Obituaries

The family of Ben and Bonnie Krupinski and their grandson, William Maerov, have suggested contributions to the following organizations.
Claire Patricia Pollikoff, who was 19, died on May 31 after being admitted to the intensive care unit at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on May 27. She had been found lying on a trail in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods after an accidental overdose.
Gregory James Fariel, a special education teacher who moved to Amagansett full time in the 1990s to help his family run the Sea Breeze Inn, a bed-and-breakfast on an almost two-acre compound on Atlantic Avenue, died on June 7 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.
Virginia R. Sullivan, a resident of Amagansett starting in the 1960s and of East Hampton Village for more than 50 years, died at her New York City home on Friday. She was 99 and had had a stroke in September.
Visiting hours for William E. Segelken Jr., who died at home in East Hampton on Friday, will be held this evening from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton.
A memorial service for Dave Pierce of Montauk will be held on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Edward Ecker Park at the west end of Navy Road in Montauk.
The former Irish Republican leader Gerry Adams, the cookbook author Martha Stewart, and the golfer Ben Crenshaw were among the mourners who attended a funeral on Friday for Ben and Bonnie Krupinski and their grandson, William Maerov, three of the four people who died on June 2 when their small plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Amagansett.
Services for Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, and their grandson William Maerov, begin Thursday.
Warren George Padula, who was said to have been at the forefront of the digital revolution among visual artists, died of heart failure on May 27 at his home on Long Beach Lane in Sag Harbor. He was 71 and had been diagnosed with cancer in 2013.
Maurice H. Kouffman of East Hampton died on Tuesday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. He was 98.
Amy Marie Gale, whom those of a certain age may remember from her years in East Hampton High School’s guidance office, died on April 27 in Maspeth, Queens, following a brief illness.
Katherine A. Hargreaves, a world traveler, soap opera enthusiast, frequent Montauk visitor, and the former executive secretary for the Springfield Symphony Orchestra in Springfield, Mass., died of complications from hip surgery on May 26 at the Bristal Assisted Living community in Sayville. She was 88.
Joe Pintauro, a prolific playwright and fixture of the theatrical and literary worlds, died at home in Sag Harbor on May 29 in the company of his husband and partner of 40 years, Greg Therriault. He was 87.
Services have been scheduled for members of the Krupinski family who died when their plane crashed into the ocean waters off Amagansett on Saturday afternoon.