Mark McGarry, 52, of Sag Harbor, died on July 23. Mr. McGarry was born in Abington, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1967 to John McGarry and...
Lucette Lagnado, an award-winning author and longtime journalist at The Wall Street Journal, died on Wednesday, July 10, in New York.
Lucille Claire Covell, formerly of Bridgehampton, died June 29, 2019, in hospice care in Florida.
Professor Adolph Altschaeffl, 88, of West Lafayette, Indiana, known to friends and colleagues are “Al,” passed away on April 12, 2019.
John Gill Callahan, who had lived and worked in Amagansett and East Hampton for many years, passed away peacefully at his home in Chestertown, Maryland, on April 4, 2019.
After a practice day crash Saturday afternoon at Riverhead Raceway, Silas Hiscock Sr. of Bridgehampton died of his injuries early Monday morning.
Timothy D. Lewis, age 71, died in Sarasota, Florida on February 3, 2019. A resident of Sag Harbor and Longboat Key, Florida, Mr. Lewis was...
Gardner “Pat” Cowles III, former owner and publisher of The Sag Harbor Express and scion of a publishing family that spanned three generations and owned newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations across the Midwest and the East Coast, passed away peacefully on Friday, January 25.
Jennifer Houser, a longtime Sag Harbor resident, died in Southampton on January 14. She was 66 years old.
Laurence “Laurie” Rossbach was born in Manhattan to Laurence Bache Rossbach and Edith Lowenstein Rossbach and died in hospice at the Peconic Bay Hospital in Riverhead.
Shana Conron died peacefully on December 19, 2018 after a period of declining health.
Clarke Whitehead, a teacher in the New York City public schools, died at his home in Brooklyn, New York. He was 48 and had been ill for two years.
Joan Healey Evans passed away peacefully in her home on Friday, November 30, at the age of 80.
Pat Gorman, co-designer of the iconic MTV logo and leader in the graphic design world since the 1980s, has died.
There’s a tree on Main Street in East Hampton dedicated to Bill Fleming, as well as a musical piece commissioned in his memory by the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, of which the late East Hampton attorney and philanthropist was a board member. Now, there will be a television studio named in his memory, too.