Mr. Gasman, who died of complications following respiratory failure on Saturday at the age of 76, had a career that ranged from Catskills comedy to stages in New York, Houston, and London just last year.
Robert McKinny Barnes, an architect and longtime resident of eastern Long Island, died on Sept. 30 after returning from a trip to Italy and France. He was 68. He collapsed while exercising at a gym in New York City and was rushed to New York Presbyterian Medical Center where he was pronounced dead of an apparent heart attack. A funeral for him was...
Janet T. Sellers loved anything she could do outdoors, from gardening, swimming, kayaking, water-skiing, and whitewater rafting in the warmer months to horseback riding, hiking, skiing, and ice-skating in the cooler ones.
Jo Carney of East Hampton, whose talents as a writer and performer enriched the culture of the East End for more than four decades, died on Sept. 27 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue.
Kathryn Frances McGuirk, who worked for many years in the nurse’s office at East Hampton Middle School, died at home on the corner of Newtown Lane and McGuirk Street in East Hampton on Oct. 2 after a brief illness. She was 87.
A funeral for Richard C. Wilson Sr. of East Hampton will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on James Lane. Mr. Wilson, who was 78, died on Sunday
Carol Macdonald Nye, the publisher and co-founder of On Montauk, a free visitors guide, died at home on Oct. 4 of cancer, her family said.
Harry Eugene Minetree, a college professor, journalist, and writer of magazine articles and documentary films, some of which he produced, died on Sept. 17 in an assisted living facility in Glendale, Calif. He was 83 and had been in poor health for about a year.
Elizabeth Montague Ruth of Springs died on Sunday at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. She was 76 and had had cancer for a year.
Winifred McKinney died on Aug. 6 at the age of 95.
Bernadette Sullivan Costanzo of Montauk, the owner of the former Montauk Beach Store on Main Street, died of a stroke on Sept. 25 at Stony Brook University Hospital, where she had been hospitalized for about six weeks.
Robert M. Barnes Jr. of Barnes Coy Architects died in Manhattan on Sunday of an apparent heart attack. He was 68.