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Georgia Mae Vaughn

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October 27, 1937 ~ January 1, 2023

Born in: Nashville, Arkansas
Resided in: San Antonio, Texas

Georgia Mae Deloney-Vaughn passed away peacefully at her home in San Antonio, Texas on January 1, 2023 surrounded by her family. Georgia was born in Nashville, Arkansas on October 27, 1937 to George and Lena Deloney.


Georgia grew up in Hickory Grove, Arkansas where she later went on to attend high school in Nashville, Arkansas, she assisted her mother around the home and by helping take care of her 6 siblings as well as working in the peach orchids with her dad. Georgia learned to sew and cook at an early age and she was able to pass on the art of cooking to many others. She was well known for her sweet potato pie, peach cobbler and apple pie.


Georgia grew up in the church of God in Christ in Hickory Grove Arkansas where she was self-taught to play the piano. Georgia later met Harland Vaughn, Sr. in Silverton, Texas several years after his return from the military (WWII) where they later married and started a family. Georgia obeyed the gospel at the Silverton church of Christ in Silverton, Texas, after raising her four children she later became employed at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas.

She later moved to San Antonio, Texas where she became a member of the Ft. Sam Houston church of Christ.  Georgia was a Godly woman who loved worshiping until her health declined.  She was a wonderful wife, mother and friend who always put her family first.

Georgia is preceded in death by her parents; her beloved husband, Harland Vaughn Sr.; son, Jackie Vaughn; and her siblings, Kelsie Baker, Precious “Shank” Deloney, Christine Scoggins, Lucille Scoggins, Lee Van Deloney and Orbadean “Dino” Deloney.


She leaves to cherish her memories, children, Harland (Margaret) Vaughn Jr., Linda Vaughn-Dalton and David Vaughn; all of San Antonio, Texas; grandchildren, Jessica Garcia, Alonzo Vaughn, Shatika (Tika) Williams, Nikkole (Nikki) Degrate, Jerome Ridley, Terrin Campbell, Marqus Dalton, Jamar Dalton and Tequinta (Quita) Shelf, Eleven great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.


Visitation: January 20, 2023 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States


Funeral Service: January 21, 2023 1:30 pm

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States


Graveside: January 23, 2023 10:30 am

Room: Shelter No. 3

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd.
San Antonio, TX United States


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  1. CandleImageDear Mom
    Thankyou for raising me to be the man I am..David a man after God’s own her. Your last words to me was “Take Care of Yourself” I will forever carry those words in my heart and hand them down to the next generation.
    Your Baby Son
    Love Always

  2. CandleImageGranny, you were the first to show me how to apply my makeup, the first woman to show me how to powder my nose and smile with my eyes. For these memories, I am forever grateful. I love you because you first loved me. Until we meet again… Love you always,


  3. So sorry for the loss of your Mom. She had so much fun at her birthday party. It was so much fun to see her enjoying her family, that she loved so dearly.

  4. CandleImageAunt Georgia Mae,
    I will always remember your laugh and your smile. You were always so sweet and loving towards anyone who crossed paths with you. I have some very precious memories to hold on to, we will miss you. I love you ❤️
    Robbie Lynn Fields – Maddox

  5. Auntie Georgia Mae, your sweet smile and laugh always brightened my day. I recall in my younger years, you tapping me on my little legs telling me to give you a hug (laughing)! I Love and will always cherish those hugs with you.
    Thank you for your cooking, wisdom, laughter and Love! You’re missed!

  6. CandleImageJesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die.

    We will meet again, Love you Mom!

  7. CandleImageWe will miss you Auntie. Even though you are gone from this life you will Never be forgotten. GOD GOT YOU!! LOVE YA Auntie

  8. You may not have given met the gift of life, but life has given me gift of you, knowing that the bond between us is and external one. Thank you for loving me as your own. Farewell until we meet again.

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