Mable Vaughn


Mable Vaughn, 102, of Paducah, passed away Sunday, August 11, 2019, at 5:15 p.m. at Parkview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Paducah.

Mable was the oldest member of Newton Creek Baptist Church. She was a farmer's wife and enjoyed gardening. She was an excellent cook. She sewed all of her daughters' clothes. Mable enjoyed crocheting. After they retired, she and her husband, Noble traveled, visiting every state, and Hawaii three times.

She is survived by three daughters, Anna Renfrow (Bob) of La Center, Mary Helen Hicks of Kevil and Ella Mae Barnhill (C.W.) of Paducah; five grandchildren, Regina Renfrow (David), Katrina Hendrickson (Herb Jr.), Randy Renfrow (Samantha), Heather Abanatha (Gary) and Derrick Barnhill (Lynsi); nine great-grandchildren, Dustin Renfrow (Sarah Beth), Alisha Hobbs (John), Colt Abanatha, Oliver Kate Barnhill, Ruby Mable Barnhill, Connelly Renfrow, Charlotte Renfrow, Noble Renfrow, and Preston Renfrow; and two great-great-great-grandchildren, Maci Renfrow and Noah Renfrow.

Mable was preceded in death by her husband, Noble Vaughn.

Visitation will be Wednesday, August 14, 2019, after 11 a.m at Morrow Funeral Chapel in La Center.

Funeral services will be Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. C.W. Barnhill, Rev. Rodney Cude and Rev. Marty Brown officiating. Interment will follow at Newton Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Newton Creek Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 12800 Ogden Landing Road, Kevil.

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