Collin Jimenez, NJ Bartender Dies Suddenly At 27

Collin Jimenez, a Linden native, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, May 15, according to his obituary. 

Collin Jimenez

Collin Jimenez

Photo Credit: Collin Jimenez Facebook

Born in New Brunswick, Jimenez lived in South River and Linden, graduating Linden High School in 2016, his obituary reads. He was manager for Bonefish Grill in East Brunswick and worked at 33's Tavern in South River as a bartender, according to his obituary.

In his free time, Jimenez enjoyed playing video games and spending time with his family and friends, especially his daughter Emily, his obituary reads.

A fundraiser has been set up to support Emily. As of Friday, May 24, more than $4,000 has been raised.

"Collin was the most radiant human being you could have come across," Dennis Krouny, who organized the fundraiser said. "He was so personable he could make friends with any stranger. He cared deeply for those around him.. His daughter Emily was his entire life. No words can express how loved this man was."

Aside from Emily, he is survived by his mother, Natalie, his father, Nicholas, his three siblings, John, Kyle, Essence and numerous other family members, friends and co-workers, his obituary reads.

To view his obituary, click here. To view the fundraiser, click here.

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