obituaries

    Visiting hours for George Ivan Hadjipopov, who died last Thursday, will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton. Mr. Hadjipopov lived in Montauk and was known to many as Bulgarian George...

       Kathryn Abbe, who began her professional career as a freelance photographer in 1944 when few women were in the field, died at home in Brookville on Jan. 18. She was 94 and had been ill for only a week.
       Yolanda Jean Gross, who retired from teaching at P.S. 49 in the South Bronx in 1996 but continued as a classroom substitute at the Springs School and worked as its librarian for a time, died on Sunday at...
       The Star has received word of the death of Thomas E. Bennett, an 11th-generation Bennett who grew up on Louse Point Road in Springs, on Dec. 18. Mr. Bennett, who died at home in Indianapolis, had been ill with...
       Helen Miller Daniels, who died of pneumonia last Thursday at Southampton Hospital after a short illness, was 87 and had lived her entire life in East Hampton within a one-mile radius. An 11th-generation Bonacker...
       Word has been received here of the death of Mary T. Schaefer, a resident of the Northampton summer colony in Sag Harbor for over 50 years, on Dec. 15 at Glen Cove Hospital. Death was attributed to respiratory...
       Thomas Tomossonie Sr., a lifelong Sag Harbor resident, died on Dec. 30 at Southampton Hospital. He was 69 and had been ill for some time, his family said.        Mr. Tomossonie had...
       Maria O. Brennan, an antiques dealer who owned the Grand Acquisitor in East Hampton for 20 years, died on Monday at Southampton Hospital. She was 74 and had been ill for a long time.     ...
       Edward Douglas Warner, a lifelong East End resident who owned Fedi’s Markets in East Hampton and Shelter Island, died of pneumonia on Dec. 29 at Southampton Hospital. He was 82 and had Parkinson’s...