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  • East Hampton Village

  •     The East Hampton Day Care Learning Center’s board of directors has two new chairwomen, Cornelia Randolph and Linda Calder. They are replacing Fred Doss and Diane Saatchi, who led the board for more than five years.

  • Faces in Printmaking

        A printmaking workshop at the East Hampton Library tomorrow will introduce kids 4 and older to this creative technique. Participants will look at faces in prints by famous artists and then print their own faces and shapes using techniques designed for their age group. The class runs from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Advance registration is required. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


    Scientists and Scavengers

  •     Peter Charles Durst, a Maidstone Park resident and a founding member of the Maidstoners, a local softball team, died on May 25 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx after a yearlong battle with lung cancer. He was 59.
        Mr. Durst had followed in both his father’s and his brother’s footsteps, becoming an ironworker. As a member of Local Union 580, he had worked on many of New York’s iconic buildings, including the World Trade Center.

  •     Dr. Ralph H. Brancaccio, a retired radiologist who lived on Bayview Terrace in the Southampton Shores section of North Sea, died on May 25 at home. He was 96.
        Dr. Brancaccio had been in solo practice for more than 40 years, after receiving degrees from Columbia University and the Long Island College of Medicine. He was a member of the Bay Ridge Medical Society, the Brooklyn Radiological Society, and the American College of Radiology peer review board. During his career, he was awarded a fellowship from the American College of Radiology.

  •     In recent years Howard Dickinson of Water Mill and his wife, Sharon Lingwood Dickinson, traveled from Maine to Florida for Mini Cooper events. Her purchase of one of the sporty little cars in 2007 had turned him into an enthusiast.
        The couple also organized their own rallies, including a scavenger hunt, Minis Hunt the Hamptons. They put together one called Hamptons Drive Out Hunger to benefit the Southampton Food Pantry.

  •     Diana Victoria Rowe, a longtime resident of Amagansett and member of the Maidstone and Devon Yacht Clubs, died on May 14 at the home of her daughter Grace Rowe in Cataumet, Mass., after a brief illness. She was 93 years old.
        Born on the Fourth of July, 1919, in Brookline, Mass., where she spent much of her childhood, she attended St. Timothy’s School in Maryland, an all-girl’s boarding school. Her parents were George Chalmers Cutler and the former Susan Margaret Stackpole.

  • AMAGANSETT
    K. Woodward to J. Bell and I. Anguelova, 1853 Montauk Highway, .21 acre, April 4, $600,000.
    E. Diamond (by executor) to S. and S. Greenstein, 88 Indian Wells Highway, 2.54 acres, April 12, $7,500,000.

    BRIDGEHAMPTON
    E. Hampton (by executor) to D. Amada and M. Kumwenda, 26 Huntington Crossway, .51 acre, April 12, $292,580.
    C. and K. Picket to S. and J. Smigel and J. Luchs, 17 Woodruff Ln, .56 acre, April 3, $1,985,000.
    M. Lesser and M. Schneider to T. Solomon, 41 Jennifir Lane, 1.92 acres, April 18, $3,313,000.

  •    Jason Richardson has joined the team of Wells Fargo home mortgage professionals. He is based in Southampton.
       A mortgage consultant, Mr. Richardson earned a master’s degree in business administration from Dowling College in Oakdale in 2009. Mr. Richardson has been a personal banker at Capital One in Quogue and at J.P. Morgan Chase in Riverhead.

  •    Ian Lynch, the Colgate-bound East Hampton High School senior and class valedictorian, made the all-state golf team as a result of his 15th-place finish in the state tournament played on Cornell University’s course last weekend.
       It was the first time that Lynch, who also was the recipient of Suffolk golf’s sportsmanship award, had made the all-state team.

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