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.
Joseph Pernica, who owned a house on Hedges Bank Drive in East Hampton for 32 years, died on June 22 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx. He was 86.
Eleanor L. Edelman, a past board member of the East Hampton Historical Society who was dedicated to architectural preservation, died unexpectedly in her sleep at her Bronxville, N.Y., home on Jan. 7. She was 87.
Lawrence P. Hamill, a past commander of the American Legion post in Amagansett, died last Thursday at Southampton Hospital. Mr. Hamill, who was 77, had been ill for several years.
Thomas Lusty, who grew up in Amagansett but moved away from the South Fork after college, died at home in Stuart, Fla., on Jan. 6. He was 64 years old and had had cancer for about a year.
Mabel Pitts Wilson, a member of the family of Canadian fishermen who immigrated to Montauk in the 1920s, died on Jan. 9 at Cedar Lodge Nursing Home in Center Moriches. She was 98.
Dr. Zan A. Zolan of Scottsdale, Ariz., an internist and cardiologist formerly of East Hampton, died on Jan. 7, after a two-year illness with cancer.
John McWhinnie Jr., an art and rare book dealer known for his eclectic and inspired exhibits, both in East Hampton and New York City, died in a snorkeling accident on Friday