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***UPDATE: Career Communications Group (CCG) has announced the Celebration of Life and Funeral Service arrangements for Hayward Henderson.

Date: Sun, April 15, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM EDT
Place: Frank R Bell Funeral Home
536 Sterling Place
Brooklyn, NY 11238

A special advisor to Career Communications Group CEO & Chairman Tyrone Taborn, Henderson passed away on March 29.

Over his long career in media sales, new business development, and advertising, he worked for The International Herald Tribune Online, The New York Times, PitchBook, Inc., Investis Inc., Asset TV U.S., and Strategic Insight.

Henderson also volunteered with New York Public Radio, WNYC/WQXR, and served as a consultant to the Audience Development & Community Engagement department, the Brian Lehr Show, and The Greene Space – NY Public Radio’s public performance space and webcasting studio.

Henderson won the Financial Communications Society’s Annual “Financial Marketer of the Year” Award and served on the Ceremony Committee as Co-chair for more than a decade. He was also a member of the Board of Directors at Financial Communications Society.

Henderson taught several courses as an Adjunct Professor for Marketing, communications, promotion, advertising, direct marketing and interactive marketing at State University of New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology.

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View Comments (3)

Ronald L JohnsonApril 1, 2018
8:43 pm

I am very sad to hear this news. I am praying for he and his family…was a good man.

Paul MedleyApril 6, 2018
6:36 am

I visit these pages with a heavy heart, mourning the loss of one of my oldest and dearest friends of 53 years, Hayward Henderson. A brother whom I had been blessed to know, and given the distinct honor and pleasure of going on lifes journey with from boys to men. A brother whose positive presence and influence contributed greatly to the fabric of my life in ways that I’m not even sure he knew. To say that I will miss him is to perfect the art of understatement. I will miss you Hayward, beyond measure.

Hayward’s untimely passing serves as yet another solemn reminder that tomorrow is not promised. Another reminder… to hold those we love close and take advantage of every opportunity to demonstrate benevolence, and kindness. Another reminder… to take nothing for granted. In retrospect, what a tremendous blessing it turned out to be that Hayward stopped by (some 2,897 miles) to see me last year April. Neither of us suspecting at the time that under the auspices of a business trip, we were really being given an opportunity to say goodbye.

Reflecting on Hayward’s life I find solace in knowing that his kind and humble spirit will be welcomed home by his creator, as he transitions to his next calling. While here with us, he lived a measured and principled life guided by wisdom beyond his years, with integrity, honor, conviction, unbridled passion, love of life and humanity. To all who knew him, his voice was truly a voice of value. My brother Hayward, we are all better because you were here. Rest in heavenly peace, until we meet again.

Your brother from another mother – 🙏Paul Medley🙏

BOYS FOR LIFE – Wood, T-Bone, Kason

Carol PopkinsApril 6, 2018
5:59 pm

Hayward was a kind generous soul. Always enjoyed having him around. I am so deeply sorry to hear this news.

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