Vaughan, LaDona Kay

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LaDona Kay Vaughan, age 46, of Irving, Texas passed away unexpectedly on October 11, 2014. She was born on September 17, 1968 to Sharon Sue (Peters) and Robert Vaughan Jr. in Mineral Wells, Texas. She met her husband, Williamjon Bleaker Patton, in 1985. She graduated from CNA school June 28,1991 and later spent 17 years working at Susan’s Omelet restaurant in Las Colinas, Texas. She and her husband were blessed with their only child, Austin William Niles Patton, in May of 1996.

LaDona was a dedicated mother, wife, sister, aunt, and friend to many. Her son Austin was the absolute light of her life. She was the peacemaker of the house and enjoyed cooking for her family and gardening.

LaDona’s life and legacy will continue to be honored and celebrated by her husband Billy and his family, and their son Austin. Two sisters, Suzanne Baca of Diana, Texas, and Zanita Lewis of Florence, Texas. One brother, Robert Vaughan III and his wife Renee also of Florence and ten nieces and nephews, Nikki Anthony of White Oak, Texas (husband Brian, daughters Andrea and Hannah), Brittany Reavis of Diana, Texas (husband Chad, daughter Alydia and son Gavin), Alisha Packer of Longview, Texas and Tyler Walworth, Samantha Vaughan, Kelby Vaughan, Kathryn Vaughan, Caden Vaughan, Kian Vaughan, and Kaia Vaughan all of Florence, Texas. She had countless friends that she considered family.

LaDona is preceded in death by her parents Sharon and Robert Vaughan Jr.

A private ceremony will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2014 at 3 pm with Rev. Debby Bobbitt officiating.

Please send family condolences and sign the guestbook on this website.

4 replies on “Vaughan, LaDona Kay”

Diane huff says:

I’m so sorry to hear about your loss . I have much comfort in reading from the scripture in John 5:28,29 that God will resurrection all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come back!

Jacquie Marshall Hamerquist says:

Ladonna my best friend and sister. Goodbyes are not forever, goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean, I’ll Miss You until we meet again. So many memories-we laughed together, we cried together, and we grew up together. Memories I will always treasure. You were a friend I could call anytime and we always picked up where we left off. So when I see you in heaven I know we will be picking up where we left of. I thank God that friends are friends forever in Heaven. You and Billie are family to me. Praying for you Billie, Austin, and friends. Love Jacquie Hamerquist

Jacquie Hamerquist says:

LaDona Kay my best friend and sister. Goodbyes are not forever, goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean, I’ll Miss You until we meet again. So many memories-we laughed together, we cried together, and we grew up together. Memories I will always treasure. You were a friend I could call anytime and we always picked up where we left off. So when I see you in heaven I know we will be picking up where we left off.

My prayers are with you Billie and Austin.

Roxanne says:

I am so very heartbroken to learn of LaDona’s passing. In my search for her once again I found out this terrible news. LaDona was a big part of my life for many years when she was a teen. I’m so terribly sorry and my heart and prayers are with all of her family that she’s left behind. I grieve with you.. RIP beautiful girl, you are loved..

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