Obituaries

Paul Granger Sr., who owned Suffolk Electric Motors in Sag Harbor, died of heart disease on Saturday at home in Noyac surrounded by family. He was 75.

Andrew Walsh, an East Hampton resident and dedicated outdoorsman, died of a heart attack on Sept. 13 while bicycling through Northwest Woods. He was 45 years old.
Edward Austin Bahns Sr., a longtime Little League coach, passionate golfer, and dedicated fan of his children and grandchildren’s sporting endeavors, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital of a massive stroke. He was 82.

Robert A. Amato, a respected industry leader in the eye-care market, died on Sept. 19 at the age of 80 following a stroke, which led to a coma from which he never recovered.

Andrew Jackson Connick died of cancer on Aug. 19 in New York City. He was 80 and had been ill for four years.

Katherine Louise Myers Penati, a lifelong East Hampton resident and mother of four died at home on Saturday. She was 53

William Blitz, a 22-year summer resident of Montauk, died on Sept. 19 at Southampton Hospital. He was 82.

Silvia Mannix of East Hampton, died on Sept. 3 at the Westhampton Care Center. She was 83.

Frank Sorensen, who served overseas during World War II and lived most of his life in Montauk, died on Sept. 14 in Salisbury, Md. He was 91.
Clifford Parker Robertson III, known professionally as Cliff Robertson died on Saturday, a day after his 88th birthday.

Jeanne Dousman Vielbig died on Aug. 17, just three weeks before her 98th birthday.

Nordelle Robinson Kelly — Madame Kelly to her pupils — who taught French for two decades in the schools here, died at home in East Hampton.

Edvin Karl Stromsten died at Southampton Hospital on Aug. 27 after a massive heart attack. He was 80.