Commodore McKay obit Kokomo Tribune 26 May 1964
in sur- he Commodore McKay GALVESTON .--' Commodore McKay, 77, Macy R. R. 2, ied Tuesday morning in St. oseph Memorial Hospital from jijuries suffered in a tractor ccident May 19. He was born Nov. 21, 1886. ept. 8, 1906, he was married o Saloma Slabaugh, who sur- ives. He was a member of t nited Brethren Church in Fulon County. Surviving with the widow are ne son, Orville L. McKay, Courtland Ave.; two .daugh- ers, Mrs. Velda Nearon, Gal- ireston, and Mrs. Eva Mcln- osh, Maey R. R. 2; one sister itrs. Mary Hall, Lawton, Okla'.; ix grandchildren and 10 great- randchildren. Funeral services will.be con ucted at 2 p.m. Thursday ie Thomas Funeral Home with the Rev. Edward Finley fficiatihg. Burial will follow in Galveston Cemetery. Friends may call at the fu eral home after 2 p.m. esday.