Billy Ray Isaacks

Billy Ray Isaacks


Billy Ray Isaacks, Sr, 85, of Sallisaw, Oklahoma, passed away on August 12, 2023, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Billy was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, to Jim and Vera (Hughes) Isaacks on October 24, 1937. He worked as a machinist and served in the United States Army. He enjoyed reading his bible and leading his family towards Christ, who was the center of his life.

Billy is survived by his loving wife, Regina Gayle Isaacks of Sallisaw; five children, James Bauereisen of Clarksville, AR, Billy Ray Isaack, Jr of Malvern, AR, Laska and Amanda Farmer of London, AR, LaTonya and Roy Hill of Arkadelphia, AR, Veronica and Gary Sammons of Jessieville, AR, one sister Mary Akins and many grand and great-grandchildren whom he loved dearly.

Billy is preceded in death by, his son Mike Isaacks, his parents, Jim and Vera (Hughes) Isaacks and Stella Mae Stephens, his brothers Jack Isaack and Johnny Gross and Smokey, his four-legged best friend.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, August 18, 2023, at Forever Memories Funeral Services in the Sequoyah Memorial Chapel with Reverend Johnny McFall officiating. Final resting place will be Molly Field Cemetery in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Pallbearers will be Laska Farmer, Keith Chandler, Roy Hill, Wyatt Hill, Gage Farmer, and Nathan Browning.

Honorary Pallbearers are David Chandler, James Bauereisen, Millard McCormack, Billy Isaack Jr, and Allan Chandler.

Acts 2:38  Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.

Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Services, INC.


Address for the cemetery: 8219 OK-10 Tahlequah, OK 74464









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  1. I began doing genealogy years ago and as I was researching my paternal side of the tree I kept running into this man named Billy Issacs. Eventually I realized we were cousins through my Dad’s Hutsenpillar side. My grandma was Edna Hutsenpillar. We have shared records and been talking thorough Facebook.
    He is such an inspirational man and we both have a love for our Savior. Billy was always sharing family things and that was important to him. I will miss seeing his posts and all the information he was so willing to share. But most importantly his love and faith in Jesus. So refreshing it was to have that in common with a cousin.
    We talked about meeting but my life got busy with the adoption of two of my grandchildren, then covid came around, then he and Regina got sick. it just always was something. Now it is my husband. But one thing for sure, Billy I will meet on the other side and have a big hug for you!! What a HalleluYAH party we will all have!!! Praise Yahuah our Heavenly Father. Rest in Peace Billy you gave the devil a good fight!!!

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