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Baptized into the Hope of Christ’s Resurrection Tuesday, January 17, 2023.

Beloved husband of the late Susan K. Isenberg (nee Maloney); loving father of Jennifer (Steve) Giltner and Suzanne (Rahul) Chhabra; adoring grandfather of Niam Chhabra; dear brother of the late Richard, Ruth and Darryl Isenberg; dear uncle of Chad (Erica) Isenberg. Our dearest relative and friend to many.

Dad was a 3rd generation German immigrant. He was the oldest of 4 siblings, yet he was the last to pass away. He grew up on a large chicken farm in Illinois. Attended school in a 1 room schoolhouse for many years. He did not want to be a farmer and knew education was his way out and would eventually go on to complete his master’s degree in accounting. He was a financial manager for the USDA for most of his career. He Joined the Rosicrucian order in his early twenties and this became his lifes work. He married our mother Susan, and they lived in Arlington Virginia and then babies Jennifer & Suzanne joined the family. The family moved back to Saint Louis in 1991 to be closer to both sides of the family. His wife of 47 years passed away in 2018 and he was living with the 9# poodle Barky which became his everyday companion. Vern was living with Alzheimer’s with lots of support and it’s a blessing that he has passed on and is no longer suffering.


Funeral from Kutis City Chapel 2906 Gravois 63118 on Saturday, January 21 at 10:30 am. Interment at Sunset Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions to Alzheimer’s Association appreciated.          Visitation Friday 4-7 pm.