obituaries

    Robert Sidney Thanhauser Jr., the former majority owner and chief executive officer of Fidelipac, a leading manufacturer of four-track cartridges, died on Sunday at his Main Street, East Hampton, home. He was 71. The cause was...
    Barbara Ann Norton McNally, who retired from a position as an account administrator with the Dreyfus mutual fund company in Melville to enjoy a life year round in Montauk, died on Oct. 1 at home on Duval Place. She was 77 and...
    Carl G. Marino of Sag Harbor, a boater and real estate agent, died at Southampton Hospital on Saturday. He was 72 and had Parkinson’s disease.     Born in the Bronx on Sept. 20, 1940, to P. George and Mary...
    David H. Hernandez, an East Hampton High School junior and a devout Catholic whose favorite place here was the East Hampton Cinema, took his own life on Sept. 29.     Born in Cuenca, Ecuador, on Dec. 28, 1995, to...

    John Philip Jayme II of Wainscott, known to family and friends as Bud, died at Southampton Hospital on Sept. 10 of cardiopulmonary arrest. He was 84.     Mr. Jayme was born in Pittsburgh on Dec. 19, 1928, to...
    A funeral service was held on Monday at Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor for Sam Van Kuren Willson, a retired advertising executive who had been organist and choirmaster of the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church for over a...

    A graveside service for Robert E. and Dorothy Vetault will be held at noon on Oct. 20 at Cedar Lawn Cemetery in East Hampton on the occasion of the burial of the couple’s ashes. Mr. Vetault died on May 8 in Tucson, Az. Mrs...

    Annette Sabin, an Amagansett resident and a longtime executive vice president of the Sabin Metal Corporation, died on Sept. 26 at the Gurwin Rehabilitation Center in Commack of congestive heart failure. Her son Andrew Sabin, who...
    Capt. John DeMaio, a Montauk charter boat captain who seemed to have a sixth sense when it came to finding fish, died on Oct. 1 at home in Palm Beach, Fla. He had been diagnosed as having pancreatic cancer two years ago.