Bunnell, Florida
Thursday, June 3, 1948


Funeral services for E. A. Smoak, who was killed Tuesday night after being struck by an automobile on while walking along U. S. Highway 1 near National Gardens, was held this afternoon at the graveside in Espanola Cemetery, with Rev. W. W. Rhody, pastor of the First Baptist Church here, officiating.

Mr. Smoak, who was 41 years old, had lived here for 34 years. He was a native of South Carolina, and was engaged in the plumbing and painting business.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lillian Smoak, of Bunnell; two sisters, Mrs. D. M. McKenzie of Albany, Ga., and Miss Nina Smoak, of Jacksonville; and one brother, C. C. Smoak, also of Jacksonville; three aunts, Mrs. C. E. Currie of Palatka; Mrs. A. H. Baker of Orlando; one uncle, G. E. Allen of Bunnell.

Funeral arrangements were in charge of Haigh and Brooks of Daytona Beach.