Obituaries

Family, Friends Remember Bruce Mitchell of Sag Harbor

“He was a true Sag Harbor man,” Rosemary Mitchell, his wife of 52 years, wrote. Services for Mr. Mitchell begin on Wednesday afternoon.

Services for Bruce Mitchell, Late Murray Hill Fire Company Captain

Bruce Mitchell, a former captain of the Murray Hill Company, was a lifelong resident of Sag Harbor. Services will be Wednesday and Thursday.

Thomas Maurice Britt III

Thomas Maurice Britt III of New York City, formerly of Erdenheim, Pennsylvania, Hong Kong and Sag Harbor, died suddenly on November 9.

Memorial Service for Hallie Ulrich

A celebration of the life of Hallie Ulrich will be held at Long Beach in Noyac on Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to sunset.

Lawrence Joseph Sullivan

Lawrence Joseph Sullivan, a resident of Fords’ Colony in Williamsburg, Virginia, and Northampton Colony in Sag Harbor, died on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.

Kenneth Terando, 76

Kenneth Terando of Sag Harbor passed away on June 20, 2017, at the age of 76. He worked for Revco Electrical Supply in Southampton for 20 years.

Peter Christopher Lindberg

Peter Lindberg passed away at the Kanas Center in Quogue on June 21, 2017.

Russell “Jim” Smyth Dies at 66

Russell "Jim" Smyth, the owner of Sag Harbor’s Corner Bar, and a resident of North Haven, died on June 19, 2017, with his family by his side.

Susann Farrell, Beloved Children’s Librarian, Dies of Cancer at 47

Ms. Farrell died at her home in Flanders with her family at her side after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of lung cancer just a month earlier.

Services Announced for Ed Drohan

Edward Drohan of Noyac, who served as Grand Knight of the St. Andrew Knights of Columbus and was a former member of the Sag Harbor School Board, died on Wednesday, February 22, at the age of 82.
Anthony DePinto.

Anthony DePinto

Anthony Joseph Depinto, 83, was welcomed into God's kingdom on January 25th, 2017 at the Mcguire Veterans Hospital in Richmond, Virginia after a long battle with two rare blood cancers.

George Ward, Jr.

George Ward Jr,, “affectionately” of Sag Harbor, died on January 8. Born at Southampton Hospital, he was the son of Julia and George Ward.

Bob Schneider, a Principal Who Left His Mark at Pierson, Dies at 69

Friends and colleagues of Robert Schneider this week remembered a kind and thoughtful man with a deep commitment to public education.

Services Announced for Former Pierson Principal Bob Schneider

Former Pierson principal Bob Schneider passed away on Thursday, December 14th.

David Lee Takes a Final Walk

David Lee died on Monday night, November 28, at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton. He was 88.

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