HYMAN--Andrew D. of Princeton, NJ, died on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. He was born on January 21, 1966 in New York City and grew up in Englewood, NJ. He was a graduate of Horace Mann High School, Columbia College, and Fordham Law School. He was the proud and loving father of Lily and Nathaniel and the former husband of Molly Chrein. Andy served in the Administration of President William J. Clinton, first as Special Assistant to the General Counsel of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and later as the HHS Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs. He later served as Government Relations and Legislative Counsel for the National Association of State Mental Health Directors. Andy joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2006, where he directed the Foundation's work on health coverage. Andy was a tireless champion of providing universal health care, especially to the poor and the underserved. Andy was a committed board member of HiTOPS, a Princeton-based organization promoting the health and well- being of young people through prevention, education, and support groups. He was also active in several philanthropic and Jewish organizations. Andy will be remembered for his passion for politics, his dedication to social justice, his deep love for his family and his wonderful sense of humor. In addition to his children, Andy is survived by his parents, Allen and Valerie Hyman of NYC, his brothers, Joshua of Englewood, NJ, and Jonathan of Los Angeles, CA, and their families. Andy was beloved by his family, friends, and colleagues. He will be greatly missed. Funeral services will be held at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Home in Manhattan at 3pm on Sunday, March 1. Memorial donations may be made in Andy's name to HiTOPS, 21 Wiggens St Princeton, NJ 08540.
Published in New York Times on Mar. 1, 2015.