Jacqueline Scott was a woman who made her mark on the world and left a wide circle of friends and acquaintances. She died on Nov. 16 in Naples, Fla., of cancer
Anson Boulton Herrick Jr., who lived in East Hampton for 35 years, died after a short illness on Saturday in Southold, surrounded by his family.
Walter Schreiber, a former Wainscott resident who became an accomplished artist after retiring to Florida in 2003, died of a heart attack on Nov. 2
A memorial gathering will be held at the Engel family home in Katonah, N.Y., on Saturday for Timothy J. Engel, who died on Oct. 27
Kathleen Schwestka, a retired secretary with the Bell Telephone Company in New Jersey and a 28-year resident of Sag Harbor, died at Southampton Hospital last Thursday. She was 83.
Paul Craig Jones, a retired Southampton Town police officer who lived on Banks Court in East Hampton, died on Nov. 9 at the Northport Veterans Administration Hospital after a prolonged illness. He was 63.
John J. Nolan Jr., a woodworker, sailor, and jazz aficionado, died on Oct. 10 of injuries sustained in an accident at his home on North Haven. He was 53.
James Patrick Barrett Jr., who founded Southampton Painting and Contracting, died of cancer at Southampton Hospital on Nov. 9. He was 60.
John F. Shea Jr., a 25-year resident of South Faraday Street in Montauk, died at Southampton Hospital on Nov. 1 after a long illness. He was 71.
John Victor Wolge, 91, died at his daughter’s house in East Hampton following a heart attack on Oct. 13.
Kathy Kronuch, who ran Johnny’s Tackle Shop on Main Street in Montauk, died on Monday at Southampton Hospital of cancer after a brief illness. She was 54.
Richard Flender of East Hampton and Manhattan died on Oct. 26 in Southampton. He was 82.
Nancy Mulligan died on Oct. 25 at Stony Brook University Medical Center. She was 65 and had pneumonia.
Ms. Asch, who divided her time between Amagansett and Manhattan, died on Oct. 21. She was 86.