Jay Kenneth Isaacks
November 28, 1986 — February 10, 2022
Jay Kenneth Isaacks, of Manchester, Missouri, passed away Thursday, February 10, 2022, at the age of 35. Devoted father of Jane Isaacks; beloved son of Darlene Isaacks and John R. Isaacks, Sr.; loving brother of John (Susan) Isaacks, Jr. and Jan Quintana; treasured uncle of Gabrielle Isaacks, Carly Isaacks, Elizabeth Strobridge, Deborah Kraner, Heather Quintana and Veronica Quintana; cherished grandson of Doris (the late Kenneth) Reynolds and the late Frank and Helen Kelley; loving nephew, cousin and friend to many. Jay was a cyber security specialist with Boeing for many years. He loved his assignments and the team he worked with, and he considered it to be his work mission. He was known as a rockstar by his colleagues. Jay was also a member of the Masonry’s in San Antonio, TX for 18 years, where he dedicated his service to helping others. Jay was a very loving father to his daughter, Jane. His life was enriched, and his spirit was filled with love. He was so dedicated to having fun with his daughter that he even dyed his hair purple, just like Branch from her favorite movie, Trolls. He loved all his family, and his friends were like family to him as well. Traveling was one of Jay’s passions. He traveled to Egypt twice at an early age in grade school. He also visited Israel and Mt. Sinai in his high school years and ventured twice to Italy, as well as several trips Mexico with his family and friends. Jay’s other passion was motorcycles, and he shared that with his dad. This was pretty much therapy for both of them. Jay was the best, most down-to-earth and caring person you could ever meet. His daily goal was to “right the wrong” whether at work or in his personal life. In his spare time, he enjoyed puzzles of all sorts and brainteasers. Anything he could dig into and solve really intrigued him. Being from Texas, Jay was also a diehard Longhorns fan, and he never missed watching a game and cheering them on. Jay was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Memorial contributions may be made in Jay's name to American Heart Association or Shriner's Children's Hospital. Please feel welcome to dress warm and casual for Jay’s Celebration.Baue Funeral Homes is currently following CDC recommendations regarding mask and social distancing policies.