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Andrew S Hillman

February 17, 1952January 20, 2020

Andrew Samuel Hillman (67), of West Palm Beach, passed away on January 20, 2020 surrounded by his two loving daughters and his beloved sister. He was born on February 17, 1952 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Coatesville. He graduated college from American University and received his J.D. from Temple University School of Law. He is remembered for his passion for the Philadelphia Eagles, a great tennis game, and his commitment to the Jewish faith. While living in Philadelphia, he held numerous leadership positions in charitable organizations including the Golden Slipper Club and the American Heart Association. Additionally, he was honored by Israel Bonds, having raised more than $2 million in his fundraising efforts. He is survived by his two daughters, Lauren Hillman Kase (Benjamin); Alexis Grace Hillman Valasek (William). He was the proud grandfather (Pop-pop) of Sebastian, Charlotte and Alexander Kase and Maya and Evan Valasek. He is also survived by the mother of his daughters, Roberta Black Hillman, his loving sister Arlene Hillman Shank (Jerrold), many nieces, nephews, and life-long friends from around the country. He was preceded in death by his parents Herman and Evelyn Riebman Hillman, his sister Sarah Leah Hillman McKinley and his beloved yellow Labrador Yofi. Services will be held at the Yeckes Family Chapel at Temple Beth El in West Palm Beach, Florida on January 23 at 10:00 a.m. Shiva will be held at the home of Michael and Bonnie Patipa, 112 Ebbtide Drive in North Palm Beach that evening from 4 – 7 p.m. Shiva service to be held at 6 p.m. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Heart Association, www.heart.org


  • Memorial Service Thursday, January 23, 2020


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Mimi Orozco-Gonzalez

February 18, 2020

I had the great pleasure of working with Andy in Philadelphia. He was an amazing boss - always kind, gentle, considerate and a smile on his face. I found him online a few years ago online and took the opportunity to thank him for his kindness. I remember when he left, I cried because he was truly going to be missed. Even though the time we worked together was short, I always remember him as one of the greatest boss I ever had. Rest in peace, Andy. My condolences to his daughters, Lauren and Alexis, his family and friends. He was one of the good ones. Until we all meet again, rest easy.

Jane Bloom

January 23, 2020

I have had the privilege of knowing Andy for over 6 years. He was a gentle soul and was always there with a smiling face. He was a great friend to my husband when he needed a friend. I believe you and Bob will continue your long conversations in a better place now. RIP my dear friend, I will miss you.

Gayle Clark

January 22, 2020

It was a pleasure knowing you Andy,...you were always such a gentleman.

Marc Crespi

January 22, 2020

If it is true that it is not the years in your life that count but the life in your years, then Andy lived to be 120. Andy was such a vibrant person whose presence enriched all who knew him. Whether it was playing tennis, golf, going out to dinner or just sitting and talking, I enjoyed being in his presence and sharing his friendship, good humor and intelligence. My heart goes out particularly to his daughters and grandchildren who have been prematurely robbed of his love and inclusion in their lives. May his memory be a blessing to all who knew and loved him. God bless you, Andy.

Nick Larson

January 21, 2020

My wife and I had the distinct privilege of getting to know Andy over the past three years when we lived in DC and during our time visiting family in Florida. Andy is a true gentlemen and I will really miss his kind heart. Rest easy, friend.

Nick and Randi Larson.

Michael Freedman

January 21, 2020

Marcia and I were so fortunate to have a next door neighbor like Andy. He made living at 550 so special. A great friend who loved life and had so many friends who loved him. To say he will be missed is a gross understatement. In fact, there are no words to adequately define the loss of such a person like Andy! RIP my friend!

Linda and Alan Warshaw

January 21, 2020

While we'd known Andy for about fifteen years, we can't remember a time when he didn't have a smile on his face. He and his smile will be greatly missed.