This gofundme is for the family of Elliott Senseman in order to help with the cost of his funeral. He left this world on Sunday, July 24. Elliott had a passion for life and lived it to the fullest. Elliott rescued and rehabilitated snakes for years and it was something he loved. Because of this passion Elliott was taken from us all too soon. According to his family, Elliott was creative, brilliant, selfless, and passionate. He had so much more to offer this world.
Please help us ease the financial burden for Elliott’s family.
Elliott’s mother Heather would like us to include his obituary so you can all know him a little better ❤️
Elliott Zachary Allen Lyons Weinstein Senseman, known to many as just “El” was born August 17, 1994, he left this earth on July 24, 2022. Elliott now becoming one of the newest members of the 27 Club, meeting all the requirements. He was creative in a way that left us in awe, he was brilliant always wanting to discuss a new method, solution, or idea with any willing or captive audience. He wanted to learn as much as he wanted to teach, never feeling like he knew enough. Passionate is a word that many people would use to describe Elliott but even that falls short to the energy that emanated out of him. He was an advocate, an activist, he called himself a feminist which many of us women would argue sometimes. He wasn’t political but he was dedicated to global human rights and welfare. He was compassionate, kind, and an empath. He was more selfless than most could imagine, if he had it to give, he would; But if he didn’t, he would steal or trade to give. Plato said, “Once free of the body, the soul is able to see truth clearly because it is more pure than before and recalls the pure ideals which it knew before.” Elliott already lived his life pure, never wearing the constraints and fear we all do, he was a book of questions to which there are no answers. Elliott went to Kutztown University for Environmental Science, minoring in Chemistry and Geology. But El would tell you his education was useless; life is the only school. El had a passion for woodworking and sculpting. He devoted his life to Community Regenerative Agriculture.
We will remember Elliott as the kindest, others-oriented, always curious to find the explanations to life's deep questions with eye wide open, mixed with an adventurous spirit. He was our "Little Prince.” As Elliott’s girlfriend, Lauren said, “he was always looking for an adventure and now he is on his biggest and learning experience.”
Funeral services are being held at Illick’s Mill
100 Illick’s Mill Rd,
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Visitation starts at 10:30am
Service at 12pm
Cemetery is Holy Savior at 1pm
If you prefer to donate to a charity in Elliott’s name, please consider these two organizations as he was devoted to making the entire world healthier through community regenerative agriculture.