Reba S. Vaught

Reba S. Vaught

Thursday, June 8th, 1933 - Friday, May 22nd, 2020
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Reba S. “Kate” Vaught, age 86 years, of Manchester Township, Susquehanna Village, York, PA and formerly of Airville, PA (Sunnyburn) died peacefully at her home at 12:55 pm on Friday, May 22, 2020. She was the wife of Bruce C. Vaught who died on August 19, 2005.

Mrs. Vaught was born in Mountain City, TN on June 8, 1933 the daughter of the late Jacob Daniel and Blanche Stella (Perkins) Stout. A lover of books and a devoted reader, she also loved crossword puzzles. Each day she looked forward to the newspaper crossword puzzle arriving, skillfully completing every puzzle quickly.
Reba was a loving mother, grandmother, and friend. She was an enthusiastic fan of the Dallas Cowboys since the 70’s.
Mrs. Vaught was a longtime member of the Pine Grove Presbyterian Church in Airville, PA where she helped plan and participated in countless social events.

She is survived by;
Three children:
Terry Cole Vaught and Sherri Miller of York, PA
Sandra Kay Bechtel, wife of the late Fred of Wrightsville, PA
Michael Howard Vaught and his wife, Hedy of York, PA

Six grandchildren:
Megan Heffner, Kurt Heffner, Scott Vaught, Kristelle Shetron, Penny Trout and Chad Little

Her nieces and nephew: Connie Hill, Annette Morrison and Gary Stout

Mrs. Vaught was preceded in death by her brother, Joey Stout.

Entombment will be in the mausoleum of Sunset Memorial Park in Mountain City, TN

The Harkins Funeral Home in Delta, PA and the Hux & Lipford Funeral Home in Mountain City, TN are assisting the family. The entombment will be private at the convenience of the family.

Contributions in her memory are requested for Pine Grove Presbyterian Church, 4316 Delta Rd., Airville, PA 17302.
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    Sunset Memorial Park
    999 Honeysuckle St.
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    Entombment will be in the Sunset Mausoleum, located within Sunset Memorial Park, Mountain City, Tennessee


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Cathy Kilgore Griffith

Posted at 09:06am
My deepest sympathies to you all on the loss of this sweet lady. She brought grace and beauty to this world. May comfort find you.

Patti Kilgore Gerlach

Posted at 06:02pm
Reba (Muzzy) was my second mom. She had to attend to me quite a bit when I would visit. She had to put soap on my leg when I got it stuck in the porch railing; knocked out my front teeth jumping up and down on the picnic table; got my foot caught in the spokes of her bike when she was giving me a ride. Because of her and Bruce I have a lot of wonderful childhood memories. They are back together again.

Margaret Wright

Posted at 03:41pm
MY Sincere Sympathy to all the Family .Reba was such a good neighbor when we lived in sunnyburn and her little Dog Teddy would come over to see us.RIP REBA

Bernice Miller

Posted at 02:33pm

Cindy Maguire Posted at 02:13pm

I always called her Muzz! She was the best Mother-in-law anyone could ever ask for. She was a true Southern Bell and I thought the world of her! My sympathy to the family Prayers and hugs!

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