Obituaries

Demetra Mirras, who was known to believe “all good things happen around ice cream,” and who with her husband and son owned John’s Drive-In restaurant in Montauk from 1975 to 1983 and the Snowflake in East Hampton from 1985 to 1990, died of heart failure on Jan. 7, in Colorado Springs. She was 91.
Kynaston McShine of Manhattan and Springs died in Manhattan on Jan. 8.
Eric B. Johnson of East Hampton died on Dec. 29 at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
William J. Fleming of Wainscott, an attorney with an office in East Hampton and a longtime LTV host, died last Thursday of heart failure. He was 69.
Gandolfo Vincent DiBlasi, 64, who spent childhood summers in Montauk in a house built by his maternal grandparents, died on Sunday from complications of pneumonia.
Sherry B. Wolfe of Springs, a tireless advocate for East Hampton’s business interests as well as a longtime volunteer to help the sick, the hungry, and the abused, died at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital on Dec. 28 of heart failure.
Doris M. Olszewski of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., who worked at the East Hampton Library from 1970 to 1986, died early on Christmas Day in Florida.
Ira Kornbluth, whose love of history, literature, and the arts outpaced his career as an attorney, died on Dec. 28 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 76.
Michael Stephen London, a former United States administrative law judge in Brooklyn who was 76, died on Dec. 18. Mr. London lived in Manhasset and East Hampton
A resident of Bridgehampton for over 60 years, Elizabeth Anne Grant McHugh, who had cancer, died on Nov. 28 in Staunton, Va., while visiting her daughter. She was 90.
Marlys Gilyard Dohanos, whose personal and professional life in East Hampton began when almost everyone on Main Street recognized each other, died on Christmas Eve at her North Haven home. She was 85 and had been in declining health following numerous surgeries.