A memorial for Roland B. Anderson, formerly of Amagansett, who died on April 1, will be held next Thursday.
A service was held on Monday at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in Sag Harbor for Georganne Gilbride.
Sherry McErlean Kiger, whose roots on her mother’s side go back to the founding families of East Hampton, died on Aug. 22 at Southampton Hospital, three days after her 65th birthday.
Edvin Karl Stromstern died following a heart attack at Southampton Hospital on Aug. 27. He was 80.
Mildred Fairbanks Youngs Dickinson died on Saturday at Southampton Hospital, less than a year shy of her 100th birthday.
A funeral for Andrew Jackson Connick will be at St. Luke’s in the Fields Episcopal Church in Manhattan on Friday, September 16 at 11 a.m.
Hammer Service, Francis Gardiner Collins, For Ann Olsen
Claudine Calma Purcell, who grew up in East Hampton and then moved to Arizona after finishing high school here, died in an accidental drowning on Aug. 23 in Ahwatukee, Ariz. She was 32.
An obituary last week for Robert G. Plitt contained some inaccuracies.
Robert Godfrey Plitt, for more than three decades the owner of Plitt Ford Mercury, died of natural causes at home in East Hampton Village on Aug. 19. He was 87
Ron Sauers, a skilled designer and building contractor known for his attention to detail, died on Aug. 14 after a long battle with cancer. He was 73.
Stanley R. Schellinger of Sandra Road in Springs died of lymphoma on Aug. 9 at Southampton Hospital at the age of 79.
Ward Mohrfeld, a longtime resident of Floyd Street in East Hampton, died on Aug. 12 at the Westhampton Care Center following cardiac surgery on July 27 at Stony Brook University Medical Center. He was 76 years old.
Thomas Murphy, an educator who lived on Devon Road, Amagansett, and in Lloyd Harbor, died on July 10 at Huntington Hospital. He was 75 years old.