Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan) Mon, Aug 1, 1921

Funeral Services for Douglas K. McCloskey to be Held Wednesday

CARSON CITY, Aug 1 - The body of Douglas K. McCloskey, which landed in Hoboken several days ago, arrived at Carson City, Friday afternoon and was taken to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. McCloskey.

Douglas K. McCloskey, graduated from the Carson City high school with the class of 1911. In the World War, he served in the American army, having gone overseas with a Band company from Durand, and was killed in action. For him, the first gold star was placed on the Carson City high school service flag.

The body will remain at the home of his parents here until next Wednesday, when a military funeral will be held n charge of the Douglas K. McCloskey post, which was named in his honor.

The decease leaves his parents, two brothers, Ward of Durand, and Gordon of Carson City; two sisters, Miss Zelma McCloskey of Carson City, and a married sister in Montana, who is enroute here to be present at the funeral services.

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