Douglas Adam (Jensen) Westcott was born on April 26, 1981, In Marshalltown, Iowa, He was the son of Pamela Rae Steward-Graham, and R.D.W. and he was the grandson of Roland Westcott (and dearly missed Grandma Gloria Westcott), and grandparents Lyle Delos and Lorna Rae Steward
From the time he was a young man he had a passion for being on/in anything with wheels like Tonka dump truck, the Little Tykes riding toy, bicycles, band new car Dodge Caliber and his most recent of an ATV. He received his education in Marshalltown and Shenandoah, Iowa public schools. Doug had some life experiences include first time to ride in an airplane at the age of 7, driving a race car at the Newton Race Track, sky diving, He loved to travel and went on vacations, in 2004, he went on a family Walt Disney Cruise, going West, and a trip to Sandusky, Ohio Cedar Point, and zip lining. Doug enjoyed playing video games, watching TV shows like Cops, football and other tv shows, and his beloved dog/friend, Cooper Dean, a Boston Terrier which Cooper was one of the last dogs his grandma Gloria like raising.
Left to cherish his memory is his mother Pamela Rae Steward-Graham and step-dad Wendell Graham, his sister, Angela and Mike Ulch and his brother, Jonathan Jensen, nephews and nieces, Preston Eygabroad, Tanner Eygabroad, McKenzie Ulch, and Grandpa Roland Westcott, Grandma Sharon (Jensen) Wood, and his aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and his eight year companion and mate Rachelle Ford of West Des Moines who all had enlightened his life.
Doug took pride and joy in his work at Quality Manufactoring, Urbandale, TruGreen, Ankeny, Chimney Swip ABC with Jim Roberts, Sears at Southridge Mall, Des Moines, and 3 different locations with Long John Silvers in Marshalltown, Ankeny, and Des Moines (63rd and Grand).
In death, he rejoined with his grandparents Lyle and Lorna Steward and Tuty (Gloria) Westcott, uncle Jake Westcott, Michael Graham Long, and a close friend, Bob Healy, Doug got his first tatoo in his honor.
There is a Memorial Fund set up In Honor of Douglas Adam (Jensen) Westcott.
Thank You for all the support in this time of Sorrow.