Janell “Sue” Marie Vaughan

Janell “Sue” Marie Vaughan

August 18, 1943 - February 22, 2022

Janell “Sue” Marie Vaughan

August 18, 1943 - February 22, 2022


Janell (Sue) Marie Vaughan

Sue was born on August 18, 1943 to John and Edna Clark in Kankakee, IL.  She was the second of nine children and she loved her big family.

Sue was married to Stuart Vaughan and they mostly raised their children there.  In 1984 they moved to Phoenix, AZ as the job opportunities where plentiful in comparison to a small midwestern town.  It was here that Sue discovered her dream job in Medical Research.  Not only was she working with patients, doing medical charting but she was also traveling with her collegues to various states and to Bermuda.

Sue is survived by her brothers:  Jerry, Richard, Roger and Todd and her sisters:  June, Joan, Johna & Jody.  She is also survided by her children:  Vincent, Tammy (Joe) , Jamie (Bridgette) and Cheri.  She was blessed with 7 grandchildren, Nathan Vaughan, Shelby Vaughan, Ryan Demeter, Travis Vaughan, Tyler Bower, Hannah Demeter and Zayler Kirkpatrick.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Stuart Vaughan and daughter-in-law, Barbara (Vince) Vaughan.

Sue requested that a Memorial Service not be held and that her ashes by spread by her loved ones in Payson, AZ at a later date.  She wants everyone to remember her the way she was prior to becoming so ill last year.


Donations can be made to:

The Arthritis Foundation

Hospice of the Valley

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3 responses to Janell “Sue” Marie Vaughan

  1. Rest in Piece!

  2. David j keen says:

    Dear cousin sue our life lines took us in different directions thru life however your tremendous great smile and personality was in my thoughts throughout the years , that is how you will always be remembered.
    David,Judy and Heidi keen

  3. Sue I still remember the many summers that the Clark’s and Keen’s spent together plus all the family reunions held the Kankakee, Momence and Crown Point areas and the great times had by all. Over the years we all took different paths all over the country but I never those good times. I was glad to have seen you Raylan’s memorial.


    Donald Keen

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