Obituaries

Margaret A. Edwards, who lived in East Hampton from infancy until 1966, died on Nov. 11 at home in White Post, Va., after an illness. She was 67.

Ricardo Wiesenberg, who with his wife Hanne Brenken helped save a historic 1891 house on Georgica Road built by William Almy Wheelock, died on Oct. 8 in Vence, France. He was 85 and had Alzheimer’s disease.

Ruth Elizabeth White, an East Hampton resident for seven years who lived most of her adult life in Water Mill, died on Dec. 2

Thomas Grenci, who was responsible for the hundreds of acres of state parkland from Napeague to Montauk from 1958 until 1990, part of that time as the five parks’ sole dedicated State Parks Police officer, died at home in West Melbourne, Fla.

Helen H. Hayes, a custodian at John Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton for many years, died at home in East Hampton on Saturday.

Hobart Dominick Betts, an award-winning architect who lived in Sag Harbor, died on Monday in Stony Brook of complications from a fall. He was 78.

Jacqueline L. Knowlan Eurell died on Thursday, she was 83 years old.

Mr. Rosa died at home on South Ferncroft Place on Nov. 23 at the age of 95.

Maria A.V. Goncalves of Fort Pond Boulevard, Springs, died on Nov. 2 at home. She was 84