Margaret B. Hoak

margaret b. hoak
Greece: Peacefully, Sunday, August 3, 2008 at age 94. Predeceased by her husband, Henry Hoak; son, William H. Hoak. Survived by her sons, Harlow (Louise) Hoak, Ronald (Donna) Hoak, Henry (Barbara) Hoak, Alan (Sallie) Hoak; daughters, Beverly Harris, Dolores (James) Polatas; brothers, Milton Knight, James (Carol) Knight; sister, Helen Joslin; 20 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; many great-great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins. No prior calling. Her Funeral Service will be held Wednesday 10:00 AM at Hope Lutheran Church. Interment, Falls Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hope Lutheran Church in her memory.

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  1. Aunt Margaret I shall miss you more than you will ever know. You were always there, a dear caring, loving Aunt. When my mamma, your sister Dorothy Taft passed away in 1988 I remember how much you and your family were there to help all of us through the pain and loss. As you were also when daddy passed in 1982.

    I shall forever cherish your warming smile. If ever I need to get through a bad time in my life, I shall bring it up in my memory. It will help me to heal.

    Our ‘funny’ times with Aunt Florence, you throwing your foot in the air. How we laughed. A good hamberger at Bill Grays and a ride around the old places we remembered.

    Yes, I am so very proud, happy and blessed to have had an Aunt who I believe was a Saint.

    She taught me very early in life to attend Bible School. Yep, we all had to go to Hope Lutheran on Dewey avenue, like it or not. Or should I say, you better or else.

    Ah, that cubby hole in the upper bedroom. I sure didn’t want to be lost in there.

    Thank You Aunt Margaret for so many happy, loving memories.

    Love to all my dear loving cousins, their families and grandchildren. Love to my Aunt Helen, Uncle Jimmy, Uncle Bill. How blessed I am to still have them in my life.

    I will forever miss you.
    Love, Marlene & Family

  2. Dear Cousin Ronald, I’m sorry I forgot to name you in my earlier visit to you mom’s guest book entry. I remember all the wonderful times we had with her and Uncle Henry in their home on Bratton Rd. Miss and love you all. Precious memories of those times will never be be erased from my mind.

  3. Dear Ron and families, Wishing you the inner strength and wisdom that will guide you all through this sad time.
    All our love Tom and June

  4. I don’t ever remember seeing Margaret without a smile on her face. My throughts and prayers are with all of her family.

  5. I loved my Aunt Margaret and will miss her very much. Even though I have not been able to see her the past few years, I’ve thought about and prayed for her.
    I’m so glad she lived with Jesus in her life and is now at home with Him.
    To all my family, I’m sorry I can’t be with you at this time…but I’m there in spirit and love for all of you.
    Cousins Harlow, Henry, Alan, Beverly, and Deloris…I love you all and pray God will comfort and hold you in His arms at this time and always.

  6. I remember my great aunt visiting my
    grandmother Dorothy Knight. She
    was such a happy lady. I wish I’d known
    her later in life, but all my memories
    were when I was younger. She will
    be missed.

  7. I was very sorry to hear of the passing of aunt margaret. She was a beautiful woman and mother to her children. she will be in everyones prayers.

  8. Jim I’m so sorry for the loss of your sister.
    Dolores; I’m also so sorry for the loss of your mom, It was good to see you again at Braemar last week.
    I will call my mom tonight and tell her of your loss.


    Brian Root

  9. Our hearts go out to you all at this time. We will always remember Margaret with a smile on our face. What a delight to be around and so proud of her family. Margaret passed on knowing how much she was loved by you all. Joan and I are so happy we were blessed to know her and some of her family. May God Bless Margaret and may God Bless each and every one of you.

  10. So sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Margaret. She was a beautiful lady and she had a wonderful life with her family and friends. She always had a smile on her face. She is home now with her beloved husband and other family members. God be with all of you.

    Love Heidi McIntosh and Family

  11. We will all miss Aunt Margaret. She is now with my mom, Uncle Henry and the rest of her brothers & sisters. My prayers are with everyone.

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