Barry Isenhour, His Work and Legacy Remembered

Barry Foutz Isenhour left this world on Tuesday, April 28th. Many of us knew him as a man dedicated to sharing true Southern history and were inspired by seeing one of his presentations or watching his Isenhour Speaks broadcasts.

Barry was a member of the Rowan Rifles SCV Camp in Salisbury, NC and was the spokesperson for the Virginia Flaggers. He was in the process of joining the Mechanized Cavalry when he passed away.
Barry was, also, a very integral part of the NC SCV Memorials Fund Team. His years of experience and knowledge were extremely valuable. The input and support he gave will be sorely missed.

Barry will be laid to rest in a private graveside ceremony service in his hometown of Salisbury, NC.
Our sincere condolences go out to his family. He is survived by a brother, Tom Isenhour, and a sister, Gaye Vasilevich.

May we honor his legacy by continuing to work to preserve and cherish our heritage.

If you wish to support our mission please consider a monetary donation to the N.C. SCV Memorials fund.

Donations to the North Carolina Division Sons of Confederate Veterans are fully tax deductible.

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