Obituary: Tucker Norman Isenburg (Sept. 2, 1990 – March 30, 2013)

By Submitted April 17, 2013 05:05 pm

Tucker Norman Isenburg
Tucker Norman Isenburg
Tucker Norman Isenburg, 22, of Crescent City, passed away very unexpectedly on Saturday, March 30, 2013, as a result of a two-car accident.

Services were held on April 14, 2013, at the Chinook Resort, 17465 Highway 101, in Klamath, Calif.

The King City services will be held at Eddington Funeral Services, 333 East Antonio Drive, King City, Calif., on April 27, at 2 p.m.

Tucker was born in Red Bluff, Calif., on September 2, 1990. Tucker enjoyed a wonderful childhood growing up in King City and on the family ranch in San Ardo. He graduated from Rancho Cielo Youth Campus in 2008 and decided to move to Northern California to attend Butte College shortly after.

Tucker’s life journey continued as he tackled life’s obstacles, but this passage eventually led him to a gratifying and stable place. Tucker moved to the beautiful coastal redwoods of Northern California to be closer to his mom and where his grandparents once lived. He attended College of the Redwoods where he was pursuing a degree in Agriculture-Business. He had plans to transfer to California State University, Humboldt.

In his free time, Tucker enjoyed fishing, the outdoors, spending time with family, and watching sports. 2012 and 2013 were especially memorable years for Tucker; the Giants won the World Series and the 49ers made it to Super Bowl. He couldn’t have been happier. Tucker recently became very involved in the Pacific Light Church in Klamath, Calif. He was also a member of the church choir.

Tucker will be remembered for his warm heart and his love for family and friends. Most of all, we will remember his perseverance in setting new and amazing life goals. He was accomplishing these goals and was headed down a new path. He was proud, and his family is proud of him.

Tucker is survived by his loving family: mother, Nanette Isenburg; father, Norman L. Neal; aunts and uncles Lynnie and Steve Oliveira, Karl and Jana Isenburg; and cousins Stephanie and James Rust, Cooper Oliveira, and Brittany, Taylor, and Kelsey Isenburg. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Gus and Joan Isenburg.

Donations may be made to Pacific Light Church, PO Box 242, Klamath, CA 95548 or Our Daily Bread Ministries, 1135 Harrold Street Crescent City CA 95531.