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Chester M. Senior

28 octobre 19526 juin 2021
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Chester M. Senior, age 68, of Highland Township, passed away June 6, 2021. Beloved husband of Sherie. Loving father of Christy (Fred) Stites and the late Treasa Flores. Cherished grandfather of Troy Ellsworth, Brayden Stites, Nickolus Stites, Logan (Leanne) Stites. Dear brother of Jeff (Freda) Senior, Lori Jill (the late Joe) Beschoner, Judith (Steve) Kasmiersky and the late Chuck Senior. Proud uncle of many. Chester was preceded in passing by his parents, Arthur Senior and Elizabeth Emmons.

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Chester M. Senior

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Steve Kasmiersky

20 juin , 2021

When I heard this tune today, it instantly reminded me of the deep love that Chet had for his family.
Rest in Peace Brother-in-law.

https://youtu.be/287ATMhVVO4

- Steve Kasmiersky

Jill Beschorner (senior)

12 juin , 2021

Chet was a great big brother. He was a great guy. I will miss him dearly. You always think you have more time. To be with your love ones. Truth be told “ you do not have plenty of time”. He fought and he fought hard on his recent health battles. Now it’s time for him to rest. Love you Chet. R.I.P.

Judith Kasmiersky

12 juin , 2021

Chet, Judy and Jill - October 1958

Kathy Smolinski

8 juin , 2021

The Senior kids were part of the gang at the lake. My 2 brothers and I played together with Chet, Judy, Jill and the 2 younger kids. Many memories! I can remember playing with barbies with Judy outside, when Chet and my brother, Joe, put a salamander in the barbie house! Always up to something. My mom just fed lunch to whatever kid showed up. I think she wondered where all the extras came from. Lots of fond memories of chet and our little gang. Forts in the woods, swimming, row boats, tree climbing and the fall out shelter at their Grandma Emmons house. Be without pain now, Chet. Now you know the secrets of life after death before we do. Ps. Judy, i do remember the car on the ice!

Paula Halleck

8 juin , 2021

I'm so sad to hear of Chet's passing. We had such fun in high school and later after you and Sherie were married. Rest in Peace.

Patti Reitz

8 juin , 2021

It was an honor and a privilege to spent time with Chester while he waited to be called up to the infusion center. He enjoyed sharing stories about his turtle and plants, playing pool with his daughter. One day he surprised me with 120 year old canna bulbs. They are already a foot tall. I will cherish them forever-

My condolences to the family -

Patti Reitz, LMSW
SJMO Oncology Team

LeAnne Stites

8 juin , 2021

Judith Kasmiersky

8 juin , 2021

So many memories, so little space. As I replay the tape of life in my mind Chet is everywhere. I see his mischievous smirk and spark in his eyes when being a stinker. I see that spark fade in some scenes, such as the loss of our mother and his daughter. His anger at injustice and defense of the victims. In many scenes is a man with a large heart and lots of pride, both of which sometimes got in his way but the strength of them has to be admired. I feel a great loss which will not pass, an empty place that can't be filled, future scenes missing his contribution and character. I will remember his passion for fishing, all things mechanical, his different projects and their retelling. Jogs down memory lane with him will be especially missed as some of those pertained only to us and now will be solo. The last time we spoke included two jogs, learning the hard way ..zap.. of electric fish and another of bioluminescence algae in the Gulf of Mexico. Both of which I only witnessed because of him and his curious, observant nature. Hard to pick a favorite, but one makes me smile even through tears. Driving his old Chrysler, his first car, out on the ice of Commerce Lake. As luck would have it, the car suffered some mechanical issue and stopped running. There we were, pushing this monster of a car back to shore. As we went the ice would settle under the weight and that strange and spooky pinging sound would echo all around us. Everyone would run from the car afraid that it and us would fall through the ice .. everyone but Chet. He never stopped pushing, never wavered, never doubted for a moment that he could get his beloved car back to shore. He would assure us each time that it was just the ice settling. We were the rats abandoning ship and he was the captain. I miss you dear brother. I'm so sorry that you had to go through this. It feels like a huge injustice. I pray that you are having a grand reunion with Treasa, Mom and the rest of those that are lost to us until ..?

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