Visiting hours for Pearlina A. Moseley of Springs, who died on Saturday at the age of 79, will be held at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton on Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m., with funeral services at 11 a.m. the next day.
A memorial gathering for Richard King Jost, who died on May 15 of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, will be held at the Maidstone Park pavilion, on the east side of the entrance to Three Mile Harbor, today from 3 p.m. to sunset.
A memorial service for JoAnne W. Carter of Sag Harbor, who died on April 17 at the age of 81, will be held at the Eastville Community Historical Society Heritage House at 39 Hampton Street in Sag Harbor on June 4.
Ted Stafford Jr., a retired Southampton Town police officer, well-known union leader, and longtime Sag Harbor Fire Department volunteer, died on May 2 after collapsing in the driveway of his house on Palmer Terrace in Sag Harbor. He was 73.
Tom Ward, a real estate developer who split his time between East Hampton, London, Austria, and Australia, died of a heart attack at home in Wootton, Australia, on Feb. 5. He was 75.
Ellen Marie Galcik of Ditch Plain Road in Montauk, who had been New York State Assemblyman Perry B. Duryea Sr.’s secretary, died at home on Friday after a long illness. She was 85.
Sue Maynard, a longtime Montauk resident, died in her sleep on Friday at home in Montauk, at the age of 62. Death was attributed to complications of heart disease.
Rossetti Perchik, a Springs architect and supporter of community causes through the Clamshell Foundation, which he founded, died on May 7 of cancer. He was 65.
Jack D. Storm held a degree in civil engineering and put it to good use, working his way up to become chief of rail planning for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, where he oversaw the conception, design, and construction of the PATH rail system during the 1960s.