Donald Tokar


Donald Eugene Tokar died peacefully on Friday, Aug. 8, 2014 at Warm Springs in New Braunfels, Texas.

Donald was born on July 29, 1932, to Joseph c. Tokar and Stella H. Wojack in Minneapolis, Minn. He was the second of their four sons together. He was able to receive track scholarships and worked hard to obtain a Business Degree from the University of Minnesota. During this t

ime he married Mary Alice Loesch, of Minneapolis. After graduation he entered the Air Force. He was trained as a pilot – one of the true loves of his life. He served his country proudly for 25 years, retiring when he was no longer able to fly. He took up residence in Austin, Texas, to be close to his daughter. He was a tax consultant until his death.

He is preceded in death by his father, Joseph; mother, Stella; brother, Jerry; and his three wives: Mary A. Tokar, Helen Tokar, and Gloria McCue.

Survivors include his brothers Robert D. Tokar and wife, Elsie, and Joseph c. Tokar and wife, Mary; his daughter, Barbara L. Mars and husband, Tommy; brothers-in-law, John R. Irvine, Jr. and wife, Yvonne, and William Irvine. He had several nephews: Christopher, Jimmy, Bob, Jr., Jonathan and Nicholas; and nieces Patty and Mary, that he was very proud of.

Donald”s ashes will be interred in Emmanuel Columbarium in Lockhart, Texas.

Memorials can be given to Habitat for Humanity or the Wounded Warriors Fund.

Arrangements under the care and guidance of McCurdy Funeral Home, 105 E. Pecan, Lockhart, Texas 78644.





  1. Larry Herpel 3 September, 2014 at 19:54 Reply

    Not only was Donald a client of mine (through our Travel Agency) but he was a good friend for many years, as well. He helped us with our bookkeeping when we requested it. He was very much appreciated and we will miss his presence very much.

  2. Cliff Simon 5 November, 2014 at 17:21 Reply

    Donald’s passing is a loss to many. I met Don about 20 years ago when he lived in Austin. He managed my tax returns, but I grew to know him as a friend. I have living overseas for 8 years now, and Don continued managing my returns from afar. We would talk and catch up on on personal events, and I was sad to hear about Gloria’s passing a few years ago. I will miss Don as many will also. He is a tribute to humanity and will be remembered this way.
    Cliff Simon, Brussels, Belgium

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