Jeffrey Stuart Cisler

2 May, 197617 February, 2021

Jeffrey Stuart Cisler was born on May 2, 1976 and passed away on February 17, 2021 and is under the care of Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home.

Celebration of Life will be held on February 27, 2021 at 1:00 pm at Moose Lodge 455, 3834 Southside Blvd, Jacksonville, FL.

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  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, 27 February , 2021


Jeffrey Stuart Cisler

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Aleaha Walker

27 February 2021

I only worked with Jeff for a short time at Panera bread however, he was the funniest, coolest, happiest person I had ever known. He related to many people and him and I always talked on Snapchat and Facebook messenger about random things weather it was what super powers we would have or if he was telling me crazy stories from work. He was someone who I looked forward to seeing when I worked and still spoke to a short time after I left. There wasn’t anyone that didn’t like him. I will always have the happiest memories of him and every time I think of him it will bring me happiness and sadness. He was taken way to soon and will be missed so much. Til we meet again Jefffffaa 😇😟

Soo Perry

26 February 2021

This is one of the saddest losses I've had in my lifetime I love Jeff like son!! I will miss him and his love and zest for life everyday and I feel truly blessed to have known him for even if it was a short time I know I will see him again one day and we will laugh together

melissa garcia

24 February 2021

I wished i was dreaming but i am not. When i first started at panera i did not think that you would of became one of my favorite managers. you always told me that i would move up someday to become a manager. when i asked about other jobs you would give me your input if it would be good for me or not. i will miss you fixing your watered down chocolate milk. you were such an amazing person to be around. I could literally talk to you about anything. you dealt with the drama that i had and all. thank you always.

Larry Perrone

24 February 2021

Jeff was a kind and gentle soul. We can all benefit by emulating the way Jeff treated others. His passing is an unimaginable loss to his family and our community. My sincerest condolences to his family and those fortunate enough to call him a friend.

Julianna DeArmond

23 February 2021

I can’t believe this. It’s been some days and this still weighs heavy on my heart. Working with you at Panera was one of the most amazing experiences. It was a stressful environment at times, yet your presence was calming and inviting. At times I struggled waking up in the morning, let alone go to work and you would notice and take time to talk to me. You asked about my life goals, told me that I was an amazing worker. You pushed me to be better at my job and look at me now. I got promoted to be a manager at my new store. I inspire to be an amazing manager and leader like you. I can never compare to you ofc, you were one of a kind. Thank you for shedding some light into my life Jeff.

Jamaris Wilson

23 February 2021

Working at Panera last year I was one of the only dudes on the line besides Jeff and he taught me a a lot about having that good warm presence everybody wanted to be around and he was a good manager on top of it. Always helped me out whenever I was struggling and I never seen Jeff mad at all. We always talked about some type of sports whenever we worked and it was always a blast having him around me but my condolences go out to his family and kids🙏🏾

Sara Barlow

23 February 2021

Jeff is an amazing manager, I worked with him at Panera Bread in Kingsland, Georgia. He was one of my favorites. He was like a father to me he always made sure I was okay, he also sat down and listened to me. I’m going to miss watching the Simpsons with him and he gets all excited cause he knows every episode.

Sherie Anderson

23 February 2021

I worked with Jeff as a Co-Asst manager at Panera bread river city he was awesome to work with always helped me as I trained I lost my mom and my husband the same year Jeff was one of the people took me and some other managers out just to cheer me up I’m so going to miss him he was a awesome coworker a great person and a nice guy Rest In Peace my friend gone to soon but never forgotten ❤️

Brittany Dion

23 February 2021

I had worked with Jeff at Panera years ago. He was always such an awesome manager. He was always so kind and funny and very laid back. I am very sorry to hear what happened to him. I send thoughts, prayers, and condolences to his family. He was a great man.

Melissa Priest

23 February 2021

I will always have fond memories of Jeff, he and my brother Eric were best friends since they were in middle school. He was always so kind and (tolerant) of my friends and I always barging in and wanting to be part of the older kids conversations. When I heard of Jeff’s passing I immediately remembered all of the great times we shared as kids, teens and young adults. I haven’t been able to see Jeff for a few years now but he will always be in our hearts until we meet again. God speed Jeff...

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