Mari Harman, Lifelong Edgartown Resident with Indomitable Spirit

Mari Brainerd Harman, a lifelong resident of Edgartown, died Thursday, July 20, in her home on the harbor. She was 95.

Virginia (Gina) Menton

Virginia (Gina) Hartley Menton, formerly of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Oak Bluffs, died peacefully on July 5, surrounded by her loving children.

Margaret Williams, 99, Oldest Member of Chappaquiddick Wampanoag Tribe

Margaret F. (Healis) Williams died on July 16. She was 99 and the oldest member of the Chappaquiddick Tribe of the Wampanoag Indian Nation.

Dr. Matthew J. Stephens Jr., Ph.D., Spent Summers in Oak Bluffs

Dr. Matthew J. Stephens Jr., of Wallingford, Pa. and Lagoon Heights died on Friday, July 14. He was 86.

Leon Sample Relished Sailing on Tisbury Great Pond

Leon Hughes Sample, a devoted husband, father, grandad, brother, uncle and friend, died on July 2 at Massachusetts General Hospital. He was 77.

Jane-Ellen Peters, Interior Designer

Jane-Ellen Estey Peters of Stamford, Conn. and Vineyard Haven died on Friday, June 2 after a short illness.

Alexander (Sam) Aldrich, Devoted to Public Service and Advocacy

Alexander Aldrich, known as Sam, died peacefully at The Wesley Community in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. on Wednesday, July 19. He was 89.

Scott Amaral

Scott J. Amaral died on Saturday morning, July 22 at his home in Edgartown. He was 48.

Richard Cox, Broadcasting Pioneer

Born August 21, 1929, Richard (Dick) Cox was a pioneer in the broadcasting industry. His first job was as an usher at CBS Radio at age 16.

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