Obituaries

Michael John Hegarty, a former president and chief executive officer of Flushing Savings Bank who had houses in Montauk and Glen Head, died on Jan. 29 at home in Glen Head.
Karl William Horlitz died on Saturday at Southampton Hospital, to which he had been admitted after a fall at his East Hampton house. According to his son, Karl Steven Horlitz, his father, who was 95, was still “the same old spicy guy on Friday...
Daria Deshuk, an artist and presence on the South Fork art scene since the 1980s, died on March 9 in Bridgehampton.
Florence E. Papas Merrill of East Hampton died on Feb. 19 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead of complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder.
Ken Robbins, a photographer who lived in Springs, died at home last Thursday.
A memorial service for Sally McGraw of Montauk, who died on Monday, will be held at the Montauk Library next Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m.
Ruth Andrina Metz of Wainscott, the matriarch of a large extended family and an indomitable bicycle rider until the age of 92, died at home on March 7.
Jeffrey Edward Fisher of Warwick, N.Y., and Montauk, a history teacher for 30 years and a lifelong blood donor, died on Feb. 22 at St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick.
Gail B. McManus, a former East Hampton resident who moved to Florida with her husband, James McManus, 22 years ago, died at home in Barefoot Bay, Fla., on March 1 from complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
David Joseph Buckley, who settled in East Hampton after serving in the Air Force first at the Montauk station in 1948 and then in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952, died in Boynton Beach, Fla., on Friday.
Barbara Halliday King, a 12th-generation member of the Schellinger family, died at home on Widow Gavits Road in Sag Harbor on Feb. 18, her 62nd birthday.
David M. King died on Feb. 11 at Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan. He was 62. His family, friends, and fellow Springs firefighters remembered him as being “fiercely loyal, dedicated, committed, and generous.”
Fritz Hubner of Montauk died at home on Feb. 17. He was 84 and had been in and out of the hospital for the past few years.