Peter F. Sentz
FUNERAL HOME
Perry-Komdat Funeral Chapel Inc
2691 Ny Highway 43
Averill Park, NY 12018
Sentz, Peter F. AVERILL PARK Peter F. Sentz, 70 of Brainard Road, died suddenly on Thursday, March 11, 2021, at his residence. Born in Clifford, Mich., Peter was the son of the late Jack and Pauline Morse Sentz. He had been a resident of the Averill Park area for 50 years. Peter was an Army veteran and had served 1970-1972 when he was honorably discharged. Peter attended Orange County Community College and then continued his education at SUNY Albany earning his bachelor's degree. He had been a CPA for 45 years owning Sentz and Associates in East Greenbush. Peter was a member of many organizations including the NRA, Averill Park Fish and Game Club and various accounting memberships. He taught the NYS Hunter Safety Course for many years. Peter lived for hunting, camping, boating, fishing, and spoiling the grandchildren. Grandpa Cookies enjoyed baking his famous cookies, jelly making, baking pies, picking berries, walking the woods of his property and cutting firewood. Peter leaves many memories with his family of the years camping and boating at the Thousand Islands. Survivors include his children, Addam (Stephanie) Sentz of Nassau, Michelle Sentz of East Schodack and Kristoffer Sentz of Nassau; his sister, Jo Hanner of California; his longtime companion, Jacqueline Hankle of East Nassau; his grandchildren, Alyssa, Mia, Dominick, Natalia, Gabrielle and Ashlyn; along with several nieces and nephews. Peter was predeceased by several brothers and sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to call between 4 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 18, at the Perry-Komdat Funeral Chapel, 2691 NY 43 in Averill Park. Masks, social distancing and occupancy numbers are in effect. Peter will be brought to the B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery for burial in the future. If desired, donations in memory of Peter F. Sentz may be made to the Albany Stratton VA Medical Center Visit www.perrykomdat.com for directions and a private guestbook.





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Published by Albany Times Union on Mar. 14, 2021.
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Perry-Komdat Funeral Chapel Inc
2691 Ny Highway 43, Averill Park, NY 12018
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With my deepest condolences to the family. As a long time client, your donation request to the Albany VA Medical Center is greatly appreciated.
Robin Raco
March 21, 2021
Sheehy Opticians
March 18, 2021
Linda, Uncle Ron, Ron, Christa
March 17, 2021
Mike and Gina Kwarta
March 17, 2021
I will never forget his laugh, his gumption for life, and his willingness to help others. Peter was a very big part of my life and I am grateful for having the opportunity to be a part of his. God bless you all and my condolences.
Michael, Jennifer, and Sidney
March 16, 2021
I am heartbroken as many others are well. I spoke with Peter a couple weeks ago at my normal tax drop off. Every year I try to bring him a dozen donuts and they always tell him they are sugar-free with no calories. He always gives me A chuckle. This year we had a great conversation about the US Army he and myself were both stationed at Fort Knox Kentucky. He also told me about a story about a bear that ran past him. Peter will be truly missed by many. My prayers go out to him and his family and thank you for your service Peter. God bless..
Robert Vansteenburg
March 16, 2021
So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Ann Eddy
March 16, 2021
I´m so sorry for your loss. I didn´t get a chance to meet Peter, but I know his family. There are no words to express our true condolences, so please know you´re loved and our thoughts are with you always.
The Lippitt Family
March 15, 2021
We are so sorry and are keeping all of you in our prayers. Addam, I remember some of your stories about hunting with your dad. I know how much he meant to you and how much you respected, adored and loved him. Keep his traditions and his memory in your life and he'll always be close. All our love.
Deb, Michael & Nolan Loucks
March 15, 2021
Our deepest sympathy to Peter's family upon your great loss. I too, like others, met Peter through tax preparation many years ago and our tax appointments were always full of laughter and conversation, as well as tax prep. He was a good man and will be missed by many.
Mona and Fred DeMay
March 15, 2021
My and my family's saddest condolences to the family and friends of Pete. He has been a friend and advocate to me and my family for many years and he will be very much missed.
Thomas M Gorman
March 15, 2021
Peter was an interesting man who always addressed a topic with energy and animation. Always looked forward to seeing him in March to do taxes and have a friendly conversation!! He was always helpful . Praying the man upstairs gently hold Peter and his family. And helps them navigate this path of grief. And pray the great memories Will help you on this journey. He will be missed by many! God bless him and his family.
Teri Morelli
March 14, 2021
My condolences on your loss and prayers for peace. Peter always had a big heart and wanted to help others. A tireless friend and mentor to others, whether that be other professionals or young hunters. Peter had zest for life. Peter will be missed by me and I am sure man, many others.
Phil Vecchio
March 14, 2021
We are so sorry for your loss. He will be missed.
Tina and Bob Jahn
March 14, 2021
Deepest sympathy for the passing of our friend. He will be truly missed.
Michael Rekuc and Gail Swift
March 14, 2021
We are heartbroken for the loss of Peter. Our friendship extended for more than 40 years. We will always remember his wonderful smile and personality for living life to the fullest. He always made time for his friends. A wonderful father and grandfather as well. Sending your family comfort and prayers. Rest in peace Peter.
Frank & Becky Giumarra
March 14, 2021
With Peter, I always looked forward to the five minutes of tax talk followed by the hour of non-tax talk. What a love he had for his family, the outdoors, and his country. So sad he's gone, and he will be missed by many, but he lived a wonderful life. My condolences to his family.
Tom Burzesi
March 14, 2021
I met Peter through business about 40 years ago. After a very short time he became more of a friend than a business associate. Every time we spoke the conversation always swayed from work to hunting, food yard chores or any of a million different topics. I could always count on Peter for personal advice also. He was a good friend and I will miss him.
Dana Murphy
March 14, 2021