Andrew Constable, Security, Passed Away Suddenly on Sunday
Andrew Constable, Security, Late Watch passed away suddenly on Sunday January 5th, 2020. Andrew was well liked by everyone on all shifts and those from other departments who came his way.
Known for his generosity and thoughtfulness to those of us who knew him over the years, he was a great conversationalist and patron of the arts. He was known to collect art from fellow guards and commissioned several pieces over the years.
His knowledge of many subjects and sense of humor were his hallmarks, and his large presence and booming baritone laugh could fill a room. It is with great sadness we say goodbye to our brother and all around wonderful person far too early. Andrew touched many lives and will be sorely missed by those of us who had the pleasure of his friendship throughout the years.
If you have any pictures of Andrew, please send them to email@example.com so we can include them in a photo gallery.
Below is a transcription of text from a family member form Facebook:
“It is with a very heavy heart that the Constable family announces the sudden passing of (Pete’s brother) Andy. Please reach out to Pete and/or Jeff if you would like to be invited to a celebration of Andy’s life later this spring/summer.
In addition, we started a site on Caring Bridge to be used to share stories and photos to a broader range of friends and family. We will post information for services once details are determined. Please sign up, post any photos/memories you are willing to share, and leave contact information. Many thanks.
Andy Constable (1965-2020)
Andrew Elhers Constable was born in Montclair, New Jersey on June 26, 1965. He died in New York City January 4, 2020.
Andrew graduated from Kent School where he was a dorm Prefect, captain of the cross-country track team, and editor of the Kent News. He then went on to graduate Cum Laude from Montclair State University. Andrew resided in the East Village in New York City where he enjoyed studying and experiencing the history of New York City and sharing his knowledge as a licensed tour guide. He developed an active interest in art history and contemporary art while working as a Senior Security Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through travels world-wide and securing commissions from artists he met, he amassed a collection of paintings and drawings he hoped to put on display at a later date. He had a natural gift for interacting with people of all ages. To know Andrew was to love him.
He was predeceased by his brother Robert in August, 2019. He is survived by his mother and father, Barbara and Robert, brothers Jeffrey and Peter, sisters-in-law Tina and Lara, nephews and nieces Spenser, Tyler, Allison, Brooke Huffstetler, Duncan and Charles.”