LaVaughn Barnes

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LaVaughn was a GRAND LADY. God bless her and her family. Randy Hartert

It is my honor to have met LaVaughn. I enjoyed the stories she shared. The first words that come to mind when thinking of her are "such a true lady".

LaVaughn was such a vibrant, awesome lady whose charisma will be missed by many!! Anyone could only hope to be exactly like her when they get to be her age...she is the epitome of the phrase "You are only as old as you feel" because she lived life to the fullest til the end!! God bless you, LaVaughn and God bless you, Craig and the rest of the family.

What a vibrant lady she was! Never saw her at a loss for words, especially when she thought it was necessary. Bless you, Craig, for your constant companionship in her waning years. I know she'll be missed!

I was acquainted with Mrs. Barnes through our mutual friend, Elizabeth Gibbs. I loved how LaVaughn lived her life to the fullest. May we all follow her example. My deepest sympathies to her family.

I loved Lavaughn. She was a great and strong lady. I enjoyed our visits and her humor.

I was so saddened to here LaVaughn had passed. She was such an elegant lady. I wished I had the opportunity to know her longer. Our thoughts and prayers surround her dear son Craig. May everyone find peace.


LaVaughn's Obituary

Barnes, LaVaughn, 94, died Thursday, March 20, 2014. Memorial Service will be at 2:00 P.M., Monday, March 24, 2014, at Downing & Lahey Mortuary East. Preceded in death by her husband, Roy Barnes. Survived by her son, Craig Barnes of Wichita, KS; daughter, Corinne Little of Evanston, IL;...

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