Teresa M. Vaughan ~~~1903-1983 Monday, March 28, 1983
© The Ponca City News
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan
NEWKIRK--Teresa M. Vaughan, 80-year-old Kildare resident, died Thursday in St. Joseph Medical Center.
Born Jan. 10, 1903 in Saint Clara, W. VA., she was the daughter of Henry and Julia Krenn. As a young child she came with her parents to Kildare, later, as a young woman, returning to West Virginia where she married Charles Vaughan on May 17, 1934.
Both Mrs. Vaughan and her husband were employed by B&O Railroad, and had retired from their work when Vaughan died in December 1977. Mrs. Vaughan returned to Kildare where she had resided since.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and two sisters. Surviving are a stepson, John Edward Vaughan of Fairmont, W. VA., a brother, John Krenn of Ponca City, a sister-in-law, Mrs. Edna Krenn of Kildare, two grandchildren and several great-grandchildren
Graveside service was at 2 p.m. today in the Newkirk Cemetery under direction of Miller-Stahl Funeral Service, Newkirk. Dr. Evans T. Moseley of Ponca City was to officiate.
Memorial funds have been established with Newkirk Ambulance Service and American Heart Association, and contributions can be made to either fund in Mrs. Vaughan's name through Eastman National Bank, Newkirk.
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