Obituaries

John Horvath, a filmmaker, advertising producer, and house designer who lived in Amagansestt and Sagaponack during the 1970s and ’80s, died at a nursing home in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, on Feb. 20 of the complications of Alzheimer’s disease.
John Hudson, a longtime resident of East Hampton who worked as a fisherman in Montauk, died of cancer on Feb. 10 in Virginia Beach, Va., where he had moved in the last year.
Frederick Bridges Onderdonk, who lived in Amagansett for many years before moving to Baldwinsville in 2008, died of an unexpected illness on Feb. 21 at Longwood Regional Medical Center in Fort Pierce, Fla., surrounded by his family. He was 81 and...
Charles Emerson McKenney, 84, a Wainscott resident since the late 1970s who had a long career as a patent lawyer with the Manhattan firm of Pennie & Edmunds, died on March 1 at Palm Beach Hospice in Florida after a weeklong illness.
Gerard J. Kucker, the owner of a tree removal and contracting company, died at his Sycamore Drive, Springs, home on Feb. 24. He was 57 years old and his family said he had a heart attack.
A service for Frederick B. Onderdonk of Amagansett and Baldwinsville, N.Y., who died on Feb. 21, will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton.
Marie Burns “had a full life,” said her nephew and godson James Burns. Interested in a range of subjects and always busy with something, “she wasn’t able to sleep at night because her mind was always moving on to the next project. She wanted to accomplish something every day.”
Cindy Jones, a well-known hairdresser who worked at salons from South­ampton to Sag Harbor over the years, died on Jan. 12 at Stony Brook University Hospital.
Ralph Carpentier, a well-known landscape painter whose paintings are in public and private collections throughout the country, and the former director of the East Hampton Town Marine Museum, died from complications of diabetes on Feb. 19 at the New York State Veterans Home in Oxford, N.Y.