Vaughn C. Doane (July 24, 1928 - September 18, 2011)

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Vaughn C. Doane
  • July 24, 1928
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  • September 18, 2011

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Vaughn C. Doane, 83, of Edgewater died peacefully Sunday, September 18, 2011 at his home with his family by his side.  Vaughn was born July 24, 1928 in Sandusky, MI.  He served his country with the US Navy during the Korean Conflict.  Vaughn worked as a butcher and Meat Inspector for the Department of Agriculture.  He and his wife moved to this area in 1983 from Sandusky, MI.  Vaughn was preceded in death by his wife, Norma on May 11, 2011.  He is survived by his two sons, Gary and daughter-in-law, Roberta of Edgewater and Alan of South Carolina.  Private family services will be held.   Private Family services will be held.

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  1. Pettasandre says:
    19 May 2012
    Lorin,While I do not know the sources of some of the cliams Tom makes regarding N. Korea as the source of crystal meth into NE China nor even the execution of those forcibly repatriated and would like to see some attribution for such cliams, I have to admit that I can believe both would be possible under that regime. It is, after all, the same regime that has freely shared its knowledge of nuclear weapons technology with other nations, happily conducted weapons transfers to pariah nations, forcibly kidnapped citizens from other nations (Japan) and guiltlessly counterfeited US dollars to fund its own bankrupt economy.As to China paying attention to its own faults, can you please be more specific to such an assertion? How do you come to such a view? Are you referring to the government (which, to my knowledge, has demonstrated a complete inability and unwillingness to do so) or to its people (who are discouraged from doing so by that same government)? Or perhaps another entity in the country that has become more reflective in the past 30 years? And to which reform are you referring, economic, political, cultural, another? If economic, that was done to enable stable governance. I have seen little true political reform that was not geared toward political stability (or harmony, depending upon your point of view) such as local elections in small villages that have rarely had any significant impact. And any cultural reform would seem unlikely since the Party has spent a great deal of time revising history to match its own interpretation particularly ancient Chinese history. If China were truly paying attention to its own faults, it would address its own history under the Party something that it has singularly failed to do to any meaningful degree. As I have noted here before, unless and until China and the Party addresses its past, it will be unable to escape it to create a better future. I would hope that you are right and that it is occurring, but I fear that it is not and will not unless there is a change in leadership.

  2. Patra says:
    01 Oct 2011
    Dear Family, I would like to express my sincere condolences at the loss of your dear loved one. Please be assured that your tears are not unnoticed by the Creator of Life. Although your deep pain will not easily disappear, praying to God will bring comfort to you as you grieve. The Bible tells us that God is "healing the broken-hearted ones and is binding up their painful spot (Psalm 147:3). May the "Father of tender mercies" and the "God of all comfort" strengthen your faith and give you courage to face the days ahead (2 Corinthians 1:3). My sincere condolences to the family.

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