Douglas Jason Simons

December 9, 1993March 8, 2018

Douglas Jason Simons, of Andover, MA, was entered into rest, suddenly, March 8, 2018 at 24 years. The beloved son of Susan (Simon) and Dr. Richard Simons. Cherished grandson of Bob & Carole Simons and Jeannine & the late Harold Simon and the loving brother of Greg Simons. He is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Services will be at the Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA on Monday, March 12th at 2 PM, followed by interment at Sharon Memorial Park. Memorial observance will be at his parent’s home on Monday following burial until 8 PM, continuing Tuesday and Wednesday 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM. Expressions of sympathy in his memory may be donated to the Massachusetts General Hospital for Treatment of Manic Depression/Bipolar Disorder, c/o Development Office, 55 Fruit Street, Boston, MA 02114.


  • Funeral Service Monday, March 12, 2018
  • Interment Monday, March 12, 2018

Douglas Jason Simons

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Mar Novo

March 29, 2018

Oh dear Dougy!

I have no words but to say, you were, are and always will be full of light and laughter.
I'll treasure my POV project we did together for the second semester with Pedro B. forever!
That was the best thing we did together, just have fun and enjoy every moment.
May your heart and soul rest in peace forever hun!

Lots of love,

Mar Novo

Stephanie Dieter

March 29, 2018

My dearest Dougie,
This news has me at a loss for words. You were one of my first real friends in LA back in 2012. You were one of the first people to ever tell me you believed I was meant to do great things. And you never stopped telling me, not once up until the very last time we spoke a few months ago. I remember when we got together for your birthday and we talked about how you wanted to be a warrior, how you intended to fight each and every day against your own mind telling you that you wouldn’t make it. My friend, I am SO proud that you fought until the last minute and your willpower and your strength live on. You are forever surrounded by light. I love you and I promise you I will keep fighting.

Eboni Joi

March 28, 2018

First I'm happy for his peace but sorry for your loss. I was Doug's classmate and friend, Doug was a sweet kid. So mild mannered yet fun and vibrant at times, he would always say Eboni your so nice even when your honest, lol. I guess I was brutally honest at times but Doug appreciated me for me and I had that same love and respect for him. When he left school I hoped that he was happier going where ever he was going but now that the gates have opened to him, I know he's happier where he is. Bless up.

Jeremy Permenter

March 28, 2018

My heart goes out to the family. Doug was an amazing friend who was full of laughter and personality. He was one of my first friends I made when I lived in Los Angeles. I hope that he has found peace and his family has the strength to also find peace during a hard time. Doug will be missed by many including myself.

Yassin Koptan

March 28, 2018

I really don't know what to say or where to start. But Doug is someone I always regarded as a brother ever since I met him in LA in our first week of school. We were neighbors, classmates, and buddies. He always had a kind heart. The stories are too many. but the fact remains, We lost an angel that we should have all been there for like he has been there for us. Rest in Peace habibi! Love you more than a brother and I will miss you so much! I will see you in heaven

Ken Polk, Sr.

March 19, 2018

I,m so sorry to hear of your loss of Doug. I just recently heard about this. I had a few conversations with Doug at my son's music studio over the past couple years. He was certainly very bright. I always enjoyed talking with him.

I pray that God will bring you peace and comfort as you pass through your timing of mourning.

Ken Polk, Sr.