Eileen T. Bock of Montauk, who was a co-founder of the hamlet’s senior nutrition program, died on Oct. 8, her 82nd birthday, at the Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. The cause was not immediately known.
Patricia Ann Keegan of East Hampton Village died on Oct. 5 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue, at the age of 83. She had been diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer a month before her death.
A service for Fred P. Anduze will be held on Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton. The Rev. Leandra Lambert will officiate. A celebration of his life will follow that evening from 6 to 8 at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett.
Richard Chauncey Wilson, an East Hampton School Board member who was a Sag Harbor science teacher for 30 years and went on to run the Village Toy Shop in East Hampton, was surrounded by family when he died on Oct. 7 after a long battle with cancer.
Shirley Justine Overton of East Hampton died on Oct. 10 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. She was 78 and had been diagnosed with cancer four years ago.
Lea Guyer Gordon of Litchfield, Conn., a native of East Hampton who later in life had a house in Sagaponack, died on Sept. 19. The cause was said to be congestive heart failure. She was 90.
Kenneth E. Scott, who was retired as superintendent of the East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department, died at home in Springs on Tuesday. He was 74.
Ruth Nasca, a painter whose work was exhibited in at least 50 solo shows, died on Oct. 4 at Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson. She was 89 and had been ill for five months after having a stroke. She had lived in the same East Hampton house since 1988.
Beautiful, elegant, fiercely loyal to family and friends,” and “whip smart,” Heather Kilpatrick, who died at home in Sag Harbor on Sept. 20 at the age of 72, had a distinguished 35-year career in publishing law, first as attorney for Time magazine during the Watergate scandal and later as counsel for Doubleday and Company, Random House, and Time...
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.