***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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Taur OrangeApril 4, 2018
7:07 pm

I am still reeling from this development, as are Hayward’s colleagues here at FIT. We will forever remember Hayward’s vibrancy, elegance, acuity and minimal accommodation of mediocrity.

A bright light has been dimmed but not forever. Rest in peace, Hayward.

Taur D. Orange, Office of Educational Opportunity Programs, Fashion Institute of Technology-SUNY

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Albert M. RomanoApril 5, 2018
9:21 am

I was shocked to hear this sad news. Hayward was a friend, mentor to students and was always there when you needed him. He was a wonderful supporter of FIT and provided scholarships to needy students studying abroad. I will miss him dearly but will always think of him.

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Robin SackinApril 5, 2018
9:38 am

I am so sad to hear this news about Hayward. He was a gentleman and such a good person. I always will remember his smile and his kindness.
RIP Hayward.
You will be missed by all,
Robin Sackin/ Chairperson of the Fashion Business Management Department, Fashion Institute of Technology-SUNY

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Michael CokkinosApril 5, 2018
10:18 am

I feel robbed of a friend and a colleague but fortunate to have known Hayward. May his legacy live on through all those he touched.

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Brenda Williams-ButtsApril 6, 2018
3:22 pm

I was shocked to hear the news about Hayward. I’m heartbroken, Hayward was a dear friend and so generous with his time and a champion of our work here at New York Public Radio WNYC/WQXR. His has touched the lives of many and I’m truly grateful he was my friend. I will miss him dearly.

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Gina MackeyOctober 17, 2018
9:18 pm

Some people come into our lives and leave footprints on our hearts and we are never ever the same.

Flavia Weedn

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