Jeffrey Langfelder, a co-founder of the popular Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market, died April 8 at age 72.

In 2010, Langfelder and now City Councilmember Andy Bauman created the farmers market at what is now the City Springs project site. The market quickly became one of the city’s most popular annual events. The duo handed off operations to the nonprofit Heritage Sandy Springs in 2014.

Jeffrey Langfelder (far right) enjoyed one of the Braves’ final games at Turner Field last year with (from left) wife Elizabeth, son Evan and daughter Rebecca.

At Langfelder’s funeral at Temple Sinai, held three days before the farmers market opened its 2017 season, Bauman recalled raising the idea of the market with him.

“His reaction was classic Jeff: ‘I’m…