Dr. Lucille Doak-McCauley

Dr. Lucille Doak-McCauley, age 39. Sunrise April 24, 1978 and Sunset February 15, 2018.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Wednesday February 28, 2018 at Union Tabernacle Church of God 1345 Atcheson St.

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.

 

Condolence Messages

  1. Freda Dallas Hughley :

    My thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Lucille will greatly be missed. Her smile will forever shine in our hearts.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss! I worked with her for many years and was a patient of hers as well and she was a wonderful, caring, bubbly person. She will be greatly missed.

  3. Prayers to her family and her children. I didn’t know you only through this tragedy and the overwhelming messages through the neighborhood and facebook. You were loved by many people. You left a forevermark on those who knew you and the ones that didn’t know you. Everyone is saddened by your loss. My god be with you and your family. We are sending prayers and hugs to your family .

  4. Ashleigh Jacobs :

    I’m so sorry for loss of this beautiful soul who had the most infectious smile I’ve ever seen. I was fortunate enough to cross paths with her 7 years ago while she was the optometrist at America’s Best and she has had a profoundly positive impact on my life ever since. Even though we started as co-workers she became a close friend to me and gave me grief because I could never call her Lucy, she was Dr. McCauley to me and deserved the respect to be called that for her hard work and dedication to her education and helping the public eventually we compromised on just McCauley- a true testament to what a humble and wonderful woman she truly was. We spoke almost everyday sharing stories of crazy things that had happened during the work day or how we spent the weekends that we swore went by too fast for our liking. There will never be another woman as great as she was, God molded something so special when he made her. Never one to complain or utter a bad word about another I will always remember her bright smile and zest for life and deep love for her children and family. This world will never be the same without her but I’m so glad to have had the chance to have her impact my life so much, I hope I can live up to being just half the woman she was. RIP McCauley

  5. I was blessed to have met Lucy seven years ago at America Best. We become great friends and stayed in touch after we both left. She was a great mentor and friend. I am going to miss are girls night dinner dates and are wine and pizza nights. I am still in shock that you are going. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. Until we meet again my friend. God definitely gained a beautiful angel. May God be with your children and family during this difficult time. Sending prayers and my condolences for your loss.

  6. Levelle Bristow Jenkins :

    My prayers are with the family of Lucille. She was an intelligent and beautiful young woman, caring doctor and devoted parent. She will be missed by all.

  7. Ellyn Wirth, RN, BSN :

    I am the school nurse at Keith’s school. He is such a sweet boy, and I have heard what a wonderful lady Lucy was. My clinic doors will always be open to him for rest and for anything he may need while at school. Our entire school community loves and supports Keith III. I am so very sorry for your tremendous loss. Words cannot fully express my sorrow. Sending many thoughts and prayers….

  8. I will forever remember Lucille’s bright smile.

    She was a strong woman who loved her family, was steadfast in her faith and was dedicated to her profession.

    I have been blessed having had the opportunity to know her and she is going to be missed immensely.

  9. I would like to extend my condolences to the family. May these promises from Jehovah God help them to endure. “Do not be anxious….but in everything by prayer and supplication along with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7; Isaiah 25:8 NWT.

  10. To the family of Lucille, you have my deepest sympathy in your loss. When someone you love dies, it is like losing a precious jewel. God knows how you feel because he had to endure the pain of His son’s agonizing death. Romans 6:23 says, “For the wages sin pays is death, but the gift God gives is everlasting life by Christ Jesus our Lord.” May you rely on God’s promise that Lucille will live again!

  11. To the Doak family:
    My heart goes out to you family on the sudden loss of your daughter, sister and Mother. I didn’t know her personally but what was shared with me about her makes me feel as if I missed out on a opportunity to be blessed with a great sisterhood. Keep God close to your hearts during this painful time as He along with the love and support of family will see you through this.

  12. Crystal McCaster :

    I would like to extend my condolences to the family especially her children. May God cover and protect them. This doesn’t seem real at all. I miss you dearly “Adrianne” ;).
    You’ve always been a wonderful friend to me and I will always cherish that. It will never be the same without you.
    Rest in peace friend.

  13. LaFonda M. Lanier-Whitaker :

    My Deepest Sympathy to the Doak-McCauley families in the loss of your loved one. You are all in my prayers. May Dr. McCauley Rest In Peace. Dr. McCauley was an important part of our medical family.
    Revelations 14:13 The I heard a voice from heaven say ” Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the lord from now on”. Says the spirit ” They will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.” I will fulfill my vows to the lord in all his people.

  14. Tony & Adrianne Dirr :

    Our hearts are so sad at the loss of our classmate. Lucille was amazing with her work ethic and positive spirit. She loved her children and did everything to make their lives special.

  15. Terrence Davis sr :

    I send my deepest condolences to the family

  16. I am greatly saddened to learn of the loss of my beloved classmate and respected colleague. I can still recall Lucille’s kind words and warm smiles. We have lost a great light. Heaven will be a much brighter place with you there.

  17. Kristin Fay :

    I didn’t know this beautiful young lady but am sure she was an amazing person. I saw Keith’s picture on the news and instantly remembered him from the 6th grade (crestview middle school) many years ago. He was very troubled then. I instantly wondered how he was able to have the privlige to have a beautiful doctor as a wife and be blessed with children. This is so sad. I am praying for this family.

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