Loving uncle, brother and buddy, Andrew Smyth Heyden handed away peacefully in his New Braunfels residence on Wednesday, January twenty seventh, 2021 on the age of 69. Andrew was born November twenty first,1951 in Uvalde, Texas. He graduated from Hillcrest Excessive College in Dallas, TX in 1970 and obtained a Bachelors Diploma in Worldwide Commerce in 1974 from American College in Washington DC, adopted by a Masters Diploma in Worldwide Commerce from John Hopkins in Baltimore in 1976.
Andrew’s profession included many desirable adventures. He labored for Li & Fung firm, residing out of Hong Kong dealing with worldwide buying and selling, for over ten years. He spent one other ten years working for the Nationwide Council for US China Commerce out of Washington, DC, in addition to one other eight years importing, exporting and designing for Mottahedah Co out of New York, New York. He additionally labored with the New York Metropolitan Opera till his retirement.
When Andrew’s household and pals keep in mind him, there are numerous fond reminiscences of the colourful, enthusiastic tales he shared about his life world wide. His passions included baking, nice artwork, performing arts and household historical past. Andrew may inform us the historical past of any household heirloom and liked sharing this historical past with all generations of Smyth members of the family.
Andrew was preceded in dying by his finest buddy and mom, Besty Smyth Heyden Brown and his father Richard Lawrence Heyden, Sr. He’s survived by his brother Richard Lawrence Heyden Jr (partner Cyndi) of New Braunfels, TX and his sister Kathleen Heyden Heidenreich of Fairview, TX. He additionally leaves behind his nieces and nephews together with their spouses: Anna Christina Heidenreich Helmer, Max Alexander Heidenreich Jr, Amy Heidenreich Alsup, Jennifer Heyden Collier and James Thomas Heyden, together with many nice nieces and nephews who liked him dearly. He additionally leaves behind his beloved canine Lihai who now resides with pals.
There shall be a digital memorial service for Andrew on Saturday, February twentieth at 5:00pm. For added details about find out how to attend the digital service, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Graveside companies are pending and shall be scheduled at a later date in Uvalde, TX.
In remembrance of Andrew Heyden, in lieu of flowers, the household requests donations be made to the Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre in New Braunfels, TX.