Leslie Okin, a publisher of Craft Horizons magazine and a professor of English, died at his Amagansett home on Nov. 4. He was 94 and had been in ill health following the death of his wife, Sheila Okin, in 2013.
Paul Moss, who got a job in his late 20s at the Control Corporation, a company that made custom precision parts, and worked his way up to become president, died of congestive heart failure at his Accabonac Road home in East Hampton on Nov. 9. He was 90 and had been ill for six months.
Joan T. Card, a lifelong resident of Amagansett and East Hampton, who was said to delight in local seafood, including lobster, scallops, and clams, died of pulmonary disease at her home in East Hampton on Nov. 11. She was 86.
Joan Alice Croan of Sag Harbor, a real estate broker, died on Nov. 9 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. She was 89 and had been in failing health.
Denyse E. Reid, who aided the allied forces in Belgium during World War II and was a community activist after settling in Princeton, N.J., in 1955, died on Nov. 14 at the Acorn Glen Assisted Living Facility in Princeton, where she had lived for eight years.
Ms. Rasmussen died at home on Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett on Sunday. She was 51.
Charles Hitchcock, an educator, scholar, and activist who lived on the South Fork for 49 years, died on Oct. 24 at Cathedral Village, a retirement community in Philadelphia, of small cell lung cancer. He was 79.
A funeral Mass for Anne Vasti, formerly of Montauk, will be said on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church there. The Rev. Tom Murray will officiate, with burial following at Fort Hill Cemetery.
Joan V. Otto of Jupiter, Fla., died on Sept. 13 at home there. She was 86 and had been in good health until about six months ago.
Mrs. Jackson, a resident of Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton for nearly six decades, died on Sept. 25, surrounded by family. She was 89.
Gretchen Joan Parks, a former photo editor of Cosmopolitan magazine and a cabaret dancer, died at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital following a heart attack on Sept. 28. She was 84, and had heart disease, her family said.
Elizabeth Vogt Rossuck of East Hampton, a longtime parishioner, ruling elder, and clerk of session at the Amagansett Presbyterian Church, died on Oct. 22 at Southampton Hospital. She was 82 and had been in increasingly frail health for the past few months.
Ms. McKinstry died on Oct. 23, 2018, at the Sarah Neuman Home in Mamaroneck, N.Y., from complications of a stroke at the age of 80. She had been married for 45 years to Gerald C.
Marie Edwards Weber, who was born in East Hampton and lived here all her life, died in her sleep last Thursday at the Westhampton Care Center. Her family said she had been diagnosed with congestive heart failure seven years ago. She was 83.