This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Leonard Garcia 23 years old , born on August 15, 1995 and passed away on January 14, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Peggy Cook on April 30, 2019
I am so sad on so many levels. I pray for his momma and siblings. I believe he is with our Lord rejoicing and waiting to see his family again. The Lord will use our time on earth to give us every opportunity to make sure that happens. That what God wants....And that is what Austin wants.....to dance in eternity with everyone he loves. ❤I miss your beautiful smile.
Posted by Rhiannon Rankins on April 5, 2019
A million words won’t bring you back because I’ve tried. Neither will a million tears because I’ve cried. I know that you are here watching over us because I can feel your presence. You’ve came to me in my dreams and assured me that you are okay. Aunty Nannon will see to it that we get the Justice you deserve. Everyone must be held accountable because you are gone and they are free to roam and go about their day. As we spend our days at the cemetery. Bringing flowers, speaking and laughing of memories we had with you. This can’t be our lives; it’s not fair. I LOVE and MISS you Papas indefinitely!!!!!
Posted by Destiny Cordero on March 9, 2019
I remember Austin was so drunk he peed in the corner and he was sleeping on the cold floor and he grabbed the rug and and covered himself with and starting talking like stitch❤️
Posted by Ramiro Garcia on March 8, 2019
We were drinking for Christmas in Candyland one year and we couldn't find Austin anywhere I looked in the backyard he was laying on the floor and the dog was chewing on his pants. I will never forget the first day he went to Candyland and said he was going to stay we had a good time that summer going to miss you Austin

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Posted by Peggy Cook on April 30, 2019
I am so sad on so many levels. I pray for his momma and siblings. I believe he is with our Lord rejoicing and waiting to see his family again. The Lord will use our time on earth to give us every opportunity to make sure that happens. That what God wants....And that is what Austin wants.....to dance in eternity with everyone he loves. ❤I miss your beautiful smile.
Posted by Rhiannon Rankins on April 5, 2019
A million words won’t bring you back because I’ve tried. Neither will a million tears because I’ve cried. I know that you are here watching over us because I can feel your presence. You’ve came to me in my dreams and assured me that you are okay. Aunty Nannon will see to it that we get the Justice you deserve. Everyone must be held accountable because you are gone and they are free to roam and go about their day. As we spend our days at the cemetery. Bringing flowers, speaking and laughing of memories we had with you. This can’t be our lives; it’s not fair. I LOVE and MISS you Papas indefinitely!!!!!
Posted by Destiny Cordero on March 9, 2019
I remember Austin was so drunk he peed in the corner and he was sleeping on the cold floor and he grabbed the rug and and covered himself with and starting talking like stitch❤️
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Shared by Angelique Gallegos on April 2, 2019

I remember when we were little.. I remember when you guys lived in patterson & when my dad use to take me to the house in the alley to play you use to always come running out screaming for “uncle jamossss”. I remember when we use to play in the backyard of the house on Lexington and scrappy would chase us up the slide so you would try to pull me up by my arm because i couldn’t ever get up that way without your help.. I remember when you use to come and spend the summers with me at my moms or the time when you shot me with a staple gun... I remember when you lived in Hayward on Berry and I lived with my dad way in Patterson, you use to always call me because the distance couldn’t separate us... I remember when I use to walk from pass Apricot Valley all the way to Candyland to go see you... You weren’t just my big cousin but you were the big brother I never had, I love you more than anything & I just want you backkkk.❤️ 

My first born

Shared by Jennifer Morales on March 8, 2019

Austin was born 6 weeks early, weighing 4.2lbs and was 17 inches long. He had the cutest lil conehead, because I pushed so hard during labor. Nana got his first lil car seat and said "u have to careful with Baby Lenny, he precious cargo". 

And he would ride in the cutlass with his father and I, bumping and cruising all around Patterson. He never missed a beat. So alert and smart, eager to learn something new.

Austin loved all his siblings very much. He took on the protector role. He always watched out for all his family. There was nothing he wouldn't have done for us.