Jesse Scott Doak
Jesse Scott Doak, age 37, a Lincoln, NE resident died February 4th, 2022. His final days were spent surrounded by is family.
No formal services were held. A tree will be planted as a memorial on the family property this spring in Jesse’s honor.
Jesse was born August 17th, 1984 in Lincoln, NE to Mark Stephen Doak and Kathryn Marie (nee Fikse) Foster.
He graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School. He continued his education at Des Moines Area Community College earning an Associates in Environmental Studies. He attended Iowa State University for additional college courses.
Jesse had many interests and hobbies including frisbee golf, playing guitar, poker, rock climbing, cooking, and watching movies. He also enjoyed any time spent with family and friends.
He worked in various capacities in hospitality, plumbing/HVAC, and construction industries. Through these vocational pursuits, he lived in Nebraska, California, Texas, and Iowa.
He is survived by his mother and step-father; Kathryn and Kim Foster of Martell, NE, his step-mother; Kathy Doak of St. Augustine, FL, and his siblings.
He was preceded in death by his father Mark Doak of St. Augustine, FL.
Jesse brought much joy to the lives of those who loved him. He was a beloved son, grandson, nephew, cousin, brother, and friend.
In lieu of flowers or memorial donations, please consider making a donation to Mental Health Association of Nebraska. 1645 N Street in Lincoln, NE 68508.
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Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Jesse Scott Doak
I am so very sorry for your loss. Jesse was an employee of mine at decks unlimited. I am praying for your family and if there is anything I can do please reach out.
You were the closest person in my life and thats always been hard to come by I love you so much and no one will ever replace you your smile was kept me going in a way we were the same person, maybe why my nickname was jesse 2.0, forever will be in my mind and you were the best uncle ever even though you were a lot more, fly high and enjoy your peace you deserve it
My heart is saddened by the news of Jessie’s passing. I’m so very sorry to all who loved him🙏❤️
Love you all,
Mary Doak, Aunt Mary