I made my entry into this world early Saturday morning March 18, 1995, in Kansas City, Missouri to Frank H. Douglas Jr. and Shanteria Mosley-Douglas. I am one of six children being the baby of the family among 2 sisters and 3 brothers, but you wouldn’t know that I was the baby because I am taller than all of them put together and I think of them as My Children. My primary education began at J.S Chick African Centered Shule’ where it encouraged my interest in social, economic, and cultural issues. I transitioned to University Academy College Preparatory High School to complete my secondary education, graduating with the class of 2013, were I earned a basketball scholarship to attend Wentworth Military Academy to further my education, because we all know Basketball was my first love. Throughout my senior year in High School, I was given my first employment opportunity with Walgreens Inc. and held a variety of positions at a few jobs, ending with my current employment being with Hallcon Corporation, as a Railroad Dispatcher. While growing up, I was very active in several organizations within the Kansas City community. To name a few, Kansas City Keys Basketball, YMCA Basketball, Kansas City Tarheels Basketball, as well as the University Academy Basketball Team all four years of High School...I told ya’ll I loved basketball. Throughout elementary I was involved with Boy Scouts, African Dance, Drumming and Harambe’ even performing at the GEM Theater for the yearly, area wide Kwanzaa Celebration as well as other local events in the Kansas City area. Some of my other hobbies were singing to My Daughter, writing music and eating out with My Girlfriend, raiding My Mom’s refrigerator, having long heartfelt talks with My Dad, arguing and debating with my siblings, kidding around with my nieces and nephews as well as writing, producing music and enjoying spending time with my family and close friends. I accepted Christ at a very early age. I was born into the Church Of God In Christ, I did not join in. My church home was Beth Judah Ministries COGIC, where My Dad is the Pastor and where I grew up as a PK, for all that aren’t familiar with what that means, it means Preachers’ Kid. That also means I attended any and everything church related, and I mean everything whether it was at my Dad’s Church or any other Church. Serving in the Music Department, I played the organ, keyboard, drums and even sang when needed or asked. I greatly enjoyed being a relatable figure for the kids and youth within my church organization. More recently I started a family with My girlfriend Ma’lisha, we just had a Baby Girl and named her Milani Brielle who is now 1 month old, who were my entire world. My Grandfather (Frank H. Douglas Sr) and Father instilled in me to be the sole provider for My Family as I was working very hard to support and take care of them. I also was looking forward to going back to college to finish my education, when God determined that he needed me more.
I leave to cherish my memories: My Girlfriend: Ma’lisha L Carter, My Beautiful Baby Girl: Milani B Douglas, My Mother: Shanteria (Teri) Mosley-Douglas (John Robertson), My Father: Bishop Frank H. Douglas Jr. (Carmen), Brothers: Christopher B. Lewis (Michelle), Dominque D. Mosley, Jaron M. Greathouse, Sisters: Bria P. Douglas, Tiffany N. Greathouse, Grandmother: Peggye J Mosley, Uncles: Christopher D Mosley, Nieces: Makenzie Stuart, Camila Lewis, Nephews: Rashad D. Mosley, Dymond D. Mosley, Godmother: Lashonda O Canady, God brother: Reigis O Canady, God Sisters: Rizson O Canady, Aniyah D Hallums, Mariah D Pettit, Makayla M Pettit and a gang of Family and Friends.
Funeral Services will be held at 12:00 P.M. Saturday, February 2, 2019 at Calvary Chapel COGIC 5101 Bristol Avenue KCMO 64129. Visitation 10:00 A.M. Interment Forest Hill Cemetery.