CARIBOU – Dorothy Eleanor McKay Doak, 83, died Oct. 31, 2003, at Caribou. She was born Sept. 7, 1920, in Linneus, the daughter of George and Winifred (Holmes) McKay. She was a graduate of Houlton High School and attended Ricker College. She was a secretary and bookkeeper for the Cooper Range Co. in Boston for several years, where she attended night classes at Boston University and Harvard. Following her return to Maine, Dorothy was employed by the Maine Unemployment Office, Deptartment of Health and Welfare for 15 years, and then the Caribou Utilities District for 15 years. In 1947, she married Roy W. Doak. Mrs. Doak was an active member of the Gray Memorial United Methodist Church, where she was also a member of the United Methodist Women and the Jenny Lyons Circle. She was a member and past matron of Elizabeth Chapter O.E.S. and was a member of the past matrons club. Dorothy was also an active member of her community and was a member of the American Legion Post 15 Ladies Auxiliary, Literacy Volunteers, the Caribou Historical Society, Caribou Day Extension, R.S.V.P. and the Cary Seniority Program. Dorothy also volunteered much time to Cary Medical Center, The Visiting Nurses of Aroostook and the Aroostook Area Agency on Aging. Surviving in addition to her husband of more than 56 years, Roy of Caribou, are three daughters, Melanie Fengler and her husband, Wallace, of Scarborough, Cyndi Morrow and her special friend, Dale Bartlette, and Jennifer Pelkey and her husband, Michael, all of Caribou; one sister, Lois Long and her husband, Eugene, of Santa Maria, Calif.; seven grandchildren, Danielle Harrington, Vincent Morrow, John and Jeremy Pelkey, Anthony and Naomi Morrow and Kenneth Watson; five great-grandchildren, Nathan Morrow, Alexis Pelkey, Jarred and Jacob Morrow and Morgan Harrington. Mrs. Doak was predeceased by an infant daughter, Roleen Libbey Doak. Friends may call at the Mockler Funeral Home, 24 Reservoir St., Caribou 7-9 p.m. Monday, where members of the Eastern Star will conduct evening memorial services at 7:30. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2003, at the Gray Memorial United Methodist Church. Interment will be in the Evergreen Cemetery. Friends who wish to contribute in memory of Mrs. Doak may do so through the Gray Memorial United Methodist Church memorial fund.