McLeod Mortuary

1919 East Valley Pkwy, Escondido, CA


Met Austin Siapengco Simon

December 28, 1987April 28, 2020

From the family:

We would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Losing a loved one is never easy and is not something that anyone could ever prepare for but what brings us comfort is knowing that he is in a place of comfort under God’s wings and protection. Knowing that he is walking with God in the heavens watching over our family and friends who care deeply for him helps our grieving hearts. Austin was very much loved and we thank you all for taking the time to share your caring thoughts and memories.

Celebration of Life Hosted by the Family:

Celebration of life will continue regardless of the circumstances, but due to Covid-19 we are not able to have more than 10 people at the services. We would like to extend an invitation to a memorial that we will have displayed on our driveway. The memorial will be setup on Wednesday, May 6 starting at 5pm and we kindly ask that you practice social distancing while at the memorial. For more details please text Ali (Austin’s sister) at (858) 335-8600, thank you for your love, support and understanding.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Met (DAD) Simon

May 15, 2020

From the day GOD had given you life you are LOVE and until I close my eyes in this Earth and until the other side or wherever, and at the time you will pick me up here, I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU until eternity.. Please stay with me..

Eleonore Frank

May 13, 2020

I honestly don't know what to say. I met Austin in Middle School, we weren't great friends or anything but I remember that he always took the time to say hi to me or even took a seat next to me to chat during lunch of between periods. Whenever I saw him, I knew there was always room for a conversation and he would always ask me how I was doing, he never lead a conversation with something about himself. He was very sweet, and I remember we would call each other made up Pokemon names (don't remember why!) so he would always call me Electranore and I called him Austone. All those little memories I'll have stored up in my heart, until I see him again. My heart grieves for his family, and I extend all my condolences to those who feel this great loss.

Matthew Simon

May 13, 2020

My Brother Austin Was One Of The Most Influential Person In My Life. He Was A Great Inspiration For What I Am Going To Do In The Future. I have seen love from him since I was a little boy, he used to carry me, gave me advice very caring brother, He pretty much loved everyone and he never says no to everyone who needs his help. Everyday I Hopes He Prospers And Forever Lives In my Heart. Iove You Kuya Austin. I Love You So Much. Just as Dad Loves You I'll do what you always do. May GOD Bless You and keep you always.

Metamery Simon

May 10, 2020

Austin my brother, it’s truly a blessing and a privilege to have time spent together as brothers on this earth. I love you and your memories will forever live on through me.

Metamery Simon

May 10, 2020

Austin my brother, it’s truly a blessing and a privilege to have time on this earth together. I love you and your memories will forever live on through me.

Met Amery Simon

May 8, 2020

We miss you so much little brother! ❤️

Met Amery Simon

May 8, 2020

This is how I remember us when we were just kids.. We miss you so much Austin!! No words can explain little brother..

Met Amery Simon

May 8, 2020

I’m not ready for this little brother & I’m not sure I can ever get over it.. but God has other plans & decided to take you under his wings & under his protection. Because of that it gives me comfort & peace that your are no longer suffering and you’re now walking in heaven w God looking over us. You are now our guardian angel for our family. Austin, I want you to know that even though we had our differences that I love you, I miss you, I’ll be thinking of you everyday, & I will always keep your memories alive.. Rest In Peace and see you at the crossroads brother...

Derrick Ocampo

May 7, 2020

I met Austin when we were in middle school where he became one of my best friends. We were in so many classes together I couldn't keep count. I will always remember those days during PE class when we would run laps around the grass field together. We were wrestling fans and referred to him as A.S.S. (Austin Simon Security). I will always remember those days during lunch. It was always him, Dan Abad, and I sitting on the concrete waiting for the bell to ring to go to class. I still remember Austin use to have those big eye glasses and walk around campus with that heavy backpack. Despite attending different high schools, we remained friends. I regret not putting forth the effort to hang out as much with him as I should have when we became adults, just to see how he is doing. Now I will never have that opportunity to ever see of my best friends in childhood. My thoughts and condolences go out to Austin's family and others mourning his lost. RIP brother

Elaine Batac

May 6, 2020

I met Austin almost 13 years ago through my husband, Tim Batac. We were in college, and we both loved sushi, well food in general haha. But boy, could Austin eat, never felt like a third wheel when I would hang out with him and Tim. He was always fun to have around, he knew how to make you laugh and have a good time. You were around when Tim and I first became parents, till this day Gabriel still uses the Ninja Turtle Scooter you gave him and our little Addison plays with it too. I’ll treasure the memories I was able to have with you! I will miss seeing your happy go lucky smile Austin. I wish you peace and I’ll see you on the other side.


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