Born on April 4, 1974 in Tallahassee, Florida
Departed on February 17, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida
Martin L. Isaacs, 47, was born in Tallahassee, Florida and passed away February 22, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida
He was a retired US Army Chief Warrant Officer 3. Martin was a Senior Systems Engineer and worked at Harris Corp from 2004-2016 and Northrup Grumman.
He was a member of and supported, National Veterans Homeless Support, Till Valhalla Project, VFW Post 4206, Reserve Officers Association, Joint Communications Support Element Veterans Association, Signal Corps Regimental Association and Space Coast Honor Flight.
Martin is survived by his wife, Angelika Isaacs; children, Kailey, Emilyn and Aidan Isaacs; mother, Janet S. Isaacs; brother, Neal (Vivian) Isaacs; mother-in-law, Deborah Walters; sister-in-law, Regina (Andy) Sotak; father and mother-in-law, Mike and Barb Caracillo; brothers-in- law, Jeremy (Brittany) Caracillo, Joseph (Allison) Caracillo, Dominick Caracillo; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and so many loving friends.
Visitation will be Tuesday, February 22nd from 12:00pm to 1:00pm with funeral service to follow at 1:00pm at Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers friends are asked to consider donations to VFW Post 4206, 3201 Dairy Rd, Melbourne, FL 32904.
Angelika and Family,
I just found out today about Marty. He and I worked together at Harris and we were both in the military. Marty and I worked together on the Harris Military Group, which was very important to both of us. In dealing with this group, I had the pleasure of meeting you and your children at your home a couple of times.
I am so very sorry to hear about Marty and my heart is broken for you all. I am sorry I did not know earlier, and was not able to be at his service.
Marty was such a wonderful man and he loved you and his children so very much.
I am keeping both you and your family in my prayers, and sending you love and hugs during this difficult time. God bless you all.
Martin was my cousin with whom I shared great grandparents. I only met him briefly but could tell he was a kind person, and have heard about what a loving husband and father he was. I hope the memory of him will comfort those he knew. Sending love.
I am so very sorry for your loss, Angel.
Marty was a wonderful man who loved him family, country and friends. I had the pleasure of working with Marty for the past 3 years. He performed with excellence, High moral and integrity; bringing energy to keep the team motivated. I would also frequently see Marty in the gym on the later night work out crew. Marty was always pleasant and had so much love for his family. I pray God's covering over the Isaacs family, friends and co-workers who share in mourning! I will miss you Marty
- Your friend eternally, Russ
Marty was always great to work with (Harris). He was super smart, full of energy and always driven to be the best from his Engineering career to his Army duties. He was a good friend. I am very saddened to hear of his untimely passing and our deepest condolences go out to his family for their loss.
Martin was my nephew and good guy. He was a dedicated dad, husband, buddy to his many friends, and colleague. He juggled so much, always keeping his eye to the future. I am so sorry for this untimely loss
So sorry for the untimely passing of Martin's life. Martin's mom Janet is a professional friend who I have known since the 90s. She has updated me about Martin's family through the years. Again I am very saddened for the loss of Martin as a husband, dad, brother, and son.
With Sympathy, Paulette Williams