Jayson Aloysius Sendlbeck was born on April 18, 1972 to Thomas Eugene Sendlbeck and Gayle Neidrauer Sendlbeck in Buffalo, New York.
On June 18, 2014 Jayson quietly passed into a peaceful rest in in the comfort of his home in Virginia Beach, VA. He now lays at rest, but will forever be alive in our hearts and memories.
Left to cherish Jayson’s memory is his wife, Tamara Sendlbeck and their two children, Jazlyn Sendlbeck, 17, and Genesis Sendlbeck, 13 of Virginia Beach, Virginia; brothers, Steven Park of NewYork, and Peter Sendlbeck of New York, sisters, Cheri Park of New York and Rhonda Sendlbeck of Virginia. Jayson also leaves behind his nieces and nephews, Nicholas, Justin, Jamie, Jessica, Kristofer, Cameron.
Jayson was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Sendlbeck and mother, Gayle Sendlbeck
Jayson was very close to his family – immediate, extended, or close friends. He always felt love and returned it unconditionally in kind.
Jayson loved his daughters very much and will watch over them in his eternal life to keep them safe and provide guidance to them through their hearts with his memory. Jessica and Jayson also had a very loving relationship throughout his short life. Jayson considered himself a father figure to Jessica and will watch over her as if she were his own.
Jayson will always be remembered and will continue to live on in our hearts. He is now at peace in heaven with his parents. They will always be watching their loved ones from above and will be forever in our hearts.
Jayson’s gentle personality, faith in people, and his love for his family and friends has captured our hearts. He has touched many people throughout his life and will be remembered for his love of the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabers, New York Mets, and NASCAR. He loved hot wings and working with anything that had to do with his hands.
As we join together to remember him, his family would like to express their gratitude for your heartfelt prayers and condolences during this time of mourning.
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