Army Sgt. Bret D. Isenhower

Army Sgt. Bret D. Isenhower

Died September 9, 2011 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom
26, of Seminole, Okla.; assigned to 1st Battalion, 279 Infantry Regiment, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Oklahoma National Guard, Tulsa, Okla.; died Sept. 9 in Paktya, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with small-arms fire.


  1. Bridgette Hall

    Thank you Bret for being such a wonderful man and example for us all. I am so proud of you! I couldn’t have asked for a better brother. I love you and miss you like crazy.

  2. Krysten Isenhower

    Hi, brother! Little sis here. I love you with my whole heart and miss you more than words can say. You made the ultimate sacrifice for our country with no questions asked, and like Bridgette stated.. I could not have asked for a better (big) brother. I know you’re going to continue to take care of me even though you are not physically here. I love you!

  3. Janet Dawsey

    My dear precious son,I miss you daily with all my heart! Each day I’m thankful for having such blessings of the honor God gave me giving me you! You gave my life full of life daily growing up and as a young man.I was always proud of who you became,a caring loving passion young man for all.You love serving our country for everyone freedom.My heart aches daily but I know you are always on guard watching out for us all,for that was just you.I could not had a better blessing for a son as you! Thank you God! Thank you my dear son,for being mama’s simple man always.I miss you so much and love you always.Love,Mama

  4. Becky Kueffer

    Miss you my darling nephew Bret. You were so brave for all of us. You are our true HERO. Thank you for serving and protecting our freedom. You were so very special to to many people. Love to you always.

  5. Thank you so much for everything you’ve done for my family. You are our hero and always will hold a special place in our hearts! Love you and miss you.

  6. Tina Holman

    Bret I never met you in person nor your mother, but through many years of being her “animal rescue” friend I feel I know you as if I have met you personally. I do not understand the whys and what fors of war, but I am thankful with all my heart for the men and women who sacrafice daily for my freedom. And some the ultimate sacrifice as you did. Be at peace in your new Heavenly home where you never have to worry about war again; you are safe in Gods arms where His everlasting love will abide with you always. And one day you will be together with your family again. You are truly a Hero in my eyes.

  7. Ramos Family

    It’s so hard to put in to words just how much we miss and love you. We think about you every day, and remember all the times together at home, and deployed. The stories we tell bring smiles to our faces, but a tear to our heart. We have been so deeply honored to have known you and your family. You will forever be a brother, best friend, and uncle to this family. We love you and miss you Ike.

  8. Jimmy royall

    I can honestly say it was honor to serve with you sir
    You were always one hell of soldier and a even better person

  9. Branda Stuart

    My son is running May 24, 2014 in the Red Dirt Run of Honor in Enid Oklahoma. He received dog tags and a Certificate of Participation in Remembrance of Bret Isenhower. He will proudly run for this HERO with never knowing him!! Thank you for your service

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