Obituaries

    Adelaide Lizza, a third-generation Amagansett native known as Tea to friends and family, died on Aug. 17 in Palm Bay, Fla., where she had been living recently with her children. She was 78 years old.     Mrs....
    Dann Rogers Tucker, who in recent years was a year-round resident of East Hampton, died on Aug. 2 in Portland, Ore., of complications following heart surgery. He was 60 and had moved to Portland in June.
    Eugene Francis Makl, a “driving force” and active member of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, said Richard Whalen, a co-vice president of the group, died on Aug. 9 at his apartment in New York City. Mr....
    Adolph Notel Jr., a former Amagansett resident who was known as Sonny, died on Sunday in Baltimore. He was 79. A memorial will be announced, and an obituary will appear in a future issue.  

A funeral service for Eileen Roaman of Springs, who died on Monday after a long illness, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons on Woods Lane in East Hampton. Ms. Roaman was a former member of the Springs Fire...
    Patrick Andrew Ryan, who for 30 years was the manager of East Hampton Airport, died on Aug. 14 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. He was 65. The cause was liver cancer, his wife, Nancy Metz-Ryan, said.   ...
    Vincent M. Preiss, the owner of MVP Pool Service and a resident of East Hampton, died at Southampton Hospital on Aug. 7 after a sudden illness. The cause of death is still being investigated. He was 53.     Mr....
    Joseph Olszewski, an East Hampton commercial fisherman who helped supply fresh fish to the Round Swamp Farm market on Three Mile Harbor Road, died at Southampton Hospital on Aug. 13 of an internal infection and organ failure. He...
    Eugene F. Williams Jr., the former chief executive officer and chairman of the St. Louis Union Trust Company and a civic leader in St. Louis, died at his summer residence on Jones Road, East Hampton, on Aug. 7. He was 90.