obituaries

    David Myers, a resident of East Hampton for almost 50 years, died late Friday night at Southampton Hospital. He had had cancer for several years. Mr. Myers was 86.

    Frances Ferrari, an Italian cook and matriarch of a family that she nurtured not only with selfless care, her family said, but with holiday and everyday meals, died at home in East Hampton on Friday. She was 89.
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    Howard John Brown, a lifelong resident of East Hampton Town and part of the team that established the Springs Ambulance Company, died at Southampton Hospital on Sept. 18 of complications from myelodysplastic syndrome,...

    John Judge, 61, a longtime resident of Amagansett and friend of many in the community, died on Oct. 23 after being struck by a vehicle that did not stop. A story about the hit and run appeared in last week’s issue;...

    Visiting for Lottie Schaffer of East Hampton, who died Monday at 89, will be tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton. A Mass will be said for her at Most Holy Trinity Catholic...

    Steven Lockier, a lifetime resident of the South Fork, died at Southampton Hospital last Thursday of complications relating to cancer. Mr. Lockier, who was 55, had been sick for four years.

    Tara Loper-Mansir of Springs, a mother of four and the founder of Nana Cares, died on Sunday of cervical cancer. She was 43 years old.
    Born in Southampton on Feb. 24, 1969, to James H. Loper Jr. and...

    Dr. Ethel Person, a noted psychoanalytic theoretician who lectured internationally on human sexuality and gender identity, died on Oct. 16 at her home in Manhattan. She was 77.

    Patrick (Pat) Malik of Montauk died at Southampton Hospital on Oct. 14 from complications of cancer. He was 77. With his wife, Dorothy Malik, who survives, he was a regular at the Montauk Senior Nutrition Center, where he...