1960’s. In spite of promoting itself as a family community, the proximity to Cherry Grove, and the beauty of the generous landscape was luring many from NYC .
Joyce Reich 1932-2016 Joyce S. Schick of Patchogue, NY passed away quietly in her sleep on April 7th, 2016. She is survived by Walter Reich, her loving husband of
Upon purchasing the Pines Yacht Club from then owner Peggy Fears with partners in the early 60’s model John Whyte bought out all partners in
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1962. Actor Montgomery Clift comes to the Pines to stay. He becomes a very visible part of the community until 1966.
1967. Actress/singer Diahann Carroll rents the former Monty Clift home, and is involved in the community. She brings her daughter Suzzane, and the press, and becomes our most photographed celebrity
Rock Hudson 1979. Having been here before actor Rock Hudson arrives as a guest of John Whyte.
Jerry Herman 1960’s-1990’s. Broadway composer Jerry Herman becomes a resident twice purchasing homes on
1966. Actress/singer Barbra Streisand and ” Funny Girl” costar Kay Medford arrive in the Pines by seaplane for lunch. Actress
1968 Pepper Fee, growing up Pines. Pepper Fee: We moved to Sayville from NJ when I was 4 in 1968, and we would go to the then public beach at