Christopher Lee Davis passed away August 4, 2023. Chris was born December 13, 1947 in Long Beach, California. He attended school at the Church of England in London and Kansas. After attending college at Wichita State on a basketball scholarship he joined the United State Airforce. He was a decorative Vietnam
war Veteran serving his county for 22 years in the Air Force as an Air Traffic Controller.
After retiring from the Air Force Chris worked for 15 years under the US Government Contractor as an Air Traffic Controller in Nevada, Iraq, Kuwait and Kosovo. After again retiring he enjoyed living on Lake Conroe in the Walden subdivision in Montgomery, Texas. His past times included fishing, duck
hunting, and poker. We will miss his witty humor. According to Chris’s wishes, there will be no funeral services.
Chris is survived by his wife Jackie, son Brian and wife Laura and grandchildren Madison and Noah in Maryland and stepdaughter Tinika and husband Jeff and their daughter Mica in Georgia.
Eileen Ensley (Nana), a radiant and spirited woman, who touched the lives of many, has
peacefully passed away on June 16th, 2023 at her home in Montgomery, Texas from cancer.
Born on December 8th, 1949 in Reading, Pennsylvania, Eileen’s life was a testament to love,
generosity, and the joy she brought to everyone she encountered.
Eileen was an extraordinary force of nature, a true steadfast who brought warmth and laughter
wherever she went and whose heart overflowed with compassion. She had an undeniable ability
for making others feel cherished, and her selflessness knew little to no bounds, as she
dedicated herself to making a positive impact in the life of those around her. Her unwavering
love for giving to others was truly remarkable, and her acts of kindness left an indelible mark on
countless lives. Whether it was a word of kindness, a helping hand, or a heartfelt gesture.
Family and friends held a momentous place in Eileen’s heart. She treasured every moment
spent in their company, always yearning to be surrounded by those she loved, creating
cherished memories and building bonds that would last a lifetime. Eileen’s infectious laughter
and genuine love brought a sense of comfort and glee to all gatherings, making her the heart
and soul of every room she entered. She will be remembered as a devoted and loving mother to
her sons Lee Harris and his wife Kyann Harris, John Harris, and daughter Suzanne Carlisle. Her
love extended to her numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews,
and friends, who will forever hold cherished memories of their time with her.
Not only for family and friends, but Eileen had a deep affection for animals, caring for her pets
with tenderness and devotion. Her furry companions (especially that of her dog Baby, and
previous dogs Lexi, Henny and Peanut) brought her immeasurable joy, and she shared that joy
with them in return. Her love for animals was a reflection of her nurturing spirit that she also
carried when meeting the younger generations of the family.
Eileen also had some pastimes that she enjoyed and one of which was scouring thrift stores in
search of hidden treasures. In which she carried on with her late husband’s saying, “One man’s
trash, is another man’s treasure.” She always had an impeccable eye for finding unique items
and delighted in discovering pieces that she could share with others and repurpose. She also
took joy in her morning routine of drinking a warm cup of coffee to start the day and heading
outside to marvel at the nature she was surrounded by.
Eileen also had a green thumb and found solace in the experience of growing flowers and
plants around her. She loved using nature as a decoration in her home and felt a sense of
peace when she had plants to adore and care for. Her display of plants was not only a peek at
her skill and dedication but also a source of inspiration and tranquility.
Beyond the interests she partook in, Eileen possessed a radiant zest for life. From early on in
her life, working alongside her husband Eddie in construction to her time spent raising the
family. She approached each day with an unwavering enthusiasm, reminding us all to find joy in
the simplest of moments. Even in her last moments, she was reminding everyone of the lives
they still had to live and that she was only a piece to guide them forward and that everything
happens for a reason. Her lightheartedness and ability to bring laughter to any situation were
nothing short of remarkable. Eileen’s presence could brighten the darkest of days, and her
infectious energy will be deeply missed by all who had the opportunity to meet and know her.
But, now she is able to be reunited with family and friends that have already passed on. These
include, but are not limited to her beloved husband Edward (Eddie) Ensley, her son David Jr.
Her siblings Nancy, Mary Jane, Helen, and Bill. As well as her parents and other relatives. All of
which their memories and legacies live on through the generations.
Eileen’s life will forever shine in our hearts, and her dedication to spreading love, kindness, and
laughter will continue to inspire us and continue on with her outlook on life.
As we appreciate and look back on the life Eileen lived, let us carry her light within our hearts
and continue to shower love, kindness, and laughter to others, just as she did throughout her
remarkable life. May she rest in eternal peace, knowing that her time with us was a gift that will
be cherished forever.