Obituaries

Bernard Pollock, an actor and stage manager on Broadway who divided his time between New York City and East Hampton, died in Manhattan on Sept. 14 after a long illness.
Joseph Rigano of Montauk, who was known as Jay, died on Saturday at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Westhampton Beach.
Visiting hours for Mary H. Mulholland will be this evening from 6 to 9 at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton.
Ashby Grantham, an orthopedic surgeon at what is now New York/Presbterian Hospital and a professor at Columbia University Medical Center, died on Sept. 19 at Southampton Hospital.
A memorial for Joy Mayfield, a former East Hampton resident who died on July 11, will be held on Saturday.
A memorial gathering for Dale Booher, an architect and garden designer who lived in East Hampton in the 1970s, will be held on Saturday.
Kate Morgan Wyckoff-Holmes, an artist who lived in Sag Harbor for many years and who specialized in garden design, died at home in Key West, Fla., on Aug. 30.
Kirk White, an interior designer who had a long and illustrious career, initiating the “Room of the Month” window of the W & J Sloane rug and furniture store in Manhattan and designing a complete house inside the store, died at home at Bayberry Close in East Hampton Village on Saturday.
Alfred Grella, a Marine Corps veteran who was awarded the Purple Heart after being wounded in World War II, and who had been a professional baseball player with New York Giants farm teams, died at home in Springs yesterday.