Born in Cholchester County, Nova Scotia Surrounded by family.
Survived by his three daughters Elaine Moore (Randy), Julie Charles (Jim), Marianne Turner (Terry).
Grandchildren Leigh-Anne Marquis (Andrew), Allison Bisram (Faith), Jamie Charles, Christopher Charles (Mike), Kevin Charles (Nicole), Jennifer Turner-Wiggins (Tom), Brian Turner (Tara).
Great-grandchildren Moechia, Zachary, Nathan, Bella, Isaac, Lily, Kaylee.
Also survived by his sister Joan.
Predeceased by his wife Dolly Geldart (1991); father Walter, mother Francis; siblings Delbert, Roland, Eric and Delena.
There will be no more morning daily trips on the scooter to the coffee shop to enjoy conversation with the geezers; to solve all the worlds problems with nothing going according to plan.
Downtown Brampton's ice cream and pretzel shops will see a drop in sales, but will have to worry less about the risk of broken windows from Vaughn banging on the window to let them know he's outside waiting.
To the owner of his favourite downtown breakfast place, it is okay to be late.
Much appreciation to Veterans Affairs and the Palliative Care Team for their compassion.
It was Vaughn's request to be cremated immediately following his passing; with no funeral service.
Please join us in a celebration of Vaughn's life on Sunday, February 17th, between the hours of 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. at Alderlea, 40 Elizabeth Street South, Brampton.