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In Memory of

Agustin A. Espinoza

April 11, 1971 - November 23, 2016

Obituary


Agustin Espinoza, 45, of Helendale, California, passed away November 23, 2016. He was born in Tijuana, Mexico, on April 11, 1971. Agustin graduated from Lynwood High School. He married Maida Hernandez on February 13, 2016. Agustin was employed as the manager of Allied Barton Security for the Silver Lakes Association. He also donated his time in other community endeavors. He was a volunteer Commander of the Citizens on Patrol, which is th eyes and ears of the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department. He was a certified volunteer for the Sheriffs Search and Rescue Team as...

Agustin Espinoza, 45, of Helendale, California, passed away November 23, 2016. He was born in Tijuana, Mexico, on April 11, 1971. Agustin graduated from Lynwood High School. He married Maida Hernandez on February 13, 2016. Agustin was employed as the manager of Allied Barton Security for the Silver Lakes Association. He also donated his time in other community endeavors. He was a volunteer Commander of the Citizens on Patrol, which is th eyes and ears of the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Department. He was a certified volunteer for the Sheriffs Search and Rescue Team as well, where he was always available when called upon to assist. Agustin served on the Silver Lakes Association Fines Committee as well as the Rules and Regulations Committee. He was also on the AYSO Soccer Board, having helped this year by being in charge of uniforms, pictures, and lining the fields. He took a soccer coaches training course and shared the information by training many of their community coaches, as well as being a coach himself. In October, for breast cancer awareness month, he bought his team pink shoelaces and pink ribbons to demonstrate teamwork in that program. This is typical of the nice things that Agustin did for children. In fact, children, encouraged by their parents, hoped to be on Agustins team each year. Soon after, being diagnosed with Brain Cancer. Agustin to quit coaching this year. Both of his teams were sad and signed a soccer ball for him. He also received many cards and a quilt signed by the Community. He is survived by his wife Maida, children Emmanuel and Sammuel Espinoza, step-children Betty, Brian, and Raymond Hernandez, foster to adopt children Shaun Sandoval, Elan Sandoval, and Bryce Ewing, and siblings Ricardo, Rene, and Gabriel Espinoza. Agustin was loved by so many. His family is so greatful, and express many thanks, for all of the support shown to them.