obituaries

Rose Gillio Enrione, who immigrated from Italy with her mother in 1928 and ran the Holiday Acres Motel on Montauk Highway in East Hampton for many years, died of pneumonia on May 18 at Lutheran Medical Center in Brooklyn. She was 90.

Carol Southern Keneas, whose editing style is credited for the success of the “Angelina Ballerina” books as well as a wide range of titles including “Jackson Pollock,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of the artist, died on Saturday in New York City of complications of cancer surgery.

Mr. Carpenter, who was known to friends as Ted, was an anthropologist, art historian, and media theorist, among his many callings.

Mrs. Mayer died at home on Sunday. She was 83 and had been in poor health for the past few years.

Irene K. Towbin, formerly of New York City and West End Road in East Hampton, died on June 10 at a hospice in Galway, Ireland. Diagnosed with a serious illness a year ago, she had not told many people of it. She was not yet 75.

Susan Ferraris, a Sag Harbor resident for four decades, died at home on Kola Drive on June 29 following a long illness. She was 64.

Michael Roesel, an ex-chief of the Bridgehampton Fire Department and former Suffolk County fire coordinator, died at home in Bridgehampton last Thursday at the age of 67.