Obituaries

Theresa Duncan, filmmaker was 40 *

Blake and DuncanA medical examiner in New York told perfumer Anya McCoy that the autopsy results will be known in about six weeks. McCoy says that Jeremy Blake, Duncan's longtime boyfriend, found her dead the night of July 10. She left a lengthy note. Blake is still believed to be missing in the ocean off Rockaway Beach.

Duncan will be buried tomorrow at the Lynch and Sons Funeral Home in LaPeer, Michigan. Donations in her name to the Whitney Museum in New York "are greatly appreciated." Funeral announcement.

* Saturday stories: The New York Times and New York Daily News give details of Blake's disappearance — he too left a note — and Duncan's death, as well as their recent life in New York. Blake has an exhibition scheduled at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington in October.

Duncan's final entry at The Wit of the Staircase

Previously:
Possible news about Theresa Duncan

Photo: Stephanie Halmos / PatrickMcMullan.com via NYT


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