BOZEMAN / McALLISTER - Harold-Allen Vaughan III, 21 of Bozeman formerly of Mcallister, died tragically in an accident on June 6, 2012 doing what he always wanted to do, kayaking. Viewing and visitation for friends and family will be from 7-9 p.m. Monday at the Madison Valley Baptist Church of Ennis. Funeral Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at the Church with Pastor Dr. Ray Teston, Pastor Ken Poteet and Pastor Jim McDaniel officiating. Burial will immediately follow at the Sunset Hills Cemetery in Bozeman. Friends may share with the family in fellowship and a luncheon back at the church in Ennis immediately following the graveside committal service.
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Harold-Allen was born September 7, 1990 in Little Rock, Ark., the first born son to Harold Allen Vaughan Jr. and Margaret L. (Caviness) Vaughan. He moved from Arkansas with his family in June of 2002 to Red Lodge. Exactly four years to the day, the family then moved to Ennis where Harold-Allen was a 2009 graduate of Ennis High School. He had completed three years of college at MSU in Bozeman where he was studying business finance.
Harold-Allen was an avid outdoorsman, hiking, fishing, hunting and snow boarding. He will be remembered for his happy and bold personality. He was very dedicated to his church and a faithful follower of Christ. One of his passions was to study the Bible and to mentor his friends in their understanding of Christianity. He was devoted to his father and mother and his brother Skyler, loving them unconditionally. He was also very devoted to his extended family members and friends.
He is preceded in death by his grandfather Harold A. Vaughan Sr. and his grandfather Vernon Eugene Caviness.
Survived by his parents Harold Allen Vaughan Jr. and Margaret L. (Caviness) Vaughan of McAllister; his brother Skyler Vaughan of Bozeman; his grandmother Georgia Edna (Booth) Caviness of Hazen, Ark.; his grandmother Helen Aldena (Fuqua) Vaughan of Cabot, Ark. and by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial donations can be made in Harold-Allen's name to The Madison Valley Baptist Church land fund P.O. Box 668 Ennis, Montana 59729.
K&L Mortuary of Ennis is in charge of arrangements.
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Published in Bozeman Daily Chronicle on June 10, 2012