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Ottis Vaughn
(March 9, 1937 - September 19, 2017)

Funeral services for Mr. Ottis Vaughn of Stewart will be at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, September 22, at Milligan Springs Baptist Church near
Stewart, with burial following in the church cemetery.  Rev. Randy Bridges will officiate the services.

Visitation will be Friday, from 11:00 a.m. until service time, at the church.

Mr. Vaughn, 80, died at his home on Tuesday, September 19.  He was born in the Sapa Community on March 9, 1937, to Winston and
Myrtle Boatman Vaughn.  He was a loving father to his children and enjoyed fishing in his leisure time.  Mr. Vaughn was a truck driver and
a member of Covenant Baptist Church near French Camp.  He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, and two brothers.

Mr. Vaughn is survived by his wife, Deborah Vaughn of Stewart; four sons, Ankie Vaughn of Stewart, Perry Vaughn (Terri) of Kilmichael,
Kevin Drummond of Starkville, and Jason Drummond (Deanier) of Stewart; two sisters, Sara Yeatman of Stewart and Frances Shults of
Stewart; twelve grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.


Visitation
Friday, Sept. 22        11 am - 1 pm
Milligan Springs Baptist Church
Stewart

Service
Friday, Sept. 22                     1 pm
Milligan Springs Baptist Church

Interment
Milligan Springs Cemetery
Stewart
OTTIS VAUGHN
March 9, 1937
September 19, 2017
Sharon Swindol Castle
castlesharon41@hotmail.com

Sending prayers for the entire family.
Hank and Sharon Castle



DON & JAN BENNETT
SEWBYJAN78@ICLOUD.COM

OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU PERRY AND YOUR FAMILY. I AM SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT MR. OTTIS, HE WILL
BE IN MY MEMORIES OF STEWART AS A SWEET COWBOY LIKE MAN, AS YOU DO TOO PERRY, WHOM WAS A
VERY FRIENDLY MAN AND SOMEONE I WILL NEVER FORGET WITH A SWEET, SWEET SPRIT.
LOVE YOU




patti  devine

Prayers to the Vaughn family at their loss



Kathy Hall
bodie0718@yahoo.com


PERRY AND ANKIE

I am so sorry to hear about Ottis. Ya'll were always such a big part of our family and Ottis was always there if my Dad
needed anything.  I have so many happy memories of the times we all had at the palace and we have danced many,
many miles. Everytime I think of Ottis, it makes me SMILE.

DEBBIE

Ya'll had a lot of happy years together and we all had good times at the palace.  You were there for me when my
parents died and I am so sorry that I cannot be there for ya'll.  I know how hard the adjustment is gonna be without
him.  If there is anything that I can do, please let me know.

Love ya'll and will be praying for you.

Kathy Allen Hall



Linnie Brown


So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for all the family.