ROBERT L. SENKO Robert Lester Senko, a "phenomenal" and loving husband, father, brother and friend, passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 9, 2018. Robert, 68, was born on the Fourth of July in Brown City, Michigan, the son of Francis and Betty (Bates) Senko. Trained as an Army surveyor, he carried those career skills into civilian life. He qualified as an expert rifle marksman. He was a member of the Boulder City Elks #1682, an Honorary member of the Boulder City Does #34, a member of American Legion China Post #1, Nellis Radio Amateur Club and Las Vegas Radio Amateur Club. He was a long-time member of GWRRA NV-A Vegas Wings Motorcycle Club and served as Chapter and Nevada District Treasurer for many years. He volunteered countless hours of support for annual charitable events, including the Baker to Vegas Law Enforcement Relay Races, MS Society Bike Runs, Diabetes Foundation bicycle runs, Las Vegas Corporate Challenge, and for the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce. He received awards for "Volunteer of the Year" from the Baker to Vegas Relay (2006 and 2013), the Nevada MS Society (2007), and the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce (2010-2011). Robert is survived by Denise (Feldpausch), his wife of 36 years; children, Randy (Chasity) Senko, Trevor Senko and Mindy Senko; grandchildren, Lucas, Ashley and Bryce; brother, Gary Senko; and numerous extended family members. A funeral service will be held at noon, on Sunday, September 23, 2018, at Palm Memorial Park - Henderson, 800 S. Boulder Hwy, Henderson, Nevada, 89015. Visitation from 10am to 12pm. A celebration of life gathering will be held immediately following the service. A memorial service will also be held at noon, on Saturday, October 6, 2018, at the Believers Church Administration Building, 15200 S. Wright Road, Grand Ledge, Michigan, 48837. A celebration of life gathering will be held immediately following the service at the same location. Memorial contributions may be made to the Boulder City Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund. Happy Trails.
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Published in Boulder City Review on Sep. 20, 2018.