HENRY F. CORIDAN, SIOR RETIRED
Bernard Joseph Heggeman, III, SIOR
Henry F. Coridan died on June 9, 2014 at age 88 in Columbus, Ohio. Coridan was a retired commercial real estate broker with Coridan and Associates, Ohio Equities and Oscar L. Thomas Realty. Coridan
was a member of St. Andrew Parish for 49 years and a World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy. He was a
Board member of the Friends of the Josephinum for over 15 years and active in SIOR on a national, state
and local level in leadership roles; the Columbus and Ohio Associations of Realtors; and in 2013, received
a lifetime achievement award from the Columbus Commercial, Industrial and Investment Realtors.
EVELYNE ANDRETTA, SIOR RETIRED
PAUL CHRISTOPHER BROWN, SIOR
Chris Brown died tragically on July 16, 2014 at the age of 44 at his midtown home in Central Gardens, Tenn. Chris took his first position at CBRE as a commercial realtor in 1999. He eventually began his
own commercial real estate company under the auspices of Coleman-Etter-Fontaine Realtors, but when the
parent company closed its doors in 2010, he moved to Newmarket Grubb, where he served as a Senior Vice
President until his death. Chris was a rare individual who emanated laughter, joy and charisma everywhere
he went, impacting the lives of those he cared for through empathy and compassionate understanding.
Bernard Heggeman, a native and life-long Mobilian, passed away on May 30, 2014. He was a respected and nationally known realtor who was president of Heggeman Realty Co., Inc. Son of the founder,
he had been with the company for almost 35 years. Heggeman started his real estate career by joining
Heggeman Realty Company as an agent and became president in 1997. His professional affiliations
included memberships in the Mobile County Board of Realtors, the Alabama Association of Realtors, the
National Association of Realtors, The Mobile Commercial Real Estate Exchange and SIOR, where he
served in various leadership positions.
Evelyne Andretta was the first woman admitted into SIOR. She served as national district vice president and regional vice president, as well as state president. SIOR bestowed the Howell H. Watson Distinguished Service Award upon
her at the national level. Andretta was also the 2010 recipient of the SIOR Millie Award. She served as a member of the
National Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE), National Association of Industrial and Office
Properties (Board of Directors) and served on the Board of Governors of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce.
Andretta won the prestigious Hall of Fame Award from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties in
1997. She began her real estate career with J.L. Hearin, Inc., a company which she eventually owned. In 1978 Andretta
sold J.L. Hearin, Inc., to Cushman and Wakefield where she served as branch manager and broker and later joined The
Krauss Organization in 1991. She was a pioneer in the commercial real estate industry, mentoring and inspiring many
of today's industry leaders.