Jenni Oliver, Artist Whose Work Graced Covers of The New Yorker

Julia Wells

The Edgartown painter and illustrator whose work appeared on covers of The New Yorker, died at home Oct. 29. The cause was complications of ALS.

Roger Neuhoff, 87, Built Career as Broadcast Executive

The longtime broadcast executive had summered in Edgartown for more than five decades.

William C. Mill, Beloved Patriarch, Train Enthusiast, and Man of Many Talents

William C. (Bill) Mill of Vineyard Haven, predeceased by his beloved wife Muriel (Sue), died Oct. 31 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital surrounded by...

Daniel Kaeka 3rd, Longtime Steamship Terminal Night Watchman and Skilled Softball Player

Daniel Kapioanuenue Kaeka 3rd of Hilo, Hawaii, died on Oct. 29 after a long-term illness. He was 79 and a former longtime resident of Vineyard Haven.

Roger A. Neuhoff, 87

The former longtime broadcast executive had owned a home at Starbuck’s Neck in Edgartown since 1959.

Funeral Service Thursday for Helen Issokson

Helen F. (Goldberg) Issokson died on Saturday morning, Oct. 31, at her home in Vineyard Haven. She was 90.

Dr. Beny J. Primm Left Long Legacy in Medicine, Public Health and Social Justice

Dr. Beny Jene Primm, a longtime seasonal resident of Oak Bluffs, died Oct. 16 at his home in New Rochelle, N.Y. He was 87.

Walter Bunge Was Distinguished Champion of the First Amendment, Loved the Vineyard

Walter Kenneth Bunge died peacefully on Sept. 9, at his home in Lexington, S.C. He was 84 and a former Vineyard resident.

Dr. Jack Overton Rice, Prominent Psychiatrist, Loved Baseball and the Vineyard

Dr. Jack Overton Rice of Philadelphia, Pa. died at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital on Oct. 14 as a result of complications from a stroke.