Richard Hayden

Houston, Texas

1951 - 2017


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Richard Thomas Hayden1951-2017Richard Thomas Hayden, son, brother, uncle and friend died at home of natural causes unexpectedly but peacefully on September 26, 2017. He was 65 years old. Richard was born in NY on November 4, 1951 to Richard and Mary Hayden, both deceased. He is survived by...

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I was shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of my classmate. Rich was a good friend as well as being a great person. My sincere condolences to Rich's family, especially MaryEllen and Joe.

I was shocked to hear of Richard's passing. I first met Richard in 1988. He was the Process Engineering Lead and I was the Process Systems Lead on the Vista Chemicals Project in Lake Charles, La. We worked for Stone and Webster Engineering and we immediately became very close friends. He and I started the SWEC mixed bowling league, then moved on to the men's petroleum league. We played trivia together, became business partners owning and racing greyhounds. We were partners in fantasy...

Condolences to Richard's family from a fellow Manhattan College alumnus (67) and colleague at MWK/KBR. Richard was a good Jasper.

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Richard's passing. I know Richard through bowling, and bowled with him for several years. We bowled league together, and traveled to the National Bowling Tournament several times and also enjoyed trips to casinos with him. I enjoyed discussing sports with Richard, and enjoyed his humor and NY sarcasm. It always made me laugh. I will miss him. God bless Richard and his family. He will be missed by me, and all who knew him.

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Richard's passing. We bowled together for years, and I also enjoyed several trips to casinos at the national bowling tournament. I enjoyed his quick wit and NY sarcasm. It certainly made me laugh. Richard, you will be missed. God Bless you and your family.

Richard was not only a great mentor but also a dear friend. I admired his joyful attitude, incredible mind, and sincere approach to life. He is leaving an irreplaceable vacuum; I will miss Rich greatly. My sincere condolences to Rich's family and friends.

A colleague and friend for over 25 years. Great to be around for his love of sports, music of all kinds, and views on current events, life, and even politics and religion. Great to work with and always kept things interesting. Missed his prescence when he retired, miss him even more now. My condolences to Rich's family and his colleages and friends.

The Manhattan College alumni community shares the grief, and is now praying for our fellow alumni and the family at this time. The Alumni Office has been informed. As well as the Jasper Jottings community that I personally can reach. We are all a little poorer now. "No man is an island, entire of itself ... any mans death diminishes me". We are sorry for your loss.