Norton William Daniels Jr. of Bridgehampton, who served for many years as an East Hampton Town assessor and helped start the movement to preserve open space and farmland after being elected to the Suffolk County Legislature in the mid-1970s, died on July 19 at his son’s house in Sag Harbor. He was 98.
Mary Jane Anderson, who was active in East Hampton Town politics and headed its Women’s Republican Club, died on Saturday at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. She had just turned 87 and had a short illness following hospitalization.
Surrounded by her family, Anna Luise Waleko died on Saturday at her son Ray and daughter-in-law Patricia’s house in Wainscott, where she had lived for two and a half years, following a long illness. Called Nana by all who knew her, she was 80 years old.
Bette Jean Jacobs Gifford of East Hampton, a fashion designer, master gardener, and dedicated volunteer for organizations that helped those in need, including the local Meals on Wheels, died of a stroke on March 25 at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. She was 89.
Rian J. White of Springs died of cancer on July 25 at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. He was 62 and had been ill for two years.
Laura Wojciechowski, who came to the United States from Belarus as a teenager and made Sag Harbor her home for more than 50 years, died of a stroke on July 9 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Tucson. She was 84.
Steven Douglas Strauss of Toledo, Ohio, who spent summers since he was a child on Shore Road in Amagansett, died on July 20 at Stony Brook University Hospital of complications from a stroke. He was 52.
Edward Paul Miller II, a computer specialist who recently had been ordained as a minister with Universal Life Ministries of Glen County, Ga., died of renal failure on June 30 in Brunswick, Ga., where he lived. He was 43 and had been ill for four years.
A Mass for Nicholas Sennefelder, a former Montauk resident who died on June 27 in Abingdon, Va., will be said on Friday, Aug. 3, at 11 a.m. at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk. An obituary in last week’s paper had the wrong time for the Mass.
Rita Paon, who lived for about 80 years in Montauk, died there on July 16. She was 105.
Anthony Lee Bowen, formerly of Montauk and Park Ridge, N.J., died on July 4 at St. Catherine’s Hospital in Smithtown. He was 80 and had been unwell since last autumn.
Word spread quickly Saturday morning that Raymond Marisette, the cheerful man who always wore a smile, suspenders, and a bucket hat, had died.
Thomas A. Theuret, the former owner of Quality Seafood in Queens and, later, a dispatcher for Scan Security of Southampton, died at home in Springs on July 10 with friends and family present. He was 69 and had Parkinson’s disease.
Nicholas Sennefelder, a former Montauk resident, died on June 27 in Abingdon, Va., of cancer. He was 50 and had been ill for 18 months.
Barbara S. Cirami of East Hampton, an activist for gay and lesbian causes who had a 30-year career with IBM in Westchester, died of cancer at her winter residence in North Fort Myers, Fla., on July 10. She was 72.