On Wednesday July 3, 2019, Joseph Carl Jensen of Coconut Creek, Florida past away after a sudden illness, he was 69.
Born in Staten Island, New York, he is the beloved husband of the late Jessica Jensen and loving stepfather to Denise Brescia and Edmund Brescia and his wife Kristie and granddaughter Camryn. He is also survived by his siblings, Lawrence Jensen, Clair Tarantino, Gerard Jensen, Fredrick Jensen, Carl Jensen, Phillip Jensen and Linda Felhaber and many loving nieces and nephews.
Friends may call on Tuesday July 9, 2019 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at Horizon Funeral and Cremation Services, 4650 N. Federal Highway, lighthouse Point, FL 33064. A private burial service is planned.
Online condolences may be made at: www.HorizonFuneralCremation.com
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To The Jensen Family, So sorry for your loss. I met Joseph about a year ago in Wynmoor. He was a wonderful kind man and friend to me. I will keep him and your family in my prayers. Mr. Mario A. Bucci and family.
Joe was a friend on and off the court to many of us. Joe was always willing to lend a helping hand whether it was with the lessons, at our functions, and even drying off the courts. We will miss the dinners we had with Joe, the barbecues, and Jeremy will miss going bowling with Joe. When Joe and I played together we always joked about his Jekyll and Hyde play on the court where he would make 5 fantastic shots followed by 5 atrocious shots. I guess to sum it up we are all going to miss Joe for the true friend he was to all of us. May our friend RIP
From Canada, we are snowbirds and meet Joe at Wynmoor, a real nice man. It was always a pleasure playing pickleball together. We will miss you Joe.
Doris and Marcel
Joe was a very kind gentle soul. I really looked forward to his presence. I agree with everyone’s kind words. We never did make it out for our coffee together. Suzan Gordon
Greetings From Toronto
I am a snowbird and a resident in Wynmoor
I met Joe when I started to play pickleball
Joe used to adopt the beginner players and give the love of playing pickleball.
I will always remember him with his kindness and being patient with all of us.
He even chose his death in a kind way not bothering anybody
Rest in peace and we will always remember you with your tea hings at the courts.
Joe was just a nice man..., always good natured. I will always remember how he always berated himself loudly when he missed a shot and I laughed. He will be missed
Mighty Joe was always willing to help anyone. Your sense of humor will be sorely missed at the courts. You were one of a kind. RIP Joe.
Joe will be missed...a true gentle man.
Joe was special . He always had a smile on his face and kind to everyone. He will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure to know him.
He truly was the best. Great smile great personality and always willing to anyone. Just recently when he was here at the house we were listening to some music with the Alexa app. Keep Put-in- names of bands that I never even heard of back in the 60s and 70s. I'm glad he enjoyed that. Rest in peace Joe you will be truly missed.
Joe was the first person I met when I started playing pickleball, He quickly offered me a paddle and was always giving me encouragement with a great smile on his face. I loved the silly giggle he made when he missed the ball, loved playing with him. He will truly be missed.
I played pickleball with Joe at Wynmoor. He was always smiling, happy and caring and often would offer helpful advice. I will miss him.
I played with Joe numerous times at the Community Center gym. So much older than myself but a wonderful Pickleball player. Always gave me pointers and was so encouraging. Just a joy to be around him. Elinor Weinstein
Joe was always a gentleman, kind and never had a bad word to say about anyone. He always had a smile on his face and a laugh to share. The Pickleball Club of Wynmoor will miss Joe dearly. He was a dear friend.
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