Spend your days in a lovely, charming home. Enjoy a beautiful private community beach on Little Peconic Bay, kayak on Wooleys Pond, and play tennis on the community courts.
The beach has a large raft for swimming and sun bathing, a wonderful pavilion for a little shade, swings for the children and gorgeous sunsets.
The house has 4 large bedrooms, which sleep ten, each with its own bath. Plus, there is an additional 1/2 bath on the main floor. The great room has wood floors, a beamed wooden ceiling and a gas fireplace.
The kitchen has been recently renovated to suit the Hampton's ascetic. There is a wonderful screened porch with slate floors. Additionally, there is a first floor laundry, outdoor shower, and 2 car attached garage.
Our neighbor Lucille Marfing has passed away. She was 89.
Unfortunately, I was only informed yesterday and the services were over. There will be a full obituary in this week's Press, I will publish it here for those who do not subscribe.
Our deepest sympathy to her family.
Lucille Marfing of Southampton died on August 14, 2015 at
Southampton Hospital at the age of 89. She was born in Flushing, NY on
June 25, 1926, the daughter of Edward and Louise Moore.
She attended Bayside High School and graduated from Flushing Hospital Medical Center in 1945 as a Registered Nurse.
is survived by her daughter, Colleen D'Italia and husband Anthony, her
daughter, Kathleen Lanahan and husband Peter Lang, two sons, Patrick
Lanahan and John Marfing; her sister Colleen Frankenbach; 7
grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and 2 nieces and a nephew. She was
predeceased by a son Edward Lanahan.
Lucille moved to Southampton in 1954 and worked at Southampton Hospital as the Head Nurse in the maternity dept. for 38 years.
her work she touched many lives both professionally and personally.
She's remembered for the care and comfort she provided to many local
families while they were experiencing one of life's greatest joys.
retiring in 1993 she spent every day at Coopers Beach with her many
friends always sitting to the left of the lifeguard stand.
Lou will be remembered for her wonderful sense of humor and love of life.
Her family and friends were a great support to her in her final years, just as she had been to them.
We will all remember her with a smile.
family received friends on Monday at the Brockett Funeral Home in
Southampton where a Funeral Service was conducted on Tuesday morning by
Rev. Stephen McWhorter. The interment followed at Southampton cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to the Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation, 5 Channel Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050.
It has been brought to my attention that some local youths are causing a
disturbance at night after dark. At various times over the last few
weeks, kids have apparently been hiding in the bushes at the
intersection of Scotts Landing Rd. and Wooleys Dr. heading
toward the beach. The incident occurs when cars stop at the noted
intersection. These kids are apparently hiding in trees/bushes. When the
car stops, said kids jump out and bang the back of the car. Most
drivers believe they have hit something or that something
has hit their car and get out to investigate.
If you encounter this type of occurrence, any means to identify these
youths will be helpful and PLEASE report this to the Southampton Town
police so a record is kept of these occurrences.
Please bring any type of this actvity to the attention of the Board,
because if they are local Colony Club kids the parents will be notified
and appropriate action taken.
This type of activity is unsafe to the kids, the drivers, passengers and all our members and guests.
Frances Tyler Of Southampton Dies April 9 At Age 102.
Publication: The Southampton Press
Apr 20, 2015 1:12 PM
Frances Tyler of Southampton died at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing on April 9. She was 102.
in Brooklyn on January 26, 1913, she lived there until 1950, when she
and her family moved to Freeport. Ms. Tyler enjoyed her work in banking
for many years, followed by retirement in Southampton, where she had
spent her summers for more than 30 years.
Survivors said she
will be remembered for her boundless energy and enjoyment of life’s
simple pleasures. She loved to walk in her community, swim in Little
Peconic Bay and cook for a crowd of visiting grandchildren.
Tyler is survived by three sons, Robert, John and James Tyler; her
daughter, Ginny Rossetti and husband Stephen Rossetti; and nine
grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her son Douglas Tyler; her husband, Ted; and two
siblings, Ann Hogan and Tony Iarossa.
A funeral Mass will be held
at Our Lady of Poland Church in Southampton on Saturday, May 2, at
11:30 a.m., followed by interment at Sacred Hearts Cemetery in
Deepest sympathy to her family. She will be remembered fondly. May she rest in peace.