A celebration of Sharon B. Rupert’s life was held in her Sag Harbor backyard on May 21, which would have been her 80th birthday. Ms. Rupert, who was known as Sherry, died at her Harrison Street home there on May 12, after a long illness, her sister, Joan E. Rupert, said.
William R. Stowell of DeLand, Fla., an elementary school teacher for 30 years and East Hampton native, died on March 23 at Florida Hospital DeLand. He was 76 and had been ill for a year.
Elaine Marinoff Good, an artist whose floor-to-ceiling figurative oils were often influenced by world events and a writer who recently finished a memoir, died of complications of ovarian cancer at her home in New York City on May 20. Ms. Good, who had a house in Bridgehampton, was 83.
Joe Pintauro died at home in Sag Harbor on May 29 in the company of his husband, Greg Therriault.
Jesse Teed Scott, a master carpenter who had been a deckhand on a Viking Fleet boat that picked up Cuban refugees off Key West in 1980, died of complications from colon surgery on May 15 at the Grand Strand Medical Center in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He was 61.
A service for Eric B. Johnson, who died on Dec. 29, will be held on June 6 at 1 p.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery on Cedar Street in East Hampton.
A memorial service for Marsha K. King, who had lived in Hampstead, N.C., with her husband, Capt. Daniel King, since 2004, will be held on June 2 at 10:30 a.m. at Grace Presbyterian Church in Water Mill with the Rev. Steve Liversedge presiding. Mrs. King, who was 68, died in October 2017 of a stroke following heart surgery.
Albert Halim Khoury, a career executive with Mobil Oil, died of a heart attack at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx on May 11. He was 85 and had been ill with Alzheimer’s disease for many years.
A service for Elaine Marinoff Good, a part-time resident of Bridgehampton and artist, who died on Sunday in New York City, will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Edgewood Cemetery in Bridgehampton.
Roberta Gosman Donovan, a vibrant and vital figure at Gosman’s Restaurant in Montauk for more than 50 years and a former member of the East Hampton Town Planning Board, died at home in Montauk last Thursday.
Peter Lowenstein, a world traveler and pilot, died at home on Lake Montauk on May 4. He was 83 and had been ill with heart disease for two years.
Jean Elizabeth Rosen, 86, an advanced emergency medical technician in East Hampton for many years who had moved to Monroeton, Pa., and later to Dallas, Ga., died on Nov. 7, 2017, at the Wellstar Paulding Nursing Center in Dallas.
A brief service for Harold J. Levy Sr. of Huckleberry Lane, East Hampton, who died at home yesterday after an illness, will be held at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton tomorrow at 7 p.m. An obituary will appear in a future issue.
Mae Frances Harden, a nurse at Southampton Hospital for 33 years, died on April 30 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Quiogue after a brief illness. She was 88.
Caroline Abrams Griffiths may have stood only 5 foot 3 inches tall, but “her strength and resiliency were readily apparent,” her family wrote. “She was that matriarch of the Griffiths family who could cook boiled cake or shift a manual vehicle better than anyone you may know.”