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Glen Abbey Memorial Park & Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA

OBITUARY

Trixia Simsuangco Clemente

March 2, 1978February 11, 2020

Trixia Simsuangco Clemente was born on March 2, 1978 and passed away on February 11, 2020.

Services

7 March

Visitation

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Glen Abbey Mortuary Chapel

3838 Bonita Road
Bonita, CA 91902

8 March

Funeral Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Glen Abbey Mortuary Chapel

3838 Bonita Road
Bonita, CA 91902

Memories

Trixia Simsuangco Clemente

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Antoinette Hicks

February 20, 2020


Trixia you were known by many to be a tough skinned, fun loving individual with a huge heart. You were known in our community as a compassionate and nurturing nurse that was a bright light to whomever you cared for.

We will miss your playful personality, straight forward blunt humor and big smile. Trixia your presence was impactful and your relationships were meaningful. When you called someone your friend, you meant it and to be your friend meant we were blessed, we were apart of your family. Trixia’s your love was rich and ran deep. It was pure, true and genuine, a precious treasure. I’m missing you sis.

Antoinette Hicks

February 19, 2020

Michelle Aquino

February 19, 2020

My name is Michelle Aquino and found out about the passing of Trixia on FB. I was so shocked and saddened by this news. I am sending all my love and prayers to all of her friends and family today and always.

I didn’t know Trixia very well from high school as I graduated a year earlier than she did, but several years ago I ran into her for the first time taking my kids to get their flu shots at the Sharp clinic on Heritage...I recognized that I knew here from high school, but didn’t know her name. She said she was good friends with Antoinette, who is a friend of mine...we re-introduced ourselves to each other and every year since then she has been working the flu clinic every year...it’s been so long...I can’t even remember a time when she wasn’t there working when I went in...we always exchanged smiles and conversation about how we were doing...I looked forward to see her again and again every year...it was our annual meeting...I am still in shock that I will not see her at the clinic later this year!! I am sure you all are dealing with so many emotions and hurt at this time...I just wanted to share my small story and connection with Trixia...sending you all my love and hugs!! It is just so hard to comprehend the timing and how to continue to move forward after a loss of a beautiful daughter, mother, sister, friend, soul!! May all your memories bring joy to your hearts and a smile to your face today and always!!

Love you all, Michelle Aquino

Antoinette Hicks

February 19, 2020

Raymond Gray

February 19, 2020

Our condolences to the Simsuangco Family and Loved Ones, "Trixia you will always be in our heart and Prayer's. {Gone to soon} So many beautiful memories and moments you shared growing up with the kids sitting on the green-box on "Bayberry"...all the gatherings, birthdays we all shared. You always had the biggest smile and kindness to everyone, never afraid to tell everyone have fun and enjoy the moments. I remember coming home from several deployments and you were the first to say "Hi Ray-Ray" with a big smile and wave from your house really made my days better. Brilliants', respectful, caring by everyone you let into your heart, we all missing you. Family Simsuangco and friends "Trixia" still lives in our Heart's. God Bless You Always..."Ray-Ray & Family

Robert Bernardo

February 19, 2020

Trixia aka Flash Gordon thank you .. Thank you for all you’ve done for me. We were their for each other at some of our hardest times growing up. All week we kept in contact. We were just chilling reminiscing talking that crap. We just talked about forgiveness. We just talked about getting us all together. God wanted you, all though I questioned it I’m thankful we made our solid peace. Gone to to soon. Thank you for that big piece of Cake. I love you Forever Flash Gordon I promise to be there for all our family. #2122

Antoinette Hicks

February 19, 2020

I don’t even know where to begin. From playing at my house before school started, to waiting in waiting rooms for either of us to birth a baby. Well, I birthed a few more than you. Reminiscing about how I’d get in trouble with my parents or when I’d wake up early in the morning and would be super loud in your kitchen downstairs while everyone was sleeping. Finding and giving each other lil gifts that we knew would make us smile. The talks about how we just wanna try and get together to do something. But work got the best of us or we couldn’t get everyone to make it. Your trash talking has slightly softened in your latter years in life but was none the less still there. I miss you, your big heart and smile. Enjoy your time in paradise and I see you when it’s my time. Thank you for all the memories and for doing life with me. I’ll continue to ride and be there for your family. I love you very mutz sis.