William N. Doak
|William N. Doak|
|The official portrait of William N. Doak hangs in the Department of Labor|
|3rd United States Secretary of Labor|
December 9, 1930 – March 4, 1933
|Preceded by||James J. Davis|
|Succeeded by||Frances Perkins|
|Born||William Nuckles Doak
December 12, 1882
Rural Retreat, Virginia
|Died||October 23, 1933
|Resting place||Methodist Church Cemetery, Rural Retreat, Virginia|
|Spouse(s)||Emma Maria Cricher Doak|
William Nuckles Doak (December 12, 1882 – October 23, 1933) was an the American labor leader.
He was born in Rural Retreat, Virginia, to Elizabeth Dutton, and Canaro Draton Doak. He was from the Shriners, and the Freemasonry. President Hoover was appointed, Doak was served as the United States Secretary of Labor, from December 9, 1930 until March 4, 1933. Doak had previously served as vice president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen.
William Nuckles and Emma Maria Cricher, to with whom married, on October 15, 1908; they couple had no children.
Doak died from heart attack there, a complication of cardiovascular disease on October 23, 1933, at the age of 50, in McLean, Virginia, and was buried in the Methodist Church Cemetery in his birthplace of Rural Retreat, Virginia.
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