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  •     “All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert,” a documentary directed by Vivian Ducat, won the 2013 Brown Harris Stevens Audience Award at the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, which was held at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor earlier this month. The film is the story of a self-taught African-American artist who spent seven years on a chain gang in a Georgia prison, where he learned how to tool and dye brightly colored leather canvases.

  •     The Artists Alliance of East Hampton is presenting work by approximately 40 of its members at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weekend. The exhibition will include paintings, drawings, sculpture, photographs, and mixed media works.

  •     James Louis Lloyd, a science teacher at the Montauk School for a decade, died in Arlington, Tex., on Nov. 18 of throat cancer. He was 56 and had been ill for seven months.

  •     Kathryn Ciccariello, who owned Seven Sons Landscaping in Montauk with her husband, Thomas Ciccariello, died on Nov. 27 at Stony Brook University Hospital. She was 59 and had ovarian cancer for three and a half years.

        The Ciccariellos were married on Sept. 18, 1976. The couple lived in Montauk, where they raised their three children. Mr. Ciccariello was a member of the Montauk Fire Department and Mrs. Ciccariello “helped out a lot behind the scenes,” said her daughter, Sara Ciccariello.

  • Mary E. Hamma, an active member of the Sag Harbor community where she had lived for 25 years, died at Southampton Hospital on Sunday. She was 87 and had Parkinson's disease.

  •     Mary E. Hamma, a 25-year resident of Sag Harbor Village, died at South­ampton Hospital. She was 87 and had Parkinson’s disease.

        The daughter of Irish immigrants, Mrs. Hamma was born in the Bronx on October 21, 1926 to Mary and Michael Fitzpatrick. She grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, where her parents owned a soda fountain and deli. As a young girl, she attended Bushwick High School and what was formerly the Schudder Secretarial School.

  •     Eva Mae Collins, a native of Montauk whose extensive collection of lighthouse replicas was displayed some years ago at the East Hampton Library, died on Dec. 3 at the Westhampton Care Center. She was 88, and had been in failing health for some time.

  •     Frank Greene, 85, formerly of Bridgehampton, who was a parts manager at Plitt Ford before moving to Boynton Beach, Fla., after his retirement, died on Dec. 3 in Wellington, Fla.

        He had been in failing health for some time, but an exact cause of death was not known, his daughter, Ola Walker of West Palm Beach, Fla., said.

        Mr. Greene was born on Sept. 8, 1928, in Southampton to Robert Greene and the former Frances Marshall. He grew up in Bridgehampton and graduated from Bridgehampton High School.

  •     Richard C. Hoadley, a former resident of East Hampton, died on Nov. 26 at Bethesda Hospital in Boynton Beach, Fla. He was 77. A funeral Mass will be held on Dec. 21 at 11 a.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton, with burial to follow. An obituary will appear in a future issue.

  •     There will be visiting hours for Peter Paul Lester, 65, a former East Hampton resident who died on Nov. 17 in Wesley Chapel, Fla., this evening from 7 to 9 at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton.

        A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Oak Grove Cemetery in Amagansett.

        A full obituary will appear in a future issue.

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