Rev. William C. Vaughn

Vineland, New Jersey

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To the Vaughn family, my condolences for your loss. Bill was an impactful influence in my life from church, to high school, to Touring Choir, and at Malaga Camp. He was a tremendous talent, and now shall get to use his gifts in heaven. See you in heaven Bill.

So many memories flood back when I think of Bill-dinners with my family when he lived in Palmyra (196???)-his personal invitation to join the MCTC (after sitting through many concert practices as my older sister had been in the choir since it started)-"TP"ing his first house near the ballfield (which we then had to clean up because it rained)-the musicals when he taught at Delsea. Bill's leadership and demand of your best was a great inspiration. We will keep your family in our...

I am so sorry for your family's loss. You are such a wonderful person that I have always enjoyed working with. You have always brought a positive, energetic spirit with you and I'm sure your father was so proud of all the great things you have accomplished, professionally and personally.

My heart goes out to you at this time and in the days ahead.

I sang in the choir at First Baptist, Woodstown, when he was director. I remember having some good times. Condolences to his family.

My heart hurts for the loss of a great friend but I rejoice in the knowledge of where he is. We shared many laughs as we built sets, rehearsed for musicals, spent summers with kids at MAD camp...we also shared tears. He is the one who let me sing in what he always told me was my "natural singing voice" in a musical, what fun we had! I will miss my friend, he helped me get through some tough times.
Sheila, Tammy, Dana, Tim, Alicia...I am so very sorry for your loss but our hope...

Then there was Dare Dormitory. Home for three weekends a year at Malaga Camp Meeting time.

There was Bill, myself, Tommy Dodds, Paul Lutz (sp.) (sorry Paul) Rich Sooy, John Page, and several others but I can't remember all those others.

Everybody had to get up early to do their little tasks for the camp and stay in good with all the bosses.

It would finally get settled down about 1AM and everything was quiet. Then from over by the window there would be a...

We are certain of eternal life through Jesus Christ and yet we are in sorrow for ourselves because we will miss him

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.


William's Obituaries

The Reverend William C. Vaughn, 67, of Malaga Camp, Newfield, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 21, 2011, in Cooper University Hospital, Camden, after a short battle with cancer.

Bill was born and raised in Vineland and was a lifelong area resident. He was the son of...

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