Phyllis June Vaughan, long-time Terlton resident, passed from this life on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at the age of 71. Phyllis was born January 18, 1951, at Enid, OK to Eddie and Olive Gault. She grew up and attended school there, graduating from Enid High School. Phyllis and Vernon Lee Vaughan were united in marriage at Miami, OK on February 14, 1980. They have made their home in Terlton for the passed 35 years. She worked as a nurse technician for many years, her last employment was with Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa. Phyllis enjoyed playing cards and watching movies on TV. She was an avid Kansas City Chiefs fan. She and Vernon loved to attend motorcycle rallies and spend weekends on the Illinois River. Phyllis had a special personality that was funny and having a “heart of gold” would do anything for family and friends, especially her children and grandchildren.
Phyllis is survived by her husband Vernon; children – Brandie Largent and Derek Smart; one brother Charlie Gault, as well as two grandchildren Katie Largent and Derek Smart, Jr. Also surviving is Esther Blackwood, a cousin and best friend. She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 sisters and 1 brother.
Memorial services for Phyllis will be held at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, in the chapel of the Chapman-Black Funeral Home. Services and cremation were under the care of the Chapman-Black Funeral Home, Cleveland, OK.
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