Martino M Vaughn


Martino M. Vaughn was born March 10, 1973 in Columbus, Ohio to Walker Vaughn and Lillie H. Vaughn. He went from Labor to Reward on March 18, 2013.

He graduated from walnut Ridge High School in 1992.

He worked at Children’s Hospital for a number of years and UPS.

Martino was Baptized and received The Holy Ghost at a young age under the Pastorship of Arethia Anderson. Martino lived and breathed sports all his adult life. Anyone who wanted to know anything about sports, just call Marty.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Walter Vaughn Sr. and Lillie (McElheney) Vaughn and brother Walter Vaughn Jr.

He is survived by partner Areath Kessler, brothers Joseph (Debbie) Vaughn, Daniel (Maria) Vaughn and Charles (Tammie) Vaughn, sister Lillie (Henry )Shaw, Annie (William) Commedo, Dorothy Brown and Rose Vaughn, aunt Lillie Robinson, sister in law Margo Vaughn, children Seonda Vaughn, Maurice Vaughn, Serenity Vaughn and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and coworkers.

Condolence Messages

  1. Dear Vayghn Family,

    I am so sorry to hear about Marty. I do know that he is in a better place and Mom and Dad were there to greet him.

    So Sorry,

    SFC Boatwright

  2. My prayers go out to the Vaughn family and my son Seonda Vaughn for there lose. Marty was a great friend and father who will be truly missed. Seonda stay strong your father will always be with you and will watch over you from heaven. Your family and friends and myself will always be here for you. RIP Marty gone but never forgotten. I will see you in heaven

  3. Met you at Hollywood and I know after talking to you once were a great person. God choose another angel. Too soon my brother you will be greatly missed. Thoughts and prayers go out to your family. I lost my brother Thanksgiving I know it's not easy and there are people like me around to help you make it through. God be with you

  4. My dearest little brother, you have been such a blessing. Truly the Lord has opened the Gates of Heaven and welcomed you home. I truly miss you my dear brother, but one day we shall meet again in a place called Heaven, in the presence of our Lord.

    Daniel A. Vaughn
    United States Navy retired

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