Douglas C. Isham • September 29, 2022



Douglas Clark Isham passed away September 29, 2022 at the age of 65 in Salisbury, NC
He was a graduate of Escambia High School in Pensacola, FL. After high school he joined the US Air Force. After leaving the Air Force he attended the University of Fla. He worked for the Veterans Administration for 31 years in Salisbury as a Sr. System Analysts receiving several awards.

Doug was preceded in death by his mother, Mary Jane Isham, brother, Donald Wayne Isham and sister, Brenda Ann Cain. He is survived by his sisters Carol Nabors, Paula Jane Revis, Wanda Jean Pacheco and many loved nieces and nephews.
Doug was an “adventure waiting to happen” and encouraged others to participate. In his younger years he loved skate boarding and had a broken arm to prove it. His email address for the last 40 years has been www.surfingator expressing his love for Florida Gators and the love of surfing! His love of motorcycles took him to The Barber Motorsports Park where he was a strong competitor. He had “the need for speed” in every sport. He next took on boating, zip lining, kayaking and his most recent favorite, his Segway. He loved taking his beloved dogs, iYa and Nuti, out for a run as he kept up on his Segway. He was known by his neighbors and local establishments as “Segway Doug”.

Doug was very involved promoting people of all levels in the Republican Party. He enjoyed and supported the local VFW Post 306 and the local Elks Club. He worked to improve the dog park . They knew him at city council as he fought for the betterment of the community.

Most of all he loved his family and many friends. He wanted the best for his nephews and nieces and was often imparting advice. He remembered birthdays and Christmas and put a lot of thought into his giving.
Doug never met a stranger and was well loved and liked by many! He lived a very full life in his 65 years and we will miss his smiling face and big hugs!

Visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens on Monday, October 24, 2022 from 1:00-2:00pm, services to follow.

  1. Phyllis smith says:

    I really hate this happened. Doug was a great roommate and friend. I miss our talks we had on the back porch for hours at a time and his beloved puppies sure miss him. He treated them like his kids. They was his life. He will be missed that for sure. He always got me gift for mother day from iya and nuti he called me there mom and while they with me I will take of them to best I can. I know it will break my heart when its time for them to leave. Because I am there mom. To the family. I so sorry for your loss and he will. Be missed

  2. Paula Revis says:

    Brother Doug
    You were An Adventure Waiting to Happen
    You were a good brother and I will miss your smile ,your laugh and teasing . You left us way to soon!
    Sister # 3

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