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Jo-Anne Louise Vaughn
2 juillet , 1942 – 9 avril , 2019
On April 9, 2019, Jo-Anne Louise Vaughn (nee Palumbo) passed away peacefully surrounded by her family. She was the beloved wife of Arthur “Tony” A. Vaughn; devoted mother of Tonya R.N. Vaughn, Sarinah M. Vaughn, and Andrea J. Vaughn, and their spouses Derrick King, Jeremy Taylor, and Cristina Meneses; loving grandmother of Lucas Meneses-Vaughn, and Silvia Meneses-Vaughn; cherished great-grandmother of LeAira D. Williams King; dear sister of Frances Driscoll, and loving aunt to many nieces and nephews. A celebration of Jo-Anne’s life will be scheduled at a later date. For further information please visit https://m.facebook.com/rememberingjoannevaughn or send an email to email@example.com. If desired, memorial donations may be made in her name to the Alzheimer’s Association.
- Arthur "Tony" A. Vaughn, Husband
- Tonya R.N. Vaughn and her husband Derrick King, Daughter
- Sarinah M. Vaughn and her husband Jeremy Taylor, Daughter
- Andrea J. Vaughn and her wife Cristina Meneses, Daughter
- Lucas Meneses-Vaughn, Grandchild
- Silvia Meneses-Vaughn, Grandchild
- LeAira D. Williams King, Great Grandchild
- Frances Driscoll, Sister
- Loving aunt to many nieces and nephews.
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Jo-Anne Louise Vaughn
Peggy Riley Hanselman
23 avril , 2019
I am saddened to learn about the death of Mme Vaughn. She was without a doubt my favorite teacher.
Her love and knowledge of French, her bubbly personality, and care and respect of her students were just a few of her endearing qualities. I remember her working tirelessly to present meaningful lessons in French class and teaching us about authentic French foods and guiding us to prepare and serve them to the large Northwestern faculty during lunch as a part of our French Culture and Cooking class.
Our French class trip to France was educational and meaningful which created fond and lasting memories.
Mme Vaughn was an inspiration to me professionally and continues to be.
Thank you, Mme Vaughn, for always going out of your way to benefit students.