With his golden retriever almost always at his side on daily walks from his East Hampton law office, William J. Fleming might have seemed every bit the country lawyer, said his law partner, Trevor Darrell. But with Mr. Fleming you got much more than met the eye.
Peter Donohue began a lengthy career in newspapers in the early 1970s at The New York Daily News. He died last Thursday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital of complications of throat and neck cancer. He was 68.
Huntington Sheldon, a professor and researcher at McGill University in Montreal who was a pioneer in the study of electron microscopy while working at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, died on Dec. 29 in Vermont. The part-time Amagansett resident was 87.
Wendy Patrice Damark Armstrong died at home on Nov. 22 of respiratory failure. She was 61.
Debra Yvonne Daniels, who was born in East Hampton on Jan. 15, 1953, one of four children of the former Stella Grace and Kenneth Reney, died at home in Sebastian, Fla., on Jan. 12.
Roland W. Stubbmann, who came to Montauk from California in the 1970s to surf and stayed on, died of an apparent heart attack on Saturday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. He was 67.
Rosemary Ryan Kaufman, who lived in East Hampton for more than 25 years died on Dec. 25 in Port St. Lucie, Fla. She was 95.
Barbara Jean LaGarenne, who had a long nursing career, died of congestive heart failure on Dec. 9 at her son’s home in Washington, N.J. She was 85.
Visiting hours for Kenneth McFall of East Hampton will be on Feb. 5.
Daniel Talbot, who with his wife and partner, Toby Talbot, introduced New Yorkers for 60 years to contemporary cinema from around the world and revived classic American films at a number of theaters in Manhattan including Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, died at his Manhattan home on Dec. 29.
James M. Donna, who retired to Montauk in 2006 after a career with the Associated Press news agency, died on Jan. 10 at New York University Langone Tisch Hospital in Manhattan. He was 71.
Barbara Ann Volpe, a retired registered nurse and volunteer for several East Hampton organizations, died on Jan. 9 in Midlothian, Va., where she had spent winters for the last five years and been living with Peggy and Kevin Healy, a daughter and son-in-law.
Florence Clara Hogan died in her sleep at her Amagansett house on Saturday evening. She was 91.