Mary Lou Vaught

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Mary Lou Renner Vaught, 83, of Danville died January 3, 2018 at home with her girls. Mary Lou was born April 22, 1934 in Pulaski County to the late Clyde and Eula Hansford Renner. She is member of Lexington Avenue Baptist Church and a retired bookkeeper for Greenleaf Plant Food and Dix River Stone. Mary Lou is the widow of Charlie Bob Vaught and was predeceased by two brothers Bill Renner and Howard Renner. Survivors include three daughters Jennifer Lynn Vaught of Danville, Amy Dailey of Loveland, Ohio, and Beth Shepherd of Lawrenceburg, two brothers Clyde Lawrence Renner, Jr., and Tim Renner, and five grandchildren Erica Vaught, Aidan Dailey, McKenna Dailey, Nicholas Bowell and Charlie Shepherd; two son-in-laws, Mike Dailey and West Shepherd. A graveside service will be 11 am, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Danville Memorial Gardens with Rev. Keith Stillwell. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m., Monday, January 8, 2018 at Stith Funeral Home in Danville. Memorial donations are suggested to Lexington Avenue Baptist Church. Visitation: 6-8 p.m., Monday, January 8, 2018 at Stith Funeral Home in Danville Graveside service: 11 am, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Danville Memorial Gardens Burial: Danville Memorial Gardens

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  1. I will always cherish the many nights I spent at your house, Amy. Your mom was always so sweet. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  2. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. She was always so kind, and had quite the sense of humor. Prayers for comfort and peace.

  3. I am so sorry to hear this about my friend. We had so many good times together. My love and sympathy to you all. I cannot come to the service but my heart is with you. Margaret

  4. I am so sorry to hear this, unable to come but lifting up prayers for all of you. She was a very special lady and will be greatly missed!

  5. Jenny, we are so sorry . We have wonderful memories growing up in Dexter Court and our parents and us kids hanging out. I always loved your moma and daddy. Keeping you and your family in our prayers

  6. I was so terribly shocked to hear about Mary Lou! She has been the best neighbor I have every hard these last 12 or 13 years! We have had many, many wonderful conversations sitting on the front porch over the years! I will certainly miss her! May God be with each and every member of her family. She certainly loved each of you. God bless!!

  7. Amy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I wish you peace and healing during this difficult time. You are in my thoughts.

  8. Mary Lou was such a wonderful person. I knew her nearly all my life. She was a good neighbor when I was growing up, and a good friend to my parents until they both passed away. I was always so glad to see her occasionally around town. She attended a few Great American Brass Band Festivals as guests of my parents and myself. She was such a joy to be around. I was so taken back when I heard of her passing, even then, it was after her memorial service. I am so sorry I didn\’t have the opportunity to attend and share old memories. Jenny, Beth, and Amy, you have lost a wonderful mother, many others have lost a true friend. My condolences to you, as well as well as the rest of the family, and her many friends.

  9. I am so sorry to learn this sad news. What a wonderful neighbor Mary Lou was. A kind, sweet person, devoted to her family. Praying for comfort for you all.

  10. Mary Lou was wife to my close work associate Charley Vaught. I would always enjoy seeing her and Sue Helton. My wife Sandy and I will miss the times we had together after meetings. My condolences to her family, friends and neighbors.

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