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Woodruff Vaughn, Green Co., KY (1918-2011)

He was the patriarch of a large, highly regarded Green Co., KY, family. He leaves 46 direct living descendants. He was a member of the Oak Forest Cumberland Presbyterian Church and was a lifelong farmer
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Mr. Woodruff Vaughn, 93, of Summersville, KY, departed this life on Monday, July 4, 2011 at his home in Summersville.

The funeral services for Mr. Woodruff Vaughn will be conducted at 10amCT, Thursday, July 7, 2011, at the Cowherd and Parrott Funeral Home, 206 S. Main ST, Greensburg, KY, with burial to follow in the Wilson Cemetery. Bro. Jimmy Tucker and Bro. Robert Knight will be officiating. Visitation is requested 4pm-9pmCT, Wednesday, July 6, 2011, at the Cowherd and Parrott Funeral Home and after 7amCT, Thursday until time of the funeral service.

Pallbearers: Tim Jeffries, Tommy Vaughn, Jonah Sidebottom, Coy Scott, Dave Maddox, David Vaughn, Ellis Creason, J.D. Arnett, and Buck Henderson.

Honorary pallbearers: Roy McCubbin, Gerald Ford, Arthur Creason, Early Loyall, Jewell Dotson, Charlie Hall, Randall Joe Milby, Ronald Milby, Jerry Hall, and Brad Hall.

Woodruff Vaughn, Green Co., KY (1918-2011)

Mr. Woodruff Vaughn was the son of the late Robert Lee Vaughn and Daisy Ellen McCubbin Vaughn. He was born on Saturday, January 19, 1918 in Green Co., KY, and departed this life on Monday, July 4, 2011 in Summersville, Green Co., KY. He was 93 years, 5 months and 15 days of age.

He had made a profession of faith in Christ and was a member of the Oak Forest Cumberland Presbyterian Church and was a lifelong farmer.

He united in marriage to Mildred Louise Price on December 17, 1938 who preceded him in death on September 22, 1992.

Survivors include the following:
  • Two daughters and a son in law: Lois Ann Arnett Hamilton of Campbellsville, KY; and Carolyn Jean and Charles Milby of Greensburg, KY

  • Two sons and daughters in law: William Lee and Janice Vaughn and Donnie Wayne and Joyce Ann Vaughn all of Greensburg, KY

  • A brother and sister in law: Washington "Pete" and Vanice Vaughn of Summersville, KY

  • Eight grandchildren

  • Twenty-three greatgrandchildren

  • Eleven great grandchildren

  • And a host of other relatives and friends
Mr. Vaughn was also preceded in death by a great-grandson: James Thomas Vaughn on June 30, 2008; and a sister Pauline Lewis on December 31, 2007.

The Cowherd and Parrott Funeral Home, 206 S. Main ST, Greensburg, KY, in charge of arrangements.

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Woodruff Vaughn, Green Co., KY (1918-2011)

2011-07-06 - 206 S. Main ST, Greensburg, KY - Photo from Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home.
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