Obituaries

Visiting hours for Rose Tekulsky of East Hampton will be held tonight from 6 to 8 at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton.
Jay P. Jarboe, who was a pilot for the heavy metal bands Motley Crue and Def Leppard and later for commercial airlines, died of a cardiac aneurysm in Naples, Fla., on Dec. 14. A frequent visitor to Montauk, he was 64.
Timothy Patrick Sullivan of East Hampton died at home on Dec. 8 of lung cancer that was diagnosed in September. He was 84.
Sarah Jane Leddy Spell, who grew up in East Hampton and had worked at the Montauk Downs Golf Club and the Biltmore Hotel in Manhattan, died on Saturday at home in Apopka, Fla. She was 81 and had cancer for a year, her family said.
Alfred Dumais died on Nov. 16 of complications following hip surgery at Mount Sinai-St. Luke’s Hospital in New York. He was 91. A service was held on Nov. 19 at the Church of St. John Nupomucene in New York and his family will decide on the disposition of his ashes at a later date.
Frank Dickinson died of pneumonia at the age of 94 on Dec. 11 at the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University.
Frederick Rutledge Smith, an adventurer, sportsman, and a founding editor of Sports Illustrated, died at his Wainscott home on Dec. 14. He was 93 and had been in declining health for some time.
Mary Bayes Ryan, an artist who in the 1970s purchased the former Fire Place Lodge summer camp in Springs, opening it for use by local farmers, pop-up summer camps, and an extended community of family, friends and neighbors, died at home overlooking Gardiner’s Bay on Sept. 21. She was 85.
Laurel Planz, 55, died at home in East Hampton on Dec. 2 after a two-week bout of flu. She was cremated.
James Oxnam died on Dec. 5 at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan where he had been treated in the last few weeks for the sudden onset of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He was 86 and had been healthy, active, and engaged until then, his friends said.
Mrs. Stoll died of complications from an impact injury sustained at her Manhattan home on Nov. 26. She was 93, and had been ill for eight weeks.
John Pantelis Karoussos, who opened a popular restaurant named Jason’s in Washington, D.C., after attending Catholic University there, died on Monday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital of prostate cancer. He was 74 and had been ill for a year and a half.
Dianne L. MacDonald, a clinical social worker for four decades after graduating from Columbia University, died after a brief illness on Dec. 10 at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. She was 71 and had been in declining health.
Nicola Curwin Lombardi, an export and international marketing executive in the cosmetics industry, died at her East Hampton home on Nov. 14. She was 78, and had Lewy Body dementia for two years.