Paul Ray Vaughan, Sr.

Born on June 23, 1942

Departed on May 19, 2019 and resided in White Bluff, TN

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Paul Ray Vaughan, Sr. – Age 76, passed away May 19, 2019 in Nashville, TN.
Mr. Vaughan is preceded in death by his wife, Lenna Frances Vaughan; son, James N. Vaughan; parents, Ollie B Vaughan and Trula Mangrum Vaughan; sister, Dorothy Jean Hardison; brothers, J.B. Vaughan and Larry D. Vaughan,
Survived by his son, Paul Ray Vaughan, Jr. daughter, Faith Sailors (Jeffrey); brothers, Gary Vaughan (Barbara), Wayne Vaughan; sister-in-law, Georgia Vaughn; grandchildren, Nathan Vaughan, Emily Sailors, Sarah Vaughan, Emma Vaughan, Natalie Sailors, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mr. Vaughan served in the Vietnam War from 1964 -1966 and was in the 1st Air Cavalry and 2nd Surgical MASH Hospital. He was a pastor and life-long member of Emmanuel Church of Christ and a man of great faith.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, 2019, at West Harpeth Funeral Home with Sister Linda Sears and Brother Ronnie Banks officiating. Burial to follow at Middle Tennessee Veterans Cemetery.
Visitation with the family will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and from 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. prior to the service on Wednesday at West Harpeth Funeral Home.

6 Comments to Mr. Paul Ray Vaughan, Sr.

  1. Faith Sailors says:

    I love you Sweet Daddy!! I miss you and always will.

    You are the most wonderful gift from Jesus….. that a daughter could ever have!

    I know that you are rejoicing in heaven! 🙂

    I thank Jesus that you have made it to your soul’s heavenly home. You fought the good fight…

    Thank you precious JESUS!

  2. Anne Arnold (Vaughan) says:

    Nathan, Sarah, and Emma were so blessed to have a grandfather that loved them so much! We have so many fond memories of him in our hearts. He truly will be missed!

    Nathan always talked about drinking “Joke”, a combination of grape juice and coke with grandfather!

    Sarah remembers having unlimited treats when she visited grandfather. He never told her no more treats. We would pick her up and she would be full of sugar!

    Emma remembers being ticked and kissed by grandfather so many times!

    We all love you Grandfather!

  3. Janine Borchardt says:

    I will miss you Uncle Paul , but your sweet voice when you sing “What Friend we have in Jesus ” I can hear, seeing you smile ear to ear saying anyone got a song , I would love to spend the day just me and you and hear your stories of Vietnam , watch movies and look at pictiures , stories of when you and my dad were young , about your many dogs you have had all your life ,the day you met your wife , the stories of your children and your adventures , your dreams still yet to come ,even though i may have heard them a time bebefore I always listened
    cause you always had such expression each time you told one . Ive got to watch the joy in your eyes with your grandchildren , AND experience the LOVE you have for JESUS, I can see you walking in the garden , Thank you Jesus for A Loving Uncle

  4. Tammy Sands says:

    What a family of great examples and mentors we have been blessed with and Uncle Paul was definitely that. Always holding steadfast to our Father in Heaven and to his family. Uncle Paul will be missed by all who knew him and thankfully its not a goodbye but instead we’ll see you again on the otherside . . .

  5. Faith Sailirs says:

    Yes.. he sure did spoil his precious granchildren!

    He loved them so much!!

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