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Graveside services for Jimmy Vaughn age, 68, of Monterey were held Monday, August 2, 2010, 10 a.m. at Monterey First Baptist Church Cemetery in Monterey with Bro. Steve Roark officiating. Services were under the direction of Young's Funeral Home of Ferriday.
Mr. Vaughn was born on September 29, 1941, in Lepanto, Arkansas to James "Boss" and Eva Vaughn and he passed away on July 31, 2010 in Natchez.
Mr. Jimmy was a retired farmer. Jimmy loved to visit with his friends and family. He would spend time talking on the phone with his friends, telling old hunting stories and discussing politics. He was an avid sportsman; he loved to watch football, especially LSU and Saints Football, and go hunting and fishing. His grandchildren gave him the most joy in life. He loved spending time with them, whether it was listening to ballgame stories or just spoiling them.
He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Willard Vaughn, Hoyt Vaughn, Vance Vaughn and Dean Vaughn
He is survived by his wife of 49 years Betty Vaughn of Monterey; one son, Wayne Vaughn and wife, Jerri, of Wesson Ms.; one daughter, Donna Woodruff and husband, Lamon, of Monterey; three grandchildren, Kristy Arthur and husband, Brannon, of Vidalia, John Woodruff and Karlie Woodruff, both of Monterey; one great-granddaughter, Anna Bett Arthur; one brother, Ellon Vaughn of Lake Village, Arkansas; and two sisters, Nell Osmon, of Flint, Michigan and Betty Sue Reeves, of Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Pallbearers were Larry Vaughn, Gary Vaughn, David Vaughn, Bob Barnes, Johnnie Woodruff, Louis Wiggington, and Dwane Smalling.
Honorary Pallbearers were Sidney Wiley and Verlyn Burley.
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