Carson David Senfield
September 17, 2003 – September 17, 2022
Carson D. Senfield of Orchard Park, NY was taken tragically from his beloved family on the day of his 19th birthday, September 17th, 2022.
Beloved son of Daren and Bridget (Henderson) Senfield, and devoted brother of Garrett and Halle Senfield and the family’s best furry friend, Luna. Grandson of Gene and Dawn Senfield, and Jane and late Benjamin Henderson. Great-grandson of Jackie and late Arthur Bergstrom, late Josef and Stefania Rozen, late Benjamin and Helen Henderson, late Gene and Betty Senfield. Nephew of Mark (Kathy) Henderson, Kristan Henderson, Caryn (Charles) Nicosia, Steven Henderson, Jeff (Ashley) Senfield, late John David Senfield. Cousin of Morgan, Geneva and Dominic Aboit, Courtney and Stephanie Henderson, Paige and Owen Nicosia, Kirby, Lucy, and Cole Senfield, and late Shannon Henderson.
He is also survived by many Aunts, Uncles, cousins, and incredible friends.
Carson was a bright light that filled every room the moment he walked in, and he was unanimously loved by everyone who knew him. He had a gift of never sweating the small stuff, bringing laughter into every situation, expressing gratitude for everything, and loving his family and friends deeply is what made Carson such an exceptional young man and cherished in the hearts of many. He enjoyed nothing more than being with his family at their summer lake house, riding jet skis and relaxing on the boat, family vacations in New Smyrna Beach, or taking trips and traveling with friends, and he never missed an opportunity to cheer on his beloved Buffalo Bills season after season.
If you knew Carson, then you knew happiness because it was always his intention to make others feel the same joy for life that he had.
From a very young age, Carson began what was a full and exciting career on several Orchard Park sports teams from the OP Warriors travel baseball team, to the Southtowns Stars hockey team, SCTA Regals, the OP Federation hockey team, lacrosse, and so many more. He gave 110% of himself to every team he was a part of and the contributions he made to each will be long remembered.
Freshman year at UT and was instantly loved by his fraternity brothers. His impact on the UT community in such a short time was felt far and wide. Carson reminded everyone that having quality relationships with people is what is most important in life and when you talked with him you felt like you were the only person in the room that mattered.
Shortly after his passing, a close friend of Carson’s had this to say about him and the incredible love he had for his family; “Whenever Carson would talk about his family, or his home, it sounded like he was raised in Candyland.” Carson has such an amazing, boundless love for his family, friends, and life, and we continue to feel that love even now.
The family will receive friends Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Nativity of Our Lord Church, 26 Thorn Ave., Orchard Park, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday at 11 a.m. Arrangements are by the F.E. Brown Sons Funeral Home, Inc. Online condolences may be shared at www.febrownson.com