Keith S. Senko

Licensed Funeral Director for Hempstead Funeral Home

Keith S. Senko

Licensed Funeral Director for Hempstead Funeral Home
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Biography

Keith S. Senko

Hempstead Funeral Home

Mr. Senko is a licensed funeral director at the Hempstead Funeral Home – Senko Funeral Home acting as International Repatriation Coordinator for the Caribbean and Central/South American communities. He is a long time member of the Hempstead for Hofstra/Hofstra for Hempstead Committee.  He currently serves on the NYS Department of Education, Office of the Professions and the NSUH School of Cardiovascular Perfusion Advisory Board as a public member. He also served on the Board of the Nassau/Suffolk Funeral Directors Association and NYS Funeral Directors Association.

In addition to those organizations, Mr. Senko is an active community member having served on the Nassau County Central American Day Parade Committee, the Nassau County Pulaski Parade Committee, and the Nassau County Earthquake Relief Committee.  He has been a community coordinator for Nassau County CASA. He is currently a member of the Rotary International Gift of Life. He was also involved with United Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County and the NYPD 94th Precinct Community Council.   He has been instrumental in the Revitalization of Williamsburg, Brooklyn as Coordinator of Commercial Revitalization, President of the Northside Merchants Association and Chairman of the Young at Heart Senior Citizens Center. He served on the Board of the Peoples Firehouse LDC, the Northside Outdoor Museum of Art, and was Liaison to the Mayor’s Office for the Redevelopment of Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg.

He is supported in these endeavors by his wife, Lynn, President of Worth Real Estate Brokerage and Management and two children, Keith Jr., a Hofstra graduate and Director of Commercial Real Estate and Property Manager; and Lauren, currently attending Hofstra University and majoring in pre-law; along with his parents John J. Senko Jr., former Chairman of the Nassau County Civil Service Commission, and Wanda M. Senko, Vice-Chairman of the Kosciuszko Foundation, New York City.