Obituaries

Carl Gust, a longtime local bartender and a “people person” who always lent a hand to others, died at home in East Hampton last Thursday following a heart attack. He was 77.
    Hugo Fiorato, 98, the former principal conductor of the New York City Ballet Orchestra and a longtime summer resident of East Hampton, died on April 23 in Boston with members of his family at his side.     ...
    Irene Larsen of Montauk died suddenly after collapsing on April 25 in Fort Pierce, Fla. She was 71. No cause of death was provided.     “She was very fun-loving,” her older sister, Claire Forde, said...
    Kent F. Gaugler, who owned and operated his own business, Live Wire Welding in East Hampton, for almost 30 years, died on Monday less than 48 hours after being critically injured in a one-vehicle crash on Three Mile Harbor Road...
    Anthony Correale, who retired from the East Hampton School District in 2003 after 39 years, died at his house in Manorville on Tuesday at the age of 69. The family did not provide further details.      Mr....
Helen A. Weinberg of Shaker Heights, Ohio, a summer resident of East Hampton since 1970, died of lung cancer in Cleveland on April 20 at the age of 84, after an illness of four years.
    John Alfred Frith, who worked with Bran Ferren in Wainscott on special effects for such movies as “Making Mr. Right,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” and “The Manhattan Project,” died on April 6 in...
Muriel E. Greegan, a retired account executive in the finance department of the American Cyanamid Chemical Corporation, died at Southampton Hospital last Thursday. She was 92.
Ms. De Waal was a devoted gardener, specializing in decorative water features.