In Memory of

Brent Teasley

October 18, 1961 - September 16, 2020


Brent Teasley of Kansas City, MO, passed away on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at the age of 58.

Brent was born to parents Warren and Eloise Teasley on October 18th, 1961 in Kansas City, MO. He grew up as the youngest of three and attended Ruskin High School. In 1985, he married the love of his life, Susan Hammond.

Brent was a loving father and husband. Married for over 35 years, Brent enjoyed traveling across the country with his wife Susan. An avid sports fan, he enjoyed watching his son Zachary play baseball, and loved participating in father-daughter dances with his daughter Emily. Brent was a championship pit master, competing in BBQ competitions across the Kansas City metro area with his custom smoker he built. Both he and Sue always looked forward to participating in the American Royal contest.

Brent was known for his humor, never knowing a stranger, and for his love of sports especially the Kansas City Chiefs.  He was an avid stargazer, and was a fountain of knowledge of useful (and sometimes not useful) information.

Was preceded in death by his father Warren, and is survived by his mother, Eloise; wife, Susan; daughter, Emily; son, Zachary; and his sisters, Kathy Rogers (Doug) and Valerie Carstens (Kenny).

A visitation service will be held at Langsford Funeral Home on Monday, September 21st from 6 to 8 p.m. A memorial service will be held at Langsford Funeral Home on September 22nd  starting at 11 a.m. The family is grateful for the condolences. In lieu of flowers or personal donations, the family requests donations be made to Midwest Transplant Network (1900 West 47th Place, Suite 400, Westwood KS) in Brent’s honor.


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Dear Sue and family,

I am so sorry for the loss of your husband and father, Brent. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Janet Benson

Brent was such a kind and cheerful man! Whenever my boys and I would visit my husband at his job, I always enjoyed chatting with Brent. He always had a joke to share and was so welcoming. He had a heart of gold and I’m sure that will live on through his family. Sending love, hugs and prayers from CO.

Sue & Family. I am so sadden for loss of my old buddy. My prayers & thoughts go out to you & the kids.

So sorry to hear of Brent’s passing. He was a great guy to be around. I will never forget the smoked pork he made for the American Legion team. He will never suffer again. He is in Gods hands

Dear Sue and family, Brent was a great man and friend, we was strangers to you all and Sue and Brent took us in on the weekends, i will never for get him and his great humor. Rest in peace my friend.

Dear Susan, Emily, and Zach –
My deepest sympathy at the death of your loving husband and father. You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time: May love and cherished memories help to heal your loss.

Sue, Zac and Emily. We are so sorry to hear of Brents passing. We felt so lucky to enjoy the American Royal and other BBQ’s and Christmas Eve parties with the family. So true, He WAS a wealth of useful and sometimes not so useful information. But we always enjoyed that. He will be in our memories as a kind and loving man. Always had a smile and hug for everyone. We will dearly miss him. We will keep his memory close to our hearts and think of him often. May some comfort come from knowing how many people he touched and made their day just a little better. He did ours every time we saw him. All our love and deepest condolences.

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May the God of Comfort be with you and your family during your time of loss.

Kathy we are sorry to hear of the death of your brother Brent. Prayers will be said for your family. Give your Mom a hug. And all the rest of the family.

Aunt Sonia and Uncle Jim

Dear Susan,
I’m saddened for the loss of your soul mate. May God give you strengths and comfort you and your family. I’ll keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.


I remember Sue telling me about her husband a lot at Sol Cantina when we were celebrating the completion of the US News survey, and he sounded like a guy I would really get along with and respect. I am truly sorry to hear that he’s gone, and you have my deepest condolences

I’m here if you need anything


Monday, September 21, 2020
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


Tuesday, September 22, 2020
11:00 AM
Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063