Obituaries

    Ida Keats, an East Hampton resident for the last 30 years and a longtime volunteer for the Ladies Village Improvement Society, died at her home in Southbury, Mass., on Sept. 5. She was 87, and had been ill for some time.
    James Patrick Hastings, a retired executive with the Liberty Lines bus company who spent his summers in Springs, died in New York City on Sept. 10. He was 86 years old.     Mr. Hastings and his wife, the former...
    Kevin Bryan Megginson died in his sleep at home on Harrison Avenue in Springs on Sept. 6, the day after his 35th birthday. The cause of death had not been determined, his family said.     Born on Sept. 5, 1978,...
    Phillip Seidenberg, who friends remember for his “quick wit, ready smile, and contagious good will,” died on Aug. 28 at the house in Springs that he shared with his longtime companion, Gerald Golak. He was 75....
    Robert W. Dash, a painter, poet, and extraordinary gardener, died after a long illness at Madoo, his home in Sagaponack, on Saturday. He was 82.
    Walter Kaprielian, a retired New York City advertising executive, died on Sept. 5 at home on Wigwam View Lane in East Hampton. He was 79 years old and had kidney cancer, his wife, Dinaz Boga Kaprielian, said.   ...
   Adolph Notel Jr., 78, a restaurateur and antiques shop owner for many years in Amagansett, died in in Taneytown, Md., on Aug. 25 after being hospitalized with pneumonia. He had been in poor health for some time.     ...
   Anna Stears, a longtime resident of Sag Harbor and East Hampton, died at the Westhampton Care Center on Sept. 4 at the age of 86, with her family around her. She had had a series of strokes.     An only child, she was...
   Donald V. Alversa II, a commercial fisherman and lifelong Montauk resident, died after an accident on the commercial fishing boat the Jason and Danielle on Saturday. The boat, based in Montauk, was fishing about 50 miles off the coast...