Obituaries

       S. Staley Tregellas, who spent many summers in East Hampton and was a member of the Maidstone Club for more than 40 years, died last Thursday at the Nathaniel Witherell, a rehabilitation and nursing center in...

       Paul Meberg, a former Montauk resident and partner for many years in Meberg and Pederson Builders, which was based in Montauk, died of heart-related complications in a hospital in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., on Feb...
    John H. Haessler, a founder of the Seafood Shop in Wainscott, died at home in East Hampton on Friday. He was 68. There will be no funeral service, but a memorial service will be held at a future date. His family has suggested...
    Mary Ann Miller of East Hampton died at home on Sunday at the age of 73. No services had been announced as of press time. An obituary will appear in a future edition of the paper.
       Eleanor Allen Leaver, an illustrator who captured in fine detail many of East Hampton Town’s most notable places, died at Southampton Hospital on Feb. 16 from complications due to injuries from a recent...
       Richard Haelig Hendrickson, 73, a lifelong resident of Bridgehampton who ran a bicycle repair business at his family’s farm on Lumber Lane for three decades, died last Thursday in the house where he had...
       Jane Merrill Schulte, a woman who was remembered as a teacher for more than 36 years at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton and who was revered for staging “red tag” estate sales...
       George Ivan Hadjipopov, who escaped Communist Bulgaria as a teenager and became an entrepreneur in multiple fields as a resident of Montauk, died on Jan. 23 while being taken to the hospital after collapsing at...
       Philip Clark Haffner, an architect who designed his own house on Talmage Farm Lane in Springs as well as many other residential structures across the East End, died of pancreatic cancer on Feb. 6 at the Hamptons...