Jay J. Senkerik

In memoriam

Jay J. Senkerik — 1971-2018

The BeachFleischman family mourns the loss of our own Jay Senkerik. Jay was one of our shareholders and a genuinely warm and wonderful individual. We will miss him greatly. He was highly intelligent, vibrant, and had a rare friendliness and charm of personality. The essence of the life Jay lived might be summed up in one word: “Family,” and what a great family man he was. We wish Jay’s family peace, comfort and courage in the days ahead. Our sorrow is lessened only slightly with the comforting thought that we had the privilege to know Jay. We are grateful for that.

Obituary

Sunrise: April 1, 1971 Sunset: March 10, 2018

Jay J. SenkerikIt is with much sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Jay. He valiantly fought cancer for more than one year. He died in peace surrounded by close family. Jay is survived by many dear, family members including: Kourtney, devoted wife; sons Andrew and Kyle; parents, Thomas and Joanne Senkerik; parents-in-law, Dan and Olga Kujawa; sister, Lisa (Tom) Mucenski; brother, Jeff (Cindy) Senkerik; sister-in-law, Natalie (Brian) Helm; nieces, Michelle Mucenski, Amy Senkerik; nephews, Thomas Mucenski, Adam Senkerik, Clay Storie. Jay was born and raised in Tucson. He graduated from Amphitheater High School and then went on to the University of Arizona where he graduated with a major in accounting and finance. Jay decided to follow in his father's footsteps and become a Certified Public Accountant. He joined the firm of BeachFleischman PC as a Tax Accountant. He quickly advanced and soon became a principal in the firm. Jay was an avid fan of UofA basketball. He enjoyed coaching his sons and their teams in basketball, baseball and soccer. Jay was a gentle, kind soul. He loved his profession, but above all he loved life, his wife, and especially his sons. They all loved him even more.

Published in the Arizona Daily Star on Mar. 14, 2018