In Memory of

Doug A. Ensworth

January 23, 1966 - December 15, 2020

Obituary

Doug was born in Kansas City, MO, January 23, 1966 and passed away on December 15, 2020 at Centerpoint Medical Center, Independence, MO.

He was preceded in death by an older sister, Peggy Diane Ensworth.

Doug is survived by his parents, Marvin Ensworth and Beverley Ensworth; one son, Austin Ensworth; brother, Darby Ensworth; sister, Rhonda Hinton; Nephew, Resley Hinton; Niece, Amanda Dale; Great Nephew, Carter Rodgers; Great Niece, Sydnee Dale as well as numerous cousins whom he loved all like a brother and sister.

Doug earned an Associates Degree from Chattahoochee Technical College in Marietta, Georgia.

Doug loved people and sports and had a great sense of humor with a laugh that was infectious. He was a certified scuba diver and parachutist.

He graduated Lee’s Summit High School in 1984 where he played offensive and defensive end for the Tiger Football Team. He was named the Kansas City area player of the week in 1984.

In his recent employment he installed and/or maintained large water pumping systems in the U.S. Embassies in Kabul Afghanistan and in several African Nations.

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Prayers for comfort and strength sent to the Ensworth family at this difficult time, Doug was fun growing up with in our neighborhood, may he rest in peace and may fond memories and photos help ease the pain. ❤

God’s speed. Although we knew you remotely, we appreciated your sense of humor and the adoration from your parents.

He is truly going to be missed, he was easy to love and had a big heart. He loved his family With his whole heart!

Doug – to all the ballgames, bbqs, and poker nights, many of which we can not remember; with a friend I will never forget! Miss you Doug. Steve

Sorry Darby and Ensworth family.
We had great times playing on the team as we fell short against Rockhurst,Playing weekend football up at the park ,even it was raining or snowing or we be drinking red white blue or Mickelson.
Thank you Doug!!!!! You was a great friend,buddy and a Classmate.

I’m so sorry for your loss I wish I would have got to know my cousin better I love all you my thoughts and prayers with you ❤️❤️ love Dollie Jean

Doug was an amazing classmate. May his memories bring laughter, tears and comfort to your healing hearts.

I am so sorry to hear of Doug’s passing! I was a classmate of his, and I remember him. I was in the Lee’s Summit High School Class of 1984… You have my condolences. Walt Macklin.

Visitation

Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Services

Langsford Funeral Home
115 SW 3rd St
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063