Vaughn Corlett Allred Daniels, May 23, 1908 - March 4, 2001

Deseret News, Tuesday, March 6, 2001

Vaughn Daniels

     Bountiful--Vaughn Corlett Allred Daniels, our beloved mother, grandmother,
and great-grandmother passed away on March 4, 2001 in Bountiful, Utah
because her life was over.

     She was born May 23, 1908 in Hamilton Fort, Utah to Thomas and May Benson
Corlett.  Her early years were spent in Utah County and she was a graduate of
Provo High School.  Vaughn attended Utah State University where her major was
fashion design and textiles.  After living and working in California, Vaughn
moved to Price, Utah where she met and married Reid L. Allred on April 8,
1939.  He passed away on May 1, 1968.  She later married William M. Daniels.
He passed away on December 28, 1971.

     During her years in Price, Vaughn was active in many community
organizations.  She was a past State President of Utah Ladies of Elks.  She
was a member of the LDS Church.  Vaughn was a true lady, cultured, refined,
and dignified.  She had a love of clothes and fashion, and she always looked
beautiful.  She was a wonderful cook, and she made her home an inviting and
comfortable place.  She was an accomplished seamstress, designing and sewing 
clothes for herself, her children, and her grandchildren.  Grandma Bonnie
will be fondly remembered for her chicken collection which continued to grow
every year.  Vaughn loved the beauties of the earth, especially flowers and
trees, and she spent many enjoyable hours tending to them.  She loved to 
learn and possessed a sharp mind and keen intellect.  She valued education,
reading, and keeping up with current events.

     Those giving thanks for her life include a son, Dr. R. James Allred
(Lynne), Salt Lake City; a daughter, Claudia Crawford (Blaine), Centerville;
a sister, Beulah Boshard, Rocklin, CA.

     Grandma Bonnie had a close personal relationship with each of her eight
grandchildren, Kori, Ty, Mike, Susan, Shanen, Ryan, Elizabeth, and Steven.
She was blessed with 13 great-grandchildren who knew and loved her as their

     The family wishes to express special thanks for the love, help, and
support given by the staff and her friends at the Inn on Barton Creek.

     A viewing will be held Wednesday evening March 7, 2001 from 6:30-8 PM
at the Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary, 295 North Main.  The family will
hold a private service on Thursday and will then meet at 2:30 PM at the 
Price City Cemetery where friends are invited to join them.

     In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions in Vaughn's name to
the Red Butte Garden, 18A deTrobriand Street, Salt Lake City, UT  84113-5044.