Glouster – Sandra L. Vaughan, age 80, moved on to stay among the angels on Sept. 5, 2021. Her kindness, love, tireless work with households and local community were an inspiration, and she will be deeply missed by all whose life she touched.
Born on Dec. 2, 1940, in the Hartleyville community in close proximity to Glouster to Raymond and Lillian (Graham) Nott, and the seventh of 11 little ones, Sandra grew up with a profound regard for her parents who, a great deal like the other hardworking people of Appalachia, had difficult lives, but thrived on love, household, and target on creating a life of function. All those tenets came to be her legacy.
Sandra, a 1957 Graduate of Jacksonville-Trimble Superior College, was a higher accomplishing pupil and high school cheerleader. As a lifelong learner, she looked forward to the day when, just after beginning her family, she could go after larger education. She ultimately attended Hocking School, Ohio College, and Capital College Law School, and grew to become a Accredited Lawful Assistant and Accredited Social Worker.
Sandra’s qualified everyday living spanned 43 a long time and focused on supporting families expand and prosper by beating boundaries. Above her career, Sandra served as Director of Avoidance Courses at Athens County Young children Providers, Specific Providers Coordinator and Court Administrator for the Athens County Juvenile Court docket, Athens County Probate Court Deputy Clerk and as an Executive Secretary for Columbus Southern Energy Enterprise.
Sandra, — fiercely very pleased of her Appalachian roots, her hometown of Glouster, the Trimble Tomcats, and American heritage — was a tireless volunteer and member of a multitude of organizations in and all-around the Glouster place such as the Glouster Depot Undertaking, United Methodist Church, co-founder of the community Woman Scouts, and founder of the girls’ summer time softball league in the 1980’s. The checklist of contributions she produced to this location are also in depth to listing, but enable it be remembered that over all, Sandra loved God and all of His people today, and sought, during her lifetime, to encourage in some others a curiosity, fascination, and know-how each in just, and past, their area, hometown roots, and the assurance and belief that success will stick to tough work and perseverance.
Her household beloved and cherished her outside of just about anything phrases can say, and will request to retain her gentle shining by paying out forward the blessings she shared in the course of a daily life well-lived.
Sandra is survived by her partner, James Gary Vaughan, with whom she shared a deep and abiding enjoy for in excess of 60 many years. She is also survived by daughters, Kellie (Peter) Abele, Kara (Jason) Schoonover grandchildren, Kiefer (Kaitlin) Standley, Konner (Karalee) Standley, Alex, Chase and Ash Abele, Aaron and Gage Schoonover and great-grandchildren Addie, Talon, Kyndal, and Palmer. Sandra was preceded in death by her dad and mom, Raymond and Lillian Nott, and an toddler daughter, Katharina.
Per Sandra’s needs, her ashes will be produced above the land that she and Gary owned and beloved for about 50 a long time through a non-public family ceremony. A memorial celebration will be introduced at a later on day. Contributions in her honor may be designed to the Glouster Depot Job, 53 Substantial St. Glouster, Ohio, 45732. Arrangements have been entrusted to Morrison Funeral Chapel, Glouster-Bishopville. A concept of ease and comfort might be despatched to the family members at www.morrisonfc.com. Sandra Vaughan