She was the daughter of George and Pleiades Kingsbury Doak and is survived by her aged father and one brother, Jay Doak, a niece, Joan Pleiades Doak, a nephew, Kenneth Davis Doak, besides other relatives and a host of friends. The mother having passed away while Mary was still a small child.
Miss Doak had always lived on the home farm, but was one of the progressive women of Lake County, always taking a keen interest in Civic affairs. She was President of the Leroy Woman's Club for several years and was a charter member of the Julia Watkins Brass chapter of the D.A. R.; at the time of her death she was treasurer of the chapter.
For a number of years Miss Doak had been spending the winters in Florida and it was while there that she was taken with her final illness. Everything that could be done in nursing and attention was done for her but with no avail, and after lingering ten weeks she passed peacefully away at 2 P.M. on Monday. A short service was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Lehman in Sanford, where Miss Doak was a beloved member of the family. Mrs. Lehman accompanied the remains on their last sad journey.
Funeral services were held at the Doak homestead 2:30 P.M. Wednesday, June 25, 1924, Rev. C.A. Brown officiating. Interment was made at South East Grove in charge of Undertaker Linton.
The following acted as pall-bearers: Albert Maack, Thomas Turner, M.J. Brown, James McKnight, Winfred Bryant, Jay Pearce.
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