Edwin Vaughan, 74, of 274 30th, died Thursday night at his home of heart failure.
Mr. Vaughan was born Sept. 19, 1893, In Malad, Idaho, a son of Thomas Edward and Emily Ann John.
He was reared and educated in Malad.
On April 7, 1915, he was married to Elizabeth Bell in Woodruff, Idaho. They received endowments in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on March 24, 1964.
He resided in Malad where he farmed and in 1951 came to Ogden at which time he started working at Hill Air Force Base as an engine repairman. He retired In 1963.
An active members of the LDS Church, he was a member of the Eleventh Ward and he had served in the elders quorum presidency for four years.
Surviving are his widow, one son and two daughters, Glen E. Vaughan and Mrs. Frank (Fern) Browning, both of Pico Rivera, Calif.; Mrs. Willard (Grace) Bailey, Ogden; nine grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, his stepmother, Mrs. Carrie Vaughan, Shelley, Idaho; four brothers and two sisters. Homer Vaughan, Independence, Mo.; Jamil Vaughan, Dale Vaughan, Mrs. Lewis (Emily Ellen) Morgan, all of Malad; Vance Vaughan, Hawaii; Ada Vaughan, Shelley, Idaho.
Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 11 a.m. at the Chapel of Flowers Mortunary with Bishop Harry P. Nasfell of the Eleventh Ward officiating.
Friends may call at the chapel Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday until services. Burial in the Malad City Cemetery.
In Memory of
19 September 1893 8 February 1968
Chapel of Flowers Mortuary
11:00 a.m., Monday 12 February 1968
Bishop Harry P. Nasfell
Ogden L.D.S. Eleventh Ward
Floral arrangements under direction of
Eleventh Ward Relief Society
Lena Vandenberg, President
Judy Bailey Gail Burns
Fay Browning Janette Gilgen
Linda Gilgen Carolyn Owen
Lynn Bailey Ellis Burns
Jack V. Browning Sheldon Treasure
Larry Gilgen Douglas Owen
Malad City Cemetery
Family Prayer. Albert Dransfield
Prelude Music… Dea Shaw
Invocation Ivan J. Thornley
Opening Song Thomas T. Leavitt
“O My Father”
Life Sketch, Remarks Bp. Harry P. Nasfell
Speaker. Henry Topping, Jr.
Speaker Charles R. Brashear
Closing Song Thomas T. Leavitt
“In the Garden”
Benediction Russell M. Riddle
Postlude Music Dea Shaw
Accompanist Dea Shaw