Lisa Ann Vaughan, 39, of Stillwater, Oklahoma passed from this life on September 2, 2018. She was born on June 4, 1979 to her parents Tim Dewey Vaughan and Mary Lou (Simpson) Vaughan.
Lisa was raised in Perry, Oklahoma and graduated from Perry High School. Following school she attended a cosmetology program and absolutely loved it. Once getting her certificate she went on to work as a hairdresser for a few different places, Walmart, Supercuts, and Smart Style salon. Later on in life Lisa decided to switch her career path and became a C&C machinist. She worked for Mercury for about 10 years before switching over to Asco.
Lisa had always been a very hard worker, but she also enjoyed her time to herself. She liked work, but she had many other hobbies. She liked to ride the motorcycle when it was nice outside. Lisa would be at the lake skiing or in the water all summer long. She enjoyed the outdoors with the sun on her face, but her passion was the Roller Derby. She was on the team in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Stillwater. Lisa was well known in the Derby world and competed for about 12 years. Her team knew her as “LOUD Lisa 99”.
Lisa made many friends through all of the functions she would attend, but her greatest supporter was her only daughter, Jasmine Vaughan. Jasmine was her best friend, cheerleader, and the person she loved more than anyone in this world. She was a single mother who worked hard each and every day to give Jasmine the best life.
Lisa was a beautiful and intelligent woman. She was always a little hard headed and strong-willed. Lisa was her own unique person and she will be truly missed by all who knew her.
Cherishing her memory are her parents, Tim and Mary Vaughan of Perry, Oklahoma; daughter, Jasmine Vaughan of Portland, Oregon; sister, Shelley and Raymond Clyma of Muldrow, Oklahoma; nephew, Nick Chasenah of Apache, Oklahoma; and niece Brooklyn Vaughan of Perry, Oklahoma.
She is preceded in death by her aunt Kathy Smith and her grandparents Melva and Pat Vaughan.
Services have been entrusted to the care of Brown-Dugger Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018 at 2:00pm with Mark Vaughan officiating at the Assembly of God Church in Perry, Oklahoma. Visitation will be held at Brown-Dugger Funeral Home on Thursday, September 6, 2018 from 9:00am until 8:00pm.
Loud Lisa #99 With Angel Wings She Skates 💜
Red Roxie 27 Derby WifeSapulpa, OK
Lisa was a good mother she tried to keep her daughter safe. She will be sorely missed. R.I.P. Loud Lisa #99
Tonya VickersTulsa, OK
Never in a million years could we have imagined this loss. Lisa was her own person and so full of life. She was a force to be reckoned with on and off the derby floor. We loved her. We know that Jesus loved her more than all of us put together and had provided her a Heavenly life greater than possible to imagine. We celebrate Lisa Ann Vaughan in all her rewards and look to that glad day when we see her again! It is our promise and hope for the days on earth we have ahead. All our love to the Vaughan family. We love you all.
-Andy, Esther, Grace and Hope
Esther VaughanWestland, MI
Your Uncle Andy is so heartbroken over this loss. I wish I was there but my heart has been there all week. Rest in God’s mercy.
Andy and Esther VaughanWestland, MI
I loved you like nobody ever could. No matter how far away from each other we were we were always close. I could have a bad day and you’d cheer me up. You were my best friend. I loved you then, I love you now and I’ll love you till the day I die. I love you lisa. Till we meet again!!!!
Michael MarshallGrove, OK
So sorry for your loss, she was a person whom you instantly liked the second you met her. Always had a warm smile. You’ll see her again on the other side and she’ll be smiling that beautiful smile. Peace and comfort be with you 🙏🏻
Kathy Rosa-CoeStillwater, OK
Lisa was so much fun and I am blessed that I met her so many years ago. My thoughts are with her daughter, family, friends and rollerderby brothers and sisters during such a difficult time. She will be truly missed.
Teresa Deardorff (Siouxsie)Joplin, MO
My thoughts and prayers for the many, many friends and family of this wonderful woman. She was so full of life and a huge ball of fun. I can still hear her laugh.
Cheryl MclainSand Springs, OK
You lit up this world. My heart hurts that you’re gone way too soon. I’ll always remember all the silly little kid times we had together. Love you girl!
Amanda LambertTulsa, OK
So sorry for your loss
Connie BenhamPerry, OK
My guardian angel through thick and thin. Always there when i needed someone.
I love you homie. Ill miss you everyday
Mike Wildman GeorgeStillwater, OK
My Best friend 💕
Life will never be the same without you 💔
Love you 😘 Forever Young 💗
Melissa (Vaden) MaitlenCushing, OK
Going to miss you much. Until we see each ither again. Our condolences and love.
Jen GoodwinOklahoma city, OK