Mr. Carpenter, who was known to friends as Ted, was an anthropologist, art historian, and media theorist, among his many callings.
Michael Roesel, an ex-chief of the Bridgehampton Fire Department and former Suffolk County fire coordinator, died at home in Bridgehampton last Thursday at the age of 67.
Alexandra Kazickas was born Alexandra Kalvenas in Panvezys, a small town in Lithuania, on June 17, 1920. She died at home on Egypt Lane in East Hampton on Friday at the age of 91.
Miriam S. Eldar, a retired architect and author who loved to hunt for wild mushrooms, died on May 29 at home in Water Mill. She was 86.
Edith Dallas Ernst married into one of the most influential art families of the 20th century, and she became inextricably linked to them and their accomplishments, but she was not one to rest lightly on others’ laurels.
Michael Elwood Gochenour died at home in Delray Beach, Fla., on May 30 after his esophagus ruptured.
Melvin Eugene Riddick, the treasurer of Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton from 1979 to 1994, died in North Carolina on April 19.
Ms. Posillico, a Springs resident, died at Southampton Hospital on June 1 after an illness. She was 79.
John Lockman Helmuth Jr. died on May 15 in Roosevelt Hospital in New York City, two days after having a massive stroke. The former East Hampton resident was 70 years old.