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Cedar Lawn Cemetery Associates
Cooper Lane
East Hampton , NY 11937
(631) 324-1900
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Lexington Company Comes To America Waving Its Stars And Stripes - Sacramento Bee

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
NEW YORK, June 13, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Lexington Company, a Stockholm-based lifestyle brand with $80 million in annual sales, opens its first store in the U.S. today, at 73 Main Street in East Hampton, New York.  Widely known in Europe for its American-inspired home decor and fashion, the retailer debuts its Hamptons location showcasing all categories of the lifestyle brand including Lexington Home, men's and women's clothing and accessories.  Lexington Company has also established an e-commerce site for the United States, www.lexingtoncompany.com.  Two more US locations are planne...

Donald F. Smith, Champion of Cabaret, Dies at 79 - New York Times

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Jazz at Lincoln Center. It also expanded to other cities. There have been three conventions in Chicago and one each in Philadelphia, London and Palm Springs, Calif.; three others have been held in East Hampton, N.Y.. Plans have been made for the New York convention to continue under the artistic direction of the singer KT Sullivan. Mr. Smith was born in New Bedford, Mass., on Oct. 7, 1932. After serving in the Army during the Korean War, he moved to New York City in 1955 and worked at the Abercrombie & Fitch and B. Altman stores. While in New York he became friends with a number of stars, including Margot Fonteyn and Ms. Mercer, and offered his services as a publicist and promoter. In 1980, after Mr. Smith had spent five years trying to persuade the Algonquin Hotel to bring back its long-dormant Oak Room, the club reopened with Steve Ross, a protégé of Mr. Smith’s, performing on an upright piano with a single spotlight. The upright was soon replaced by a grand piano, and cabaret remained a fixture at the Oak Room through the end of last year. (The hotel, which has been closed for renovations since January and plans to reopen in May, announced last month that it was discontinuing its cabaret.) Mr. Smith’s tastes were elegant and traditional. He nurtured a stable of performers including Michael Feinstein, who played his first major New York engagement at the Oak Room, as well as the nightclub star Julie Wilson and the singer and actress Andrea Marcovicci. He produced centennial tributes to Cole Porter and Noël Coward at Carnegie Hall. Mr. Smith, who has no immediate survivors, lived in an East Side apartment atop his office in rooms plastered with pictures of idols like Porter, Coward, Fred Astaire, Gertrude Lawrence and Ethel Merman. One picture, Ms. Sullivan recalled, sandwiched between autographed photos of Joan Crawford and Audrey Hepb...

Alice Ward King - The Suffolk Times

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
A graduate of Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, she married Gerald C. King at St. Andrew’s R.C. Church there on June 15, 1941. Together they made their home in East Hampton for a year before moving to San Francisco, where they lived from 1943 to 1945. Alice and Gerry owned and operated the Coronet Restaurant in Greenport, with Alice as cashier, from 1953 to 1973.In the Greenport community, she was a member of the Greenport Homemakers and the Stirling Historical Society and was a Girl Scout leader and class mother. She was also a communicant of St. Agnes R.C. Church and a member of the Rosary Society. She was predeceased by he...

Alice Ward King - The Suffolk Times

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
A graduate of Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, she married Gerald C. King at St. Andrew’s R.C. Church there on June 15, 1941. Together they made their home in East Hampton for a year before moving to San Francisco, where they lived from 1943 to 1945. Alice and Gerry owned and operated the Coronet Restaurant in Greenport, with Alice as cashier, from 1953 to 1973.In the Greenport community, she was a member of the Greenport Homemakers and the Stirling Historical Society and was a Girl Scout leader and class mother. She was also a communicant of St. Agnes R.C. Church and a member of the Rosary Society. She was predeceased by he...

John H. Davis, Chronicler of Kennedys and Others, Dies at 82

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
American families including the Kennedys, the Guggenheims, the Gambinos and the family he shared with his cousin, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis — the Bouviers of New York and East Hampton — died on Jan. 29 at his home in Manhattan. He was 82. The cause was complications of Alzheimer’s disease, said his sister, Maude S. Davis. Mr. Davis wrote eight books, beginning in 1969 with “The Bouviers: Por... (New York Times)

Richard Threlkeld, Award-Winning Journalist, Dies at 74

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Soviet Union, died Friday morning in a car accident on Long Island. He was 74. Mr. Threlkeld’s car collided with a propane tanker on a highway in Amagansett, N.Y., the police in East Hampton, where he lived, said. Mr. Threlkeld was alone in his car, the police said, and the driver of the truck was not injured. “Richard Threlkeld had the kind of name and kind of looks that could have made him a reporter in the movies, but unlike a reporter in the movies, he could write his own scripts,” Lesley Stahl, with whom he was co-anchor of “CBS Morning News” from 1977 to 1979, said in a state... (New York Times)

Norman Altstedter - The Suffolk Times

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
New York for Shell Oil and its parent company, the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies. He moved to East Hampton in 1994 and Greenport in 2002. He is survived by his companion, Marillyn B. Wilson of Greenport; his brother, Arthur, of Lethbridge, Canada; and his nieces, Toba Shapiro of Toronto, Beverly Shafran of Edmonton, and Enid Altstedter of Calgary, all in Canada. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary B. Ronay, in 1988. No funeral service is planned. This is a paid notice.

Carnell Odell Evans - The Suffolk Times

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Baptist Church in Mattituck. Family members said he was a dedicated uncle to his many nieces and nephews. Mr. Evans is survived by a sister, Marian Nickens of Riverhead, and two brothers, Earl, of East Hampton, and Roscoe, of Powhatan, Va. Services were held Sept. 21 at Riverhead Church of Christ, Minister Richard Jackson officiating. Interment was at Calverton National Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Seay Memorial Chapel, Riverhead.

Cornelius Charles Richard Jr. - The Suffolk Times

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art at Cornell University, first prize; Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey, first prize; Newark Museum, honorable mention; Guild Hall in East Hampton, first prize; Jersey City Museum; Somerset Art Association; The Franklin Gallery; and Shakespeare’s Head. He was a generous contributor to the fine arts all his life. Mr. Richard was predeceased by his partner of 38 years, Richard B. Goldie. They both enjoyed and had been active members of the Sandy Beach community in Greenport since 1976. He is survived by three sisters: Ruth Richard Hibbs and her husband, Harry; Doris Katherine Richard; and Joanna Richard Charnock and her husband, Donald. A memorial service will be held in Greenport. This is a paid notice.

Carnell Odell Evans - The Suffolk Times

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Baptist Church in Mattituck. Family members said he was a dedicated uncle to his many nieces and nephews. Mr. Evans is survived by a sister, Marian Nickens of Riverhead, and two brothers, Earl, of East Hampton, and Roscoe, of Powhatan, Va. Services were held Sept. 21 at Riverhead Church of Christ, Minister Richard Jackson officiating. Interment was at Calverton National Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Seay Memorial Chapel, Riverhead.




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