Jay Kordich, known by millions as the Juiceman and the Father of Juicing, left this realm peacefully in his sleep from natural causes on May 27, 2017. Born in 1923, Jay's entire life was filled with a passion for teaching the power of juicing to all who would listen. Adored by all, Jay was an eternal optimist, and truly was the embodiment of what it means to live life to the fullest. Those of you who've known Jay can agree that no matter the circumstances, he always saw the beauty around him and never lost his sense of wonder.
Jay was a true pioneer, delivering a powerfully healing message of juicing to millions of people worldwide through television.
Creating a public memorial/celebration of life for Jay is the perfect way to say goodbye to him as well as helping his young family find closure.
This celebration of life is a way to shine a light on Jay's passion and for us to all come together and celebrate his amazing, selfless, and dedicated life. The Kordich family will use the funds to help cover funeral costs and arrange for a public event in Los Angeles this summer. With you, we'll pay tribute to the man who paved the way for us to understand that eating living foods and juicing creates 'life' inside of us, and that we can all live a life full of vitality, longevity, and disease-free living.
Jay Kordich's work touched the lives of millions, and we humbly ask that if you can, please help us by donating so we can properly honor this amazing leader of this great teaching.
Jay is survived by his wife of 36 years, Linda, and their two sons, John (33) and Jayson (31). We are so grateful for all the love and support you've shown us over the years. We plan on continuing to carry Jay's torch and spread the word about the power of juicing.
Please be sure to check back on this page, as we'll update it with more specific information about his public memorial in the coming weeks. We hope to see you all there so we can remember what a beautiful man -- and a powerful teaching -- he brought to the world. You can also find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/jaykordich
With love and gratitude,
The Kordich Family