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Obituary for Mark A. "Andy" Yeo

New York, New York July 17, 1969 – February 19, 2017

Mark Andrews “Andy” Yeo, 47, of New York, NY passed away
peacefully in his sleep on February 19, 2017 after a valiant fight
with aggressive Stage 4 Kidney Cancer.
Born on July 17, 1969, in Lewistown, PA, he was the son of Herbert
P. Jr. and Cheryl (Grimminger) Yeo. He graduated from Kish High
School and The Penn State University. Andy proudly served in the
United States Marine Corps from June 1987 through June 1993,
including active service during Operation Desert Storm.
On August 29, 2003, he married the love of his life and best friend
Kathleen (Gordon) Yeo, with whom he was blessed with his son,
Joseph Presley "JP" Yeo.
In addition to his wife, son, and parents, he is survived by a
grandmother, Thelma (Andrews) Yeo of Ohesson Manor, a sister,
Suzanne (Yeo) Brady and husband, Mark, of Harrisburg, PA. Brotherin-
law, Joseph Gordon and wife Marie, of Quakertown, PA. Two
sisters-in-law, Mary Alice Gordon, of Atlanta, GA and Nancy Gordon
Jeffers and husband Brian, of Scranton, PA. Four nieces, Sarah
Jeffers, Hannah Jeffers, Olivia Brady and Morgan Brady. Three
nephews, Joseph Gordon, Conner Gordon and Jack Gordon.
Andy spent the last twenty years of his career working for BNP
Paribas where he most recently served as Managing Director, Head
of Global Markets ITO Americas. He was happiest outside. He was a
tinkerer and a doer. Loyalty was important to Andy which says a lot
about a man. He was an adoring father, husband, and friend. As a
proud father, he would never miss a chance to attend one of J.P.’s
many sporting events...the kids got game. For those who knew
him, there was never a dull moment. Andy kept us on our toes and
in a constant state of laughter. His smile was infectious. Andy
loved country music, skiing and loved being at the lake house. He
was humble and generous. Andy had amazing stories based on
amazing life experience. Andy packed 100 years of life into a 47
year time frame. The logo on Andy's favorite t-shirt described him
perfectly; he will always be "The Legend”.
A celebration of life to be held at Church of the Blessed Sacrament,
152 W 71st Street, NY NY on Tuesday, February 28th, at 10:30AM.
The family will be receiving visitors beginning at 9:30AM. A
reception to follow hosted by Kathleen and J.P.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to either The American
Cancer Society or Wounded Warrior Project in Andy’s name.
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