John James Senchak, Sr.
John James Senchak, Sr.
John James Senchak, Sr., 84, West Plains, Missouri, passed away at 9:58 a.m., Thursday, April 13, 2023, at NHC Healthcare.
He was born November 1, 1938, at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, to John Senchak and Bertha Metzger Senchak. On October 5, 1974, he was married to Lois Arner. Mr. Senchak was a veteran, having served with the United States Navy. Before his retirement he was an analyst for RCA.
He is survived by his wife; eight children; twelve grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; two brothers; and several nieces and nephews.
His parents preceded him in death.
Memorial contributions may be made to National MS Society or American Cancer Society and may be left at or mailed to Robertson-Drago Funeral Home, 211 West Main, West Plains, MO 65775.
April 17, 2023 @ 8:29 pm
It was a long ride dad and I miss you already. You were a great dad to me and taught me a lot and I will cherish all of that along with every memory (good and bad). Know that mom is taken care of until she sees you again. Love and miss you yesterday, today, tomorrow and forever.
April 17, 2023 @ 9:39 pm
Very sorry for your loss prayers and blessings
April 18, 2023 @ 9:59 am
I am so very sorry for your loss.
Adrian and Maria Johnson
April 18, 2023 @ 7:12 pm
Sorry for your loss.
April 19, 2023 @ 2:06 pm
Lois, Lisa. Am surely saddened by the loss of John. You all are great Cousins. I always enjoyed John. We would have a great time golfing and I got a kick out of his dry sense of humor. He was a really good man and I will always have fun happy memories of him. My condolences and best wishes to all. With all my love. Rob Devens
April 22, 2023 @ 2:02 pm
Lois, So sorry to hear of John’s passing. Remembering the good old days in Hunlock Creek PA.
April 25, 2023 @ 11:20 am
Dad, I will always remember your sweet smile, gentle voice, your laughter and those nice blue eyes. Even though I only lived with you my first 8 to 9 years of life we did have weekend visits and vacations. I will recall the adventures you took us all on. Even though we had a bended family you treated us ALL the same. You were a hard worker, strong person as well as stubborn but you loved your children. I remember you being a fire chef, your band days, camping, visiting various state parks and standing on your shoulders at Hickery Run park in the lake teating me how to swim. You where a great Dad and I will cherish every memory with you until I see you again. I thank GOD he chose YOU to be my Dad.Until I meet you again, watch over us all! I will miss you alot. Love your “little JEEPS” ? Elizabeth