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  • The Princess and the Racer

        Princess Katie and Racer Steve, who play “fun, witty music that parents can enjoy with their kids,” according to their Web site, will get kids moving at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton on Tuesday. The duo and their band offer up kid-friendly rock, swing, reggae, country, funk, dance, and rockabilly tunes.

  • East Hampton Town
    Space for Cell Towers
        Using maps of the cellular communications equipment sites that the various cell companies have throughout East Hampton Town, Councilwoman Theresa Quigley has suggested the town board seek to pinpoint gaps in coverage areas and identify town lands where cell towers could be erected.

  •     Nancy Reutershan, a member of East Hampton’s Ladies Village Improvement Society for half a century and a resident since 1948 of the village, died at home on Cedar Court on July 25. She was 84.

  •     Frank J. Cafiso, who ran North Main Street Cleaners in East Hampton from 1952 to 1995, died at home on July 9 in Port Saint Lucie, Fla. He was 78. The cause was liver cancer, his family said.
        Mr. Cafiso served stateside in the Army during the Korean War. He was a member of the American Legion, both in Port Saint Lucie and the East Hampton post. He was also in the Knights of Columbus of Sag Harbor and Port Saint Lucie, the Rotary Club, and the Elks Club.

  •     Mary Colhoun, an East Hampton resident from 1955 to 1969 and a commercial pilot who logged over 20,000 hours of flight time, died on Sunday at Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, Conn., surrounded by her family and her partner, William A. Hayden. Ms. Calhoun, who was 86, had renal failure.
        Ms. Colhoun was born on Jan. 11, 1926, in Mansfield, Ohio, to Robert Bushnell and the former Marietta Kegg. For much of her life, she lived in several towns in Connecticut, including Lyme, Fairfield, and Greenwich.

  •     Brenda Horland Kreichman loved to dance and play tennis. She enjoyed long, vigorous walks near her house in Springs and on the beach at Maidstone Park with her grandchildren, Kyle and Will K. Schuler and Alex Kreichman.
        Mrs. Kreichman died on July 2 of complications of a neurological disorder. She was 72.
         Mrs. Kreichman was born in Brooklyn to Herb Horland and the former Syd Reicher, and raised in Belle Harbor, Queens, with her twin sister, Jackie.

  •     Stephanie M. Chapman of Osborne Lane, East Hampton, died at home on Tuesday at the age of 88. The family attributed her death to old age.
        Born in Southampton on Feb. 29, 1924, to Adam Marcincuk and Ladislaa Krelski, Ms. Chapman was the youngest of seven siblings and the only girl. None of her brothers survive.

  •     Bonnie Jean Addy Mauro, who saw the world as an American Airlines stewardess in the early 1950s, died on July 1 at home in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., after an illness. A former part-time resident of Amagansett, she was 82.

  •     Andrew A. Weiss, an East Hampton High School graduate and former president of the Peconic chapter of the American Institute of Architects, died of a heart attack on July 25 in Riverhead, where he was staying. He was 63.
        He was born to Theodore and Frances Weiss in New York City on Sep. 10, 1948. His parents moved to Springs not long afterward.

  •     Jane M. Smith, a founding member of two chapters of the singing group Sweet Adelines, died at Southampton Hospital on July 20 at the age of 88.
        A funeral service was held at the Old Whalers Presbyterian Church in Sag Harbor on July 24, with burial following at Oakland Cemetery in Sag Harbor. A complete obituary will appear in a future edition.

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