obituaries

A memorial serice and celebration for Edmund Snow Carpenter of East Hampton, who died in July at the age of 88, will be held in New York City on Friday, Oct. 28.

    Harry Toler, a lifelong resident of East Hampton who was the organist at Christ Episcopal Church on Hampton Street in Sag Harbor for over three decades, died at home in Windmill Village last Friday. He was 77 years old.  ...

Henriette D. Hoffman, 82, of Amagansett and Manhattan, died on Oct. 10. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer eight years ago, “and had a great quality of life until almost the very end,” wrote her son Daniel.

Jack Musnicki of Bridgehampton, who founded the Bridgehampton Landscaping company, died on Friday. He was 72.

Marilyn E. Lopez, a Clermont, Fla., resident who was born and raised in East Hampton, died on Oct. 8 in Panama City, Fla. She had suffered from more than 50 years of degenerative disease, her family said. She was 67.

    Florence Velda Flower, a longtime resident of Amagansett, died in Cincinnati last Thursday of complications of Alzheimer’s disease, which she had for two years. She was 88.      The former Florence...

An obituary in last week’s paper for Marjorie Lou Otto gave the incorrect surnames for her brothers, who died before her. They were Robert and Howard Meny, not Robert and Howard Otto.

Edward R. Young, who was known as Ray,died on Oct. 4. He had been ill for a long time with Parkinson’s disease.

Herbert Horn, a Navy veteran and former typographer, died on Sept. 16. He was 79.