Catherine M. White died at home on Hedges Land in Amagansett on Saturday. She was 88 and had lived in the hamlet for 47 years.
Felicia M. Hogan died on Dec. 4 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton after an illness. She was 75.
Mrs. Crowley was 101 years old when she died at Southampton Hospital on Sunday surrounded by family and friends.
Alice M. McDonald, who started Bermuda Party Rentals and ran it until her 82nd birthday this past July, died of colon cancer on Friday at home on Old Northwest Road in East Hampton.
Phoebe McDonough, a former librarian at the East Hampton Library, died on Saturday at home on Buell Lane in East Hampton. She was 92.
Margaret A. Edwards, who lived in East Hampton from infancy until 1966, died on Nov. 11 at home in White Post, Va., after an illness. She was 67.
Eoin Sprott, whose special effects can be seen in films as diverse as “The Wiz” and Woody Allen’s “Zelig,” died of cancer at home in Sag Harbor on Saturday. He was 77.
Eugenia Barbara Desmond, who had worked at the New York Ocean Science Lab in Montauk and sold real estate in the hamlet, died on Dec. 3 at Mount Sinai Hospital in Queens. She was 88.
Ricardo Wiesenberg, who with his wife Hanne Brenken helped save a historic 1891 house on Georgica Road built by William Almy Wheelock, died on Oct. 8 in Vence, France. He was 85 and had Alzheimer’s disease.
Cynthia Straker Pierce, a Sag Harbor resident and an attorney for the Federal Aviation Administration in Washington, D.C., for 20 years, died on Nov. 30. She was 82.
Ruth Elizabeth White, an East Hampton resident for seven years who lived most of her adult life in Water Mill, died on Dec. 2
Thomas Grenci, who was responsible for the hundreds of acres of state parkland from Napeague to Montauk from 1958 until 1990, part of that time as the five parks’ sole dedicated State Parks Police officer, died at home in West Melbourne, Fla.