Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and longtime Sag Harbor resident Lanford Wilson died on Thursday, March 24 in Wayne, N.J. from complications of pneumonia. He was 73 years old. Wilson, a native of Lebanon, Mo., won the Pulitzer for drama in 1980 for his play “Talley’s Folly.” The play was part of a trilogy set in his hometown and also included “Talley & Son” (1985) and “Fifth of July (1980).” A production of “Fifth of July” was presented at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor last summer. Other plays include “Hot L Baltimore” (1973), Angels Fall” (1983), “Burn This” (1987), and “Redwood Curtain” (1993). A memorial service for Lanford Wilson will be held on Monday, March 28 at the First Presbyterian (Old Whalers’) Church, 44 Union Street, Sag Harbor, at 2 p.m.