Obituaries

Viola McClancy of Amagansett died on Oct. 19 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton of complications from a fall two months ago.
Peggy Ann Bovee died at Southampton Hospital on Saturday of an infection-related heart attack, her family said. She was 67.
Fannie Square Crawford, who was born in Virginia in 1916 and moved with her family to Sagaponack in 1929, died on Oct. 11 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. She was 94.
Elaine Lyons, a teacher and administrator for 40 years at the Lavelle School for the Blind in the Bronx, died of cancer on Oct. 15 at Calvary Hospital there. She was 75.
Thomas Murphy, who retired to live full time Montauk in 2003 after leaving the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, died of congestive heart failure on Friday at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. He was 63.
Jack Musnicki of Bridgehampton, who founded the Bridgehampton Landscaping company, died on Friday. He was 72.
Henriette D. Hoffman, 82, of Amagansett and Manhattan, died on Oct. 10. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer eight years ago, “and had a great quality of life until almost the very end,” wrote her son Daniel.
A memorial serice and celebration for Edmund Snow Carpenter of East Hampton, who died in July at the age of 88, will be held in New York City on Friday, Oct. 28.
Marilyn E. Lopez, a Clermont, Fla., resident who was born and raised in East Hampton, died on Oct. 8 in Panama City, Fla. She had suffered from more than 50 years of degenerative disease, her family said. She was 67.
Kevin V. O’Malley, best known in Sag Harbor as the face of the Our Gig Two store on Main Street, died on Oct. 4 at the age of 63.