Sylvia Barton Vaught, of San Marcos, TX, died after a brief battle with cancer at her residence on Monday, October 17, 2011. Born in Frederick OK, she was raised in Houston, TX. She graduated Milby High School in 1952 and that year married Lawrence Truman Vaught.
Preceded in death by her husband of 51 years and her youngest daughter Holly Caryl Vaught, Sylvia is survived by her son Lawrence Steven Vaught and daughter Jami Vaught Moore of San Marcos.
She also leaves behind her grandson Casey Lee Vaught of San Marcos along with her former daughter-in-law Melinda Vaught and granddaughter Callie Vaught of Denver, CO.
Sylvia had a long and distinctive career, as the president/CEO of Enron Credit Union, she also served on the Board of Directors for the Texas Credit Union League and was inducted in the 2005 Texas Credit Union Hall of Fame
Sylvia will be remembered by her friends and colleagues as “a princess, a trooper and a real lady”.
A memorial service will be held on October 22 at 4:00 p.m. at Holland St. Church of Christ., 205 E. Holland St., San Marcos, TX. There will also be a graveside service at Forest Park Lawndale in Houston. Arrangements pending.
The family would like to request any donations to be made to Holland St. Church of Christ, 205 E. Holland Street, San Marcos, Texas 78666.
Arrangements under the care and guidance of Pennington Funeral Home, 323 N. Comanche, San Marcos, TX 78666, 512-353-4311. Obituary and guestbook online at www.penningtonfuneralhome.com
Linda WinkfeinOctober 19th, 2011 on 9:41 pm
Great lady-Great friend. She was so loved and will be missed by so many. It was always nice to visit with her and hear her stories. She had a ton of them and was so able to make them all very interesting with her great sense of humor!
James GibsonOctober 19th, 2011 on 10:01 pm
Sylvia was a true friend and will surely be missed by all….especially by her CUNA School and CCUE Classmates. I am so disappointed I cannot attend her memorial service due to a business conflict. My heart goes out to Slyvia’s family for the loss of a very special mother and person.
Jimmy JonesOctober 24th, 2011 on 3:22 pm
Sorry I could not make it to the service Saturday. MaryShawn said it was a very nice service. Sylvia was always very nice to me the few times I had the pleasure of being around her and welcomed me into the family.She will be missed. Hold your head up during this time of sadness because I can assure you she is having the best time of her life!