tyson, 68, a longtime summer resident of East Hampton, where she lived at the Lily Pond Lane house of her grandmother, Mrs. Newell J. Ward, died on Aug. 5 at home in Landrum, S.C., from complications of cancer. She was 68.
Lance Christopher McDonald, who grew up in East Hampton and later settled in Redmond, Wash., died at home there on July 20. He was 44 and had first been diagnosed with cancer four years ago..