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Dennis Dewey Vaughn

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Being at home, Dennis Dewey Vaughn, 66, passed away with his family in Dexter as he went to his heavenly home on Tuesday, February 13th, 2018. A memorial service has been planned for Saturday, February 17th at 10am at the Eastside Church of Christ at 301 E. 2nd St in Dexter.
Dennis was born June 2, 1951 in Hemet, CA to Lee and Lucille Vaughn. He grew up in California and attended Santa Monica Community College. He went on to spend much of his life as an electrician and retired from New Mexico Military Institute. On Valentine’s Day 1980 he married Jeanie (Burns) Vaughn in Roswell, NM. They raised their girls in Dexter and his wife remains at the family home.
Dennis loved to fish, often seen with a fishing pole in one hand and a diet Pepsi in the other. If he wasn’t fishing, he was chasing kids or grandkids around the state to practices, performances, games, or other youth events. He loved his family and dogs Max and Woofie.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Lee and Lucille Vaughn and his father-in-law Jim L Burns.
Dennis was: Loving husband to Jeanie (Burns) Vaughn of Dexter; Brother to Judy Varela and husband David of Moreno Valley, CA; Lloyd Vaughn of Wendell, NC; Edward Vaughn and wife Karen of Garner, NC; Dad to Tammie Boyer (The 1st) and husband Paul of Las Vegas, NV; Dad to Kelli Loudermilk (The Favorite) and husband Jessie of Dexter, NM; Dad to Wendi Blake (no, I’m The Favorite) and husband DJ of Dexter, NM; Daddy to Vicki Vaughn (too bad I’m the Baby) and fiancé Gunnar Webb of Golden, TX; he loves us all equally, in four different ways.
Grandaddy to Karina Boyer of Las Vegas, NV; Gran-Dad to Jessie Colton, Jimmy and Maggi Loudermilk, and DanDad to Molli Loudermilk of Dexter, NM; Grandaddy to Alyla, Kaylia, James, Haley, Graci, and Lillee Blake of Dexter, NM; Grandaddy to one on-the-way, Cayden Webb of Golden, TX; Uncle to many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews; Son-in-law to Barbara Burns Stinsen and husband Bob of Dexter, NM; Nephew to Aunt Veta Vaughn of Dexter whom he had a special place for in his heart.
Friend to many, whom we hope to join us in celebrating his life on Saturday.
The family would like to thank the Dallas Methodist Hospital 4th floor staff for all the care that was given over the last year, as well as to Dr. Mantry and his team.