obituaries

    Miriam Ungerer, a food writer whose column, “Long Island Larder,” appeared in The East Hampton Star for about 25 years, died at home in Great Barrington, Mass., on June 4. She was 84, and her death was caused by a...
    Harold Burt Dominy, a Wainscott plumber, clockmaker, and veteran, died on June 17 at the VA Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Fla. He was 91.     Mr. Dominy, who was born in Southampton on Dec. 30, 1921, to...
    After graduating from high school here, Bruce Stephen Bunce of East Hampton pursued his love for food and cooking. Possessing no formal training and only natural talent, he worked in several local restaurants, including the...
    Word has been received here of the death on June 15 in Utila, Honduras, of Benoit Bellenoue of Utila, a frequent visitor to East Hampton with his family. He was 46.     Mr. Bellenoue’s wife, Danielle, is the...

    Audrey B. Georges, a summer resident of Amagansett who died on March 6, will be remembered with a memorial service at 10 a.m. on July 6 at the Amagansett Presbyterian Church, where she was a member.
    Anna Mirabai Lytton was an ardent reader who had just begun to explore the classics, and a prolific writer and poet. She enjoyed taking photographs and listening to music, and liked to cook with her brother and mother; they were...
    Walter Joseph Smith Jr., a longtime summer resident of Amagansett who was a trial lawyer and partner of a Manhattan firm for some 25 years, died at home in Gainesville, Va., on June 5. He was 77 and had been diagnosed with a brain...
    Rita Layton was full of “beauty, charm, elegance, and grace,” wrote her daughter, Barbara Layton of East Hampton, but she also “had a strength and courage beyond words.”     Ms. Layton died...
Christine Rosemarie Hagen, a native of Germany and a longtime resident of Sag Harbor, died of cancer on June 8 after being ill for about 10 years. She was 64.     She and Anthony Hagen, who survives, met in 1969 when she was working...