Jennie Lynn Vaughn
June 13, 1983 – November 18, 2020
Jennie Lynn Vaughn was born June 13, 1983 in Athens, Texas to parents; William H. Vaughn and Jimmie Lynette Jackson and entered eternal rest on November 18, 2020 in Kemp, Texas at the age of 37. Jennie graduated Kemp High School and attended Hillcrest Baptist Church. She appeared in Star Search three consecutive years...1997, 1998, and 1999. She enjoyed singing, horseback riding and running barrels. Jennie was working as a CNA at Sunflower Park Nursing Home in Kaufman. Jennie will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. Jennie was preceded in death by her: grandmother Alma Creswell and her maternal great-grandparents W. D. and Minnie Williams. She is survived by her: son David Rogers, Jr. of Waxahachie; mother Jimmy Coley and Rocky Brown of Kemp; father William Vaughn of Huntsville; maternal grandmother Juanita Gibson of Kemp; aunt Jena Thompson and Todd of Malakoff; uncle Ricky Vaughn of Royse City; uncle Randy Vaughn of Athens; siblings: Jared Fossee; Kelly Bryan and Jessee Fossee; aunt Crystal Freeman and Gary of Kemp; cousins: Amy; Alishia; Chris; Scotty; and Christie Vaughn; numerous other loving family members and many more friends.
- Alma Creswell, Grandmother (deceased)
- W. D. and Minnie Williams, Maternal Great-Grandparents (deceased)
- David Rogers Jr., Son
- Jimmy Coley (Rocky Brown), Mother
- William Vaughn, Father
- Juanita Gibson, Maternal Grandmother
- Jena Thompson (Todd), Aunt
- Crystal Freeman (Gary), Aunt
- Ricky Vaughn, Uncle
- Randy Vaughn, Uncle
- Jared Fossee, Kelly Bryan and Jessee Fossee, Siblings
- Amy, Alishia, Chris, Scotty and Christie Vaughn, Cousins
- Jennie also leaves other loving family members and many more friends to cherish her memory.
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Friday, December 4, 2020
Jennie Lynn Vaughn
December 4, 2020
To You Ms.Jimmie My most sincere condolences.God keep and protect you always. You are in my Prayeres😇
December 2, 2020
I’m so saddened to hear of the passing of my beautiful friend. Jenny was my best and first friend when my family and I moved to kemp. Jenny was also a fast friend of my younger brothers. She and I were nine years old and both attended kemp intermediate school. Jenny was so full of life and always on the go. We always had fun playing together and we’re always laughing. We’d scare off the cows in the pasture even though her great grandpa told us not to, she even helped break our ponies to ride. She had the best imagination. A true tomboy but also a very gentle girl with a big heart . Will always miss her. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend. We will see you again in heaven.