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    A Tempting Tabletops benefit for the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center on Saturday will give ticketholders a chance to win a variety of “unique and whimsical” table settings on display during the 4:30 to 7:30 p.m....
Puppet Show     Katie’s Puppets will pay a visit to the Amagansett Library on Saturday afternoon at 3:30. After a puppet show, families will make their own puppets to take home. Advance sign-up is requested with the library...
    Darlene Smith, a bus driver for East Hampton Town’s Human Services Department, was suspended without pay for 30 days, retroactive to July 29, in a unanimous vote of the town board last Thursday.     Diane...
    Patrick Andrew Ryan, who for 30 years was the manager of East Hampton Airport, died on Aug. 14 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. He was 65. The cause was liver cancer, his wife, Nancy Metz-Ryan, said.   ...
    Vincent M. Preiss, the owner of MVP Pool Service and a resident of East Hampton, died at Southampton Hospital on Aug. 7 after a sudden illness. The cause of death is still being investigated. He was 53.     Mr....
    Joseph Olszewski, an East Hampton commercial fisherman who helped supply fresh fish to the Round Swamp Farm market on Three Mile Harbor Road, died at Southampton Hospital on Aug. 13 of an internal infection and organ failure. He...
    Eugene F. Williams Jr., the former chief executive officer and chairman of the St. Louis Union Trust Company and a civic leader in St. Louis, died at his summer residence on Jones Road, East Hampton, on Aug. 7. He was 90.
    Margaret Davison, a former East Hampton summer resident, died on Aug. 1 in Lantana, Fla. She was 95.
    Louis Calvin Goldman, a retired advertising executive who lived in East Hampton for 20 years, died in a hospice in his hometown, Naples, Fla., on July 2 of complications from heart and kidney failure. He was 85 years old.