Jeraldine D. Coyle, a former clerk in the East Hampton Town Assessor’s and Town Clerk’s offices, died of cancer in Naples, Fla., on Saturday. She was 74.
Her family’s roots in East Hampton dated back to the 1800s, according to her daughter, Karin Beaver Julin, with whom she lived in Nebraska for a time after retiring from her job here. She moved to Florida in 2010.
Manfred Sobotka, a retired aeronautics and electrical engineer who lived on Round Pond Lane in Sag Harbor for 41 years, died of heart failure on May 4 at Southampton Hospital. He was 84 and had been ill for several years, his family said.
A memorial gathering for Phyllis and Richard Madan will be held on Saturday. Friends have been invited to stop by and share stories or have a glass of Champagne at 46 Maple Lane in East Hampton from 4 to 8 p.m.
The Madans retired to their vacation house here in 1991. Both became active with the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee, Mr. Madan serving for a time as its co-chairman. His wife died on Nov. 13, 2013; he died on Jan. 23.
A graveside memorial for John Haessler will be held on Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Most Holy Trinity Cemetery on Cedar Street in East Hampton. Mr. Haessler, who was from East Hampton and owned the Seafood Shop in Wainscott for many years, died on Feb. 21.
Weilman and del Giudice to M. and C. Miller, 224 Town Lane, .9 acre, April 4, $1,275,000.
I. and D. Carmichael to B. and M. Goldner, 30 Indian Wells Highway, .5 acre, March 26, $2,300,000.
M. Eichhorn to W. Lacey Trust, 79 Meeting House Lane, .75 acre, April 4, $3,200,000.
M. and P. Jacobus, to B. and B. Pitz, 15 Bluff Road, .43 acre, March 28, $2,360,000.
C. Calhoun to 31 Hampton Lane L.L.C., 31 Hampton Lane, .23 acre, March 14, $1,050,000.
The Montauk Triathlon (1-mile swim in Lake Montauk, 20-mile bike, and 10K run) based at the West Lake Drive-Star Island Causeway intersection, will be held Saturday, beginning with the swim at 7:30 a.m.
Merle McDonald-Aaron, the race director, said 520 have signed up this year, about 100 fewer than in 2013. “The reason,” she thinks, “is that there’s to be a national Olympic-distance triathlon a week later.”
The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons will present “Rosemary Verey: The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener,” an illustrated talk by Barbara Paul Robinson, on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Community House.
Verey, who died in 2001, was an internationally known English garden designer, lecturer, and prolific garden writer who created the famous garden at Barnsley House, her home in England’s Cotswalds. The Prince of Wales, Elton John, and the New York Botanical Garden were among her clients.
The Rising Stars piano series at the Levitas Center for the Arts at Southampton Cultural Center will conclude its spring season Saturday at 7 p.m. with a concert by Keru Zhang.
Only 18 years old, Ms. Zhang has been studying piano for 14 years; she made her stage debut at the age of 5. She has performed at festivals in Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Canada, Germany, Poland, France, Belgium, Holland, and the United States. She is currently enrolled in the pre-college division of the Juilliard School of Music, where she won the 2013 Bauchauer Scholarship competition.
“Occasional Music for Early Winds and Plucked Strings,” a free concert by William Feasley and Sarah Weiner, will take place at the Montauk Library Saturday evening at 7:30.
Mr. Feasley, the first guitarist to be awarded the Peabody Conservatory’s Artist Diploma, will play the theorbo, a long-necked string instrument, and a 19th-century guitar, in addition to the classical guitar. Ms. Weiner, who has performed both modern and classical music with ensembles around the country, will play baroque oboe and recorder.