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David Hartigan Jr., World War II Veteran, Loved His Family, Fishing, and the Yankees

David Francis Hartigan Jr. of Norwalk, Conn., a former West Tisbury resident, died Dec. 3rd after a brief illness. He was 90.

Arthur Hadley 2nd, Writer and Avid Fisherman Who Deeded Land for Long Point Wildlife Refuge

Arthur T. Hadley 2nd, a decorated World War II veteran, writer and journalist, died on Nov. 25 at the age of 91. 

Lorraine Hoggan, Longtime Oak Bluffs Resident, Teacher, Avid Reader

Lorraine Hoggan, a resident of Oak Bluffs for 43 years, died peacefully in her sleep one day shy of her 94th birthday.

Charles Hall, Beloved World War II Veteran and Exceptionally Handy Man

Charles Myron Hall died on Sunday, Oct. 11 at his home in Edgartown. He was 94.

Olga Hirshhorn, Art Collector, Philanthropist Dies at 95

The art collector and iconoclast, wife of the late Joseph Hirshhorn of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., died Oct. 3.

George Hough 3rd, Distinguished Journalist and Academic

George Anthony Hough 3rd died Sept. 22 at Massachusetts General Hospital after surgery to repair a hip injured in a fall. He was 94.

Richard Hiers Never Met a Stranger; Loved to Hike and Fish

Richard Earl Hiers of Albuquerque died peacefully on August 23 at the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque, due to illness. He was 58.

Elizabeth (Anne) Hyde, Beloved Matriarch, Always Had a Sense of Humor

Elizabeth Anne Hyde died peacefully at the Sippican Health Care Center in Marion on Sept. 5.

Harold (Sonny) Hall Jr. Was Beloved Mayor of Morse Street

Harold G. (Sonny) Hall Jr. died peacefully in his home in Edgartown on August 24. He was 86.