VAUGHN, RHODA V - Newton County, Arkansas | RHODA V VAUGHN - Arkansas Gravestone Photos


Snow Cemetery
Newton County,

15 Jul 1933 - 27 Apr 2014

Rhoda V. (Self) Vaughn, age 80 of Wayton, Arkansas, the daughter of Dolphus and Flossie (Watson) Self, was born July 15, 1933 in Shiloh, Arkansas, and went to be with our Lord on Sunday, April 27, 2014.

Rhoda enjoyed her farm life. She loved quilting, cooking, gardening, and being outdoors, as well as spending time with family and friends. She was recognized for a beautiful home and often times her gardening, canning and crafting skills. She made a hobby of hand piecing and quilting unique quilts for her family and friends to enjoy. She loved collecting swans, buttons, dinking in her rock beds and making bottle trees out of her blue bottle collection.

Preceding her in death; her husband, Joe W. Vaughn, whom she married April 23, 1955; her parents; one brother, Riley Watson; and three sisters, Lucille Vaughn, Daisy Lyon and Minnie Wade.

She is survived by her children, Beverly Joe Vaughn of Rogers, Arkansas, Franklin Vaughn and Lori of Wayton, Wiley Vaughn and Marci of Lowell, Arkansas, and Tamara Vaughn of Rogers, Arkansas; eight grandkids; 16 great-grandkids; three sisters, Mary Ellen Young of Bentonville, Arkansas, Georgia Brown of Knob Hill, Arkansas, and Opha Daniels and Gerald of Shiloh; one brother, Roy Self and Reba of Shiloh; and a sister-in-law, Fern Reynolds of Harrison, Arkansas; along with a dear friend, Thelma Wight of Bentonville, Arkansas.

Graveside service was Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at Snow Cemetery in Wayton, Arkansas with Donnie Villines officiating. Pallbearers were Monte Willis, Danny Breedlove, Ricky Henderson, Roy Carter, Charlie Curtis, Clinton Taylor.

Honorary pallbearers were the staff of Bradford House Rehab and Nursing Facility in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Contributed on 11/6/17 by silver-b
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Submitted: 11/6/17 • Approved: 11/6/17 • Last Updated: 11/9/17 • R1201095-G1201095-S3

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