Obituaries

Sally Krajicek died on Sunday at Stony Brook University Medical Center after a short illness. She was 89 years old.
Thomas Loudon Collins, a lifelong resident of East Hampton who was credited with helping to decode 143 Nazi messages during World War II, died of a heart attack on May 18
John Joseph Mullen died at home in Montauk on Friday of complications related to Parkinson’s disease. He was 73.
Elva Lourdes Klein Leo, who was known as Nubbie, died on May 3 at home in Charlotte, N.C. She was 90 years old.
Angela Buckhout, the president of WLNG radio, died at home in East Hampton on Saturday. She was 66
Judith Ann Militare, who was devoted to community theater here, died of cancer last Thursday. She was 61 and had been ill only a short time.
Donald David Bennett, a 13th-generation member of the Bennett family and a lifelong East Hampton resident, died at home in East Hampton Village on May 7. He was 77, and had been ill for some time.
Harold Franklin Shepherd, a player in Hamptons real estate during the boom years of the 1980s and ’90s, died of heart failure on Sunday after a long illness. He was 81 years old.
Patricia Flach, an artist and designer who lived in New York City and spent her childhood summers in East Hampton, died on Sunday in her sleep following an illness.
Julia Gargiulo, who had been a social worker with the elderly in Greenwich, Conn., and a psychotherapist, died on Friday in Stamford, Conn. Ms. Gargiulo, who lived in East Hampton from 1994 to 2006, was 78 and had ovarian cancer.
oseph H. Brubaker Jr., an auditor with Aetna Insurance for 30 years, died at home in East Hampton on Sunday of complications from heart disease. He was 76.
Best known in East Hampton for the years he spent as a gas station attendant at the Y Pay More station on Three Mile Harbor Road, Frederick Askin, known as Rick, died on April 25 in Riverhead after a short bout with cancer. He was 58 years old.