Richard Worthington, who grew up in East Hampton and taught elementary school in the upstate town of Greenwich for 30 years, died Sunday at St. Mary’s Hospital in Troy, N.Y., following a short illness. He was 75.
Barbara G. McArthur of Gulf Stream, Fla., who was born in Southampton and grew up in Bridgehampton, died in Delray Beach, Fla., on Jan. 29. She was 79 and had been ill with cancer for two months.
Joseph V. Kuch, a Bridgehampton native who became a civil engineer, died at home in Beach Haven, N.J., on Feb. 1. He was 74.
Barbara Anne Warner, a well-known merchant in Southampton and New York, died of cancer on Jan. 27 at Calvary Hospice in the Bronx. She was 65.
James Myron Moeller, a teacher, coach, pilot, and amateur radio operator, died on Jan. 22 at Southampton Hospital. Mr. Moeller was 73
Alexander B. Brook, who was known as Sandy, died at home in Newcastle, Me., on Jan. 23 after a heart attack. He was 89.
Charla Krupp, a fount of information for women all over the world who want to look younger and thinner, died on Jan. 23 at home in Manhattan of breast cancer.
John H. Davis, a best-selling author and member of the Bouvier family, died on Sunday in New York City at the age of 82 after a long illness and Alzheimer’s disease.
John Thomas Jones, who started working at Gosman’s Dock in Montauk while a teenager and remained there for nearly 30 years, died of knife wounds on Jan. 15
Peter Price, an architect who had an office on Newtown Lane in East Hampton for more than 30 years, died of heart disease on Jan. 24 at home in Sag Harbor. He was 66.
Armin Fried, who had lived in East Hampton part time since 1986, died on Jan. 13 in Arlington, Va. He was 87 .
Sayyid Abulgasim Khatami died at home in New York City on Jan. 13 after a brief illness.
Dorothy H. Allen, known as Dot, was a Sag Harbor resident for over 60 years.She died at home in Islip on Saturday.
Frank Bennett, a longtime resident of Sag Harbor, died at his retirement community in Crystal River, Fla., on Jan. 16 of congestive heart failure. He was 76.
Preston Mulford, a 14th-generation member of the Mulford family of Amagansett, which included some who were whalers, died at home on Jan. 6 in Centreville, Va. He was 82.