Obituaries

Bettie B. Wysor, a novelist and playwright who also was an East Hampton real estate broker, died of the complications of Alzheimer’s disease last Thursday at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue. She was 90.
Maureen Wiles, who had worked at the North Main Street Cleaners and the North Main Street I.G.A. in East Hampton before moving to Virginia, then to Spring Hill, Fla., died on Nov. 10 after a heart attack, her family said. She was 72.
Diana V. Bianchi, who had been a waitress at Michael’s restaurant in Springs, died of liver and kidney failure at Doctors Hospital of Sarasota, Fla. on Nov. 27. She was 65.
Yves Henri Robert of East Hampton, who was born in Hong Kong to French parents, died of pneumonia at Southampton Hospital on Dec. 2 at the age of 91.
Mr. Cooley died of cardiac arrest on Oct. 4, his family said. He was 74.
Mrs. Fugazzi died of colon cancer on Nov. 27 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue after two years of ill health.
John de Cuevas, a longtime resident of Amagansett and Cambridge, Mass., died last Thursday at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston of complications from acute myeloid leukemia.
A memorial service for Steven Paul Marcus, who died in April, will be held next Thursday in the faculty room of the Columbia University Law Library at 4:15 p.m.
Wakes for Rosa Elizabeth Cox, who worked at the Stop and Shop supermarket in East Hampton for decades, will be held on Sunday from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Scott Rothwell Funeral Home in Hampton Bays, where she lived.
Leslie Okin, a publisher of Craft Horizons magazine and a professor of English, died at his Amagansett home on Nov. 4. He was 94 and had been in ill health following the death of his wife, Sheila Okin, in 2013.
Paul Moss, who got a job in his late 20s at the Control Corporation, a company that made custom precision parts, and worked his way up to become president, died of congestive heart failure at his Accabonac Road home in East Hampton on Nov. 9. He was 90 and had been ill for six months.
Joan T. Card, a lifelong resident of Amagansett and East Hampton, who was said to delight in local seafood, including lobster, scallops, and clams, died of pulmonary disease at her home in East Hampton on Nov. 11. She was 86.
Joan Alice Croan of Sag Harbor, a real estate broker, died on Nov. 9 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. She was 89 and had been in failing health.
Denyse E. Reid, who aided the allied forces in Belgium during World War II and was a community activist after settling in Princeton, N.J., in 1955, died on Nov. 14 at the Acorn Glen Assisted Living Facility in Princeton, where she had lived for eight years.