Martha Nicholoulias, who with her husband followed her sister and brother-in-law to Montauk after they retired there in the 1970s, died in her sleep at home on Sept. 15.
Jacqueline Odette de Looz, who worked at the United Nations in various capacities for more than four decades and who had a house on Abraham’s Path in Amagansett, died on June 2 in Vienna of pancreatic cancer, her family said.
Frank Danielo, a part-time resident of Lazy Point, Amagansett, who had summered in Amagansett from the time he was a child and was the treasurer of the Napeague Mobile Home Park, died on Sept. 10 at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn.
Barbara Ann Herber Jordan of East Hampton, who immersed herself in local campaigns for affordable housing and other social causes, died at the age of 81 on Sept. 6 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport.
Peter Brian Schaefer of East Hampton died on Aug. 27 at Stony Brook University Hospital of injuries suffered in a fall two days earlier while he was out to dinner with his family in Southampton. He was 32.
John B. Olszewski, who had moved in June from Saratoga Springs, N.Y., to West Palm Beach, Fla., died at Good Samaritan Hospital there on Aug. 22 of prostate cancer.
Cheryl O. Lewis of East Hampton, who was born at Southampton Hospital, worked there as a nurse’s aide, and died there on Sept. 3, was a woman of deep faith, her sister, Gail Harris, said this week, always keeping a Bible with her.
George Edmund Butts Jr., who was 82, died at home on Shelter Island on Sept. 5. A former resident of Sag Harbor and its mayor from 1985 to 1991, he had been in failing health for the last few years.
John Victor Willenborg of Vero Beach, Fla., who as a year-round resident of Montauk had helped spearhead the drive to build a new building for the growing congregation of St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church, died on Aug. 28 at the Palm Garden Health and Rehabilitation Center in Vero Beach.
Vincent Longo, whose distinguished career as a painter and printmaker spanned more than six decades and whose influence as a teacher was felt by three generations of artists, died at home in Amagansett on Sept. 4.
Walter F. Hardy, who since 1970 had spent summers at his family’s house on Gerard Drive in Springs, died suddenly on Sept. 2.
Carol A. McCallion, a resident of East Hampton for many years and more recently of Naples, Fla., died on Sept. 1 at Southampton Hospital.
The Very Rev. Denis C. Brunelle will officiate at a memorial service for Patricia A. Arceri on Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. at Scoville Hall in Amagansett.