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Teri Lynn (Leach) Isenberg, 61, of Mooresville, North Carolina passed away peacefully on February 11, 2020 in Charlotte after a courageous fight against cancer. Memorial services will be held in Parkersburg, West Virginia for immediate family.
Teri was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to JoAnne Guinn on January 10th, 1959. She grew up in Ohio and West Virginia with her four siblings. After dedicating a few years to her passion for dance, Teri met and married Harold Eugene “Skip” Isenberg, and together, they built and ran a construction business in Florida and North Carolina.
Even with her success in her career, Teri’s true love was her daughters, who she raised and prepared to pursue their dreams. They have all graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and are doing exactly what she taught them to do as a non-profit executive, director at a global company, and soon-to-be-physician.
Teri had a number of other passions, including her volunteer work with the Historic Preservation Commission in Concord, NC and domestic violence shelters. She was happiest at her mother’s farm in Jefferson, NC, where she’d spend time with family and found peace in the mountains.
She will be missed by her daughters Taylor Jo Isenberg, Kelsey Anne Isenberg, Erin Elizabeth Isenberg; and siblings Pam Slaney, Kim Everson (Art), James Leach (Joanna), and Vicki Sopranik.
The family asks that instead of flowers, please consider donating to one of the following causes that meant so very much to Teri:
Cabarrus Victims Assistance Network (CVAN)
CVAN’s mission is to provide safety, shelter, and support for battered women and their children and to actively work to end domestic violence in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.
Donation information: http://cvan.org/DonateNow.aspx
Children’s Home Society of West Virginia
The mission of the Children’s Home Society is to promote the well being of children in West Virginia, helping children find lifetime families, protecting and nurturing children, and helping preserve and strengthen their families.
Donation information: http://www.childhswv.org/hych/donate.htm
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