Andrew Clark Ingraham Jr., who was the East Hampton Town attorney in the early 1980s and maintained a law practice here for many years, died of cancer after a long illness on April 5, in Beaufort, S.C.
Sondra E. Anderson, who was, in her neighbor Gordon Ryan’s words, “a real old-time Lazy Pointer,” died in her sleep at home there on March 19.
James Anthony McCann, a longtime resident of East Hampton who moved three years ago to Spokane, Wash., died there on April 8 of renal failure.
John L. Damiecki, a member of a Bridgehampton potato-farming family, died of complications of pneumonia in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Jan. 26, with several family members by his bedside.
Morton Deutsch, who founded the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution at Columbia University (now renamed for him) died on March 13 in New York City.
The Star has learned that Mary Stewart of East Hampton died on Monday.
Michael William Varese, who restored fine furniture in his East Hampton workshop for 35 years and wrote over 300 columns about furniture for The New York Times and Country Living magazine, died on March 27 in Lantana, Fla., at the age of 91.
Charles Garrett, a physicist, author, and educator in scientific research and a 47-year resident of Fithian Lane in East Hampton, died of cardiac failure on Saturday at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.
Barbara Ann Marasco, a conservationist, gardener, and birdwatcher, died of pneumonia on April 1 in Stuart, Fla., at the age of 82.
Anita Ober, who had had a house in Springs since the late 1960s, died in Philadelphia at the Hahnemann University Hospital on Feb. 2 at the age of 81.
The Star has received word that Wanda Rosado of East Hampton died on Sunday. She was 57.
A memorial service for Daria Deshuk will be held at Guild Hall on April 22 at 7 p.m.
Visiting hours for Barbara Marasco, who died on Saturday in Florida, will be tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton.
Barbara Tobin Reid, who taught children with learning disabilities at New York’s St. Luke’s Hospital as well as privately until her retirement in 2000, died at her Amagansett house on Wednesday morning, just before her 81st birthday, with her family by her side.
James Rosenquist, a progenitor of Pop Art who expanded its scale and developed a painterly language marked by the juxtaposition of fragmented and disjunctive images, died at home in New York City on Friday after a long illness.