In Memory

Ray Isengard

Ray Isengard

Ray Isengard passed away peacefully surrounded by family and love on Friday, April 2, 2021. 

Ray was born December 24, 1946 in Denver, Colorado to William and Ruth Isengard. 

Ray was a '65 graduate of Highland High School in Albuquerque and went on to serve in the US Navy as a submariner on the USS Marino G. Vallejo SSBN 658 during the Vietnam era. Ray then spent 28 years as an instructor at 


Ray is survived by his loving wife Charlotte Hannett, sister, Dorothy Penny, and husband Dick; brothers, Chris and Tim Isengard; Son, Trevor Isengard and wife Michelle; daughter, Sara Isengard and partner David Romero; grandchildren, Logan Isengard, Alisia Romero, and Eva Romero. 

He will be laid to rest at Santa Fe National Cemetery. 

He is always loved, never forgotten, and forever missed. 

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04/03/21 04:09 PM #1    

Paul Terefenko (Terefenko)

I have fond memories of riding to and from school with Ray, Joe Teresi, and Louis Pecasting. Great guys and good memories.

04/03/21 05:53 PM #2    

Billy Russell (Russell)

Sad to hear the news about Ray.  The memory that really comes to mind is the day Ray set a new record in throwing the discus at a track meet.  The journal did a big article about the new record 180 feet.   It was remarkable as most of us were in the 130 to 140 distance. Ray was part of the group ( David, Joe, Daryl, and Louie.)    He will be missed.


04/04/21 11:15 AM #3    

Mary LaPoint

I am very sadden to hear that Ray is no longer with us.  I had a terrible crush on Ray in Junion High and he was my boyfriend for a month or so.  We dated again when we were 31 or 32.  He was the handiest man I knew.  He could do carpentry, plumbing, electrical work and he taught me how to do workworking which became my hobby for 35 years.  Together we built a room onto a house I owned back in the 1980's.  RIP dear Raymond.  You were a good man.

04/05/21 09:41 PM #4    

Carol Huber (O'Keefe)

I am very sorry to hear of Ray's passing. Sincere sympathy to his family and those of you that knew him best. He was a really nice guy and "that hair" I mean really!

04/06/21 05:47 PM #5    

Helen Rankin (Bamert)

Rest In Peace dear Ray. I am so very sorry to learn about your passing. Helen Rankin Bamert



04/07/21 10:05 PM #6    

Jim Alden

Very sorry to hear about Ray passing. He was a good friend, fine athlete, and all around nice guy. My condolences to his family.

04/09/21 07:42 PM #7    

Charlie Lujan

Ray,Charlie Lujan here.So sorry to hear of your loss.Thanks for being my friend in school.You were one of the great ones.My condolences go out to your family.I know your looking down on us so that means if I want to see you again I have to be good.

04/17/21 02:24 PM #8    

Jim Iden

I was very sorry to hear of Ray's passing.  I got to know him a little since alphabetical seating sometimes made us neighbors in class.

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