William Ottis Vaughan Sr.

March 30, 1941 – March 18, 2021

A funeral service for Mr. William Ottis Vaughan, Sr of Greenwood will be at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 21, at White Hill Free Will Baptist Church in Webster County with burial following in the church cemetery.  Rev. Randy Bridges will officiate the service.  Pallbearers will be his grandsons, Will Vaughan, Tyler Vaughan, and Bailey Vaughan; along with Ricky Bagwell, Mike Britt and Stan Chamblee.  Honorary pallbearers will be Billy Carver, Jack Matthews, John Storms, Jimmy McBride, Charles Fly, and Daniel Vaughan.

Mr. Vaughan, 79, passed away at Indywood Glen Personal Care facility in Greenwood on Thursday, March 18, 2021.  He was born March 30, 1941, in Houston, MS, to Erin Ola and Beulah Ann Sewell Vaughan.  He was raised in Walthall, attended Eupora High School, went to college at Wood Junior College in Mathiston, and later attended seminary.  He was a member of the Leflore County Homebuilder’s Association, and loved to garden.  He was a first generation employee of Entergy, where he worked as a serviceman for 34 years before retiring.  His son and grandsons have continued his legacy and are also employees of Entergy.

Mr. Vaughan is survived by his son, William O. Vaughan, Jr. (Tish) of McCarley, his sister, Dora Bagwell of Carrollton; three grandchildren, Will Vaughan (Katelyn) of Little Rock, AR, Tyler Vaughan and Bailey Vaughan both of McCarley; and one great grandchild, Witt Vaughan of Little Rock, AR.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Bridges Vaughan.

Eugenia Collins

William,Tish,and grandchildren, I am sorry about your father. Will be thinking of you and praying for you during this time

Kay Carson Crawford

Thoughts and prayers for the family in your time of grief

Sandra L Evans

William, Tisha and family So sorry for your loss. Just know that Barbara was waiting for him in her angel wings. Love and hugs

Bobby & Kay Alford

Love & prayers to family!

Janie Campbell

We are so sorry about Bill. Our prayers are with you all. Love, Dan and Janie Campbell

Norma Costilow

William, Tish and family, was so sorry to hear about Bill. Thoughts and prayers for all of you.

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