Obituaries

Semira Breitweg of Flaggy Hole Road in Springs, who moved full time to East Hampton after the death of her husband in 1994, died on Monday at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Westhampton Beach.
Peter Macgregor-Scott, an award-winning film producer who spent as much time as possible in East Hampton during the last six years, died on Oct. 29, after being thrown from a taxi in New York City when the driver failed to realize Mr. Macgregor-Scott was following another passenger into the vehicle.
Raymond Michael Cappiello, who had been the owner Manucci’s and the Shark Shack restaurants in Montauk, died on Oct. 20 at Southampton Hospital.
Shirley Plitt, who spent her childhood summers on Shelter Island and met her husband, who also spent summers there, through mutual summer friends, died last Thursday at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue, where she had been taken a few days before.
Jennifer Anne Balnis, a former East Hampton resident who had moved to Mount Pleasant, S.C., recently, died at home on Sept. 16. The cause was brain cancer, her family said.
Bradley Stanley Marmon, the longtime owner of White’s Pharmacy, one of East Hampton’s oldest businesses, died on Sunday morning, some two weeks before he would have celebrated his 92nd birthday.
Lydia Shaternik, who first came to Montauk when she married a Russian whose family lived there, died on Friday of complications from a gastrointestinal illness at Southampton Hospital.
William E. Havens Jr., a 12th-generation bayman and almost lifelong Amagansett resident, died on Sept. 28 in Boca Raton, Fla., after a series of illnesses.
Rose Mae Clark, an 11th-generation resident of East Hampton and Amagansett who was known for helping the needy, died at home of cancer on Oct. 6 at the age of 73.
Donald Swanton of Dayton Lane, East Hampton, a recognized expert on investment tax credits, died on Sept. 23 at Southampton Hospital of coronary thrombosis.