Judge Isenhower is proudly endorsed by St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara and 19th Circuit State Attorney Bruce Colton.
“We are proud to support Judge Daryl “Ike” Isenhower because we believe that experienced, fair judges should stay judges. We believe that a high character and a courteous demeanor should be the standard we expect from our judges. Judge Isenhower embodies the characteristics that all of us want in our judiciary.” – The Committee to Keep Judge Daryl “Ike” Isenhower
Get To Know
Judge Daryl “IKE” Isenhower
A native Floridian, Judge Daryl “Ike” Isenhower has served our area for more than two decades. He graduated from the Florida State University College of Law in 1996 and began working as an Assistant State Attorney for Bruce Colton here on the Treasure Coast. While an Assistant State Attorney, Judge Isenhower prosecuted a wide variety of cases over his 19 year career, focusing on major crimes from 2007 to 2015. During his time as an ASA, Judge Isenhower tried over 190 jury trials. He prosecuted some of our area’s most serious and high-profile cases during that time.
In December 2015 Judge Isenhower was appointed to the St. Lucie County bench and serves the citizens of St. Lucie County in Criminal Court, Collections Court, and Small Claims Court.
Judge Isenhower created and organized “Your Courts Up Close” – a free program designed to give members of the community an opportunity to learn more about the courts. Participants interact with their local judges who present various topics and answer questions.
Judge Isenhower was a nominee for the 2017 Chief Justice Award for Judicial Excellence, an award given by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida that recognizes one county court judge who demonstrates exceptional commitment to the judicial branch.
As a young man Judge Isenhower was involved in athletics and the Boy Scouts of America, where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was a member of the first graduating class of Palm Beach Lakes High School in 1989. He graduated Cum Laude from Florida State University in 1993 with a BS in Accounting. Judge Isenhower earned his JD from the Florida State University College of Law in 1996.
Judge Isenhower’s wife Amy is a St. Lucie County School Teacher. Their daughter Ruby is three years old.
The Committee to Keep Judge Daryl “Ike” Isenhower
Nico Apfelbaum, Attorney, Port St. Lucie
Thomas Bakkedahl, Prosecutor, Fort Pierce
Sean Baldwin, Law Enforcement (Ret.)
Gayle Braun, Prosecutor, Fort Pierce
Adrienne Bucchi, Attorney, Port St. Lucie
Kim Cunzo, Attorney, Fort Pierce
Jennifer Day, Prosecutor, Fort Pierce
Richard Del Toro, Law Enforcement
Hugh Eighmie, Attorney, Port St. Lucie
Shannon Eighmie, Attorney, Port St. Lucie
Adam Fetterman, Attorney, Fort Pierce
Daryl Krauza, Chair, Attorney, Fort Pierce
Christopher Fogal, Treasurer, CPA, Fort Pierce
Hon. Bruce H. Colton, State Attorney, 19th Judicial Circuit
Sheriff Ken Mascara, St. Lucie County Sheriff
Nate Spera, St. Lucie County Fire Chief
Karen L. Harris, Pharm D, Port St. Lucie
Richard Levenstein, Attorney, Stuart
Judi Miller, Non-Profit CEO, Fort Pierce
Ginger Miranda, Attorney, Fort Pierce
Michael Monahan, Law Enforcement (Ret.)
Edward Mosher, Attorney, Fort Pierce
Michael Ohle, Attorney, Fort Pierce
Jerome Stone, Attorney, Stuart
Jordan Wagner, Attorney, Stuart
E. Clayton Yates, Attorney, Fort Pierce