Erika Reider Mark of Manhattan, who owned a house in East Hampton Village for over 30 years and was a member of the East Hampton Tennis Club and the Noyac Golf Club, died in New York City on Tuesday.
Catherine Gagliotti, a retired East Hampton schoolteacher, died at home on Pantigo Road in East Hampton on Tuesday at the age of 79.
Irving Hirschberg, a year-round resident of Amagansett for the last 35 years, died at Southampton Hospital on Dec. 30 following a heart attack.
Daisy C. Bowe, who had a positive impact on hundreds of students at the Bridgehampton School over her 30-year career, died on Tuesday.
Patricia Story, the East Hampton High School nurse for 25 years who cared for children with AIDS after her retirement, died on Dec. 13 at Avow Hospice in Naples, Fla.
Antoinette O’Connor, a part-time resident of Montauk for 43 years who was called both Rose and Toni, died on Dec. 5. She was 85 and had had a respiratory illness for about eight years.
Mike Kirshenbaum, a retired director of personnel for the Department of the Navy, died at Southampton Hospital on Friday at the age of 96. The cause was attributed to congestive heart failure and pneumonia.
Rose Millevolte, an artist who owned and operated Gallery East in East Hampton for 25 years, died in Naples, Fla., on Dec. 20 following what her loved ones described as a “long and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s disease.”

Richard Moore Thayer, a Sagaponack resident and former member of the Sagaponack School Board, died at home last Thursday.
William B. Conway, who grew up in Montauk and became a civil engineer and partner in Modjeski and Masters, which specialized in bridge-building, died on Dec. 14 in New Orleans, where he had lived with his family for many years.
William H. Miller, a former resident of Amagansett, where he played in the men’s slow-pitch softball league for many years, died on Dec. 12 in Panama City, Fla.
Pete DeCastro of Springs, a carpenter and builder who was a descendant of Sag Harbor fishermen and whalers, died at home of cancer on Friday evening.
Ann Shengold, an artist and art director who lived on Sherrill Road in East Hampton for several years, died of lung cancer on Nov. 26 at home in Mattituck.