Livermore, CA – Jennifer Csillag, a former U.S. Bank employee and cherished resident of Livermore, California, has passed away at the age of 38. Her untimely demise on September 10, 2023, has left her family and friends grief-stricken. The heartbreaking news was shared via social media on Thursday, September 14th, 2023, by a former colleague who not only conveyed the sorrowful tidings but also initiated a donation campaign to support the bereaved family.
Kenny Lau shared grief on Jennifer Csillag’s death:
“I am taking a moment to share a gofundme link for my wonderful former colleague Jennifer Csillag as she was recently passed away. If you know Jennifer, please feel free to donate to support her family”.
Jennifer Csillag lost her battle against stage 4c Colorectal Cancer, as disclosed by a GoFundMe page organized by Krystina Mikrut. The campaign aimed to raise $20,000 and has successfully gathered $13,502 in contributions at the time of this report. For those wishing to contribute to the Csillag family’s cause, the GoFundMe link is provided.
In a heartfelt message on the fundraising page, it was revealed,
“Our world has lost an amazing mother, daughter, wife, and friend: Jennifer Csillag. In December of 2021, Jenny was diagnosed with stage 4c Colorectal Cancer. As she started her long battle with cancer, it left her unable to continue working at the job she loved at the bank. Despite her immense strength and unrelenting spirit, she left this world on September 10, 2023.
She leaves behind a loving husband, Jeff, and two incredible sons, Martin (8), and Daniel (5). Our community is coming together to support the Csillag family and help with costs related to funeral/memorial services and anything else they may need during this difficult time. Any amount would be graciously accepted and appreciated. Thank you in advance for your love and generosity.”
Jennifer Csillag, an alumna of California State University, Chico, where she studied Political Science and Religious Studies, had a remarkable personality. She held a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Religious Studies. Her benevolent nature shone through her involvement in various charitable organizations, including the United Way Bay Area, SF LGBT Center, and the American Red Cross Northern California Coastal Region.
Jennifer’s career at U.S. Bank in Livermore, California, was marked by dedication and excellence. She served as a Banker from 2007 to 2008, assistant manager from 2008 to 2010, Paycheck Protection Program Validation Team Lead from 2020 to 2021, and assistant vice President/Lead Branch Manager. Throughout her tenure, she earned recognition as a top performer and a leader among her peers. In her personal life, she was a loving wife to her husband, Jeff, and a devoted mother to her two remarkable sons, Martin (8) and Daniel (5).
The Csillag family is expected to release details of Jennifer Csillag’s obituary and funeral arrangements at a later time.