Dolphine communication executive Jason Jenkins dies at 47.
Jason Jenkins, the Dolphins’ senior vice president of communications and community affairs dies without any serious medical issues on Saturday. The team informed the media during the halftime of its preseason game against the Eagles. He was 47 years old and was actively working for the Dolphins. The reason for death is not revealed yet and then a news report says that Jenkins was suddenly struck with a medical emergency. Although in the public domain there is no news of Jason suffering from any serious injury. Jenkins was working as a senior VP since 2015 and worked for the Dolphins since 2009.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said in a statement about Jensen:
“I am heartbroken,” “Jason Jenkins was an icon in the Miami community, and above all a kind and incredible family man. His dedication to our organization was unmatched. He was my friend but most of all he was a generous soul. My heart is with Elizabeth and his children tonight. The Jenkins family will always be a part of the Dolphins family.” Jenson wanted to be a star in Journalism, He completed his college degree from Texas Tech and was a student of Journalism. Due to his great achievements, he was honored with the Outstanding Alumni Award in 2017 and later gave the commencement address. He worked with many different teams employers 9ers, Texas Southern University, and Lehigh University prior to the Dolphins.
Jensen was part of many powerful boards:
He was a powerful man who was on the board of anti-Defamation League Florida, Breakthrough Miami, Women of Tomorrow, Dolphins Challenge Cancer, Pro Sports Assembly, Urban League of Broward County, and YWCA Miami. “Our hearts are broken and grieving the loss of a man who was a dear friend and beloved by so many people,” “Jason faithfully served the Dolphins organization for 14 years, was a beacon in the community, a trailblazer and champion for others, and above all, treated people with a kindness and dignity that left a lasting mark on everyone he met.” Dolphins president and CEO Tom Garfinkel said. Jensen had a wife and three children Liya, Aiden, and Sloane.