Hazel Vaughn Hatter Moran, 76, of Hatter Road, Kings Mountain died Tuesday, March 11 at her home.
A native of Casey County, she was born Wednesday, Nov. 11, 1931 to the late Lewis Cash and Betty Allen Vaughn. She worked for 24 years at Cowdens in Lancaster, attended Mt. Olive Christian Church, and was the widow of Arlis "Mitch" Hatter and Paul Moran.
She was also preceded in death by two brothers, James and Gene Vaughn; and sisters, Lovie Buck, Rosie Lay, and an infant sister.
Survivors include a son, Michael (Teresa) Hatter of Kings Mountain; four daughters, Phyllis (Phillip) Harris of Cincinnati, Ohio, Marketta Woods (friend Sonny Tucker) of Liberty, Marilee (Greg) Monroe of Sunbright, Tenn., and Kathy (Steve) Kelley of Stanford; a brother Raymond Vaughn, of Richmond; a sister, Geraldine Meiners of Milford, Ohio; several step brothers and sisters; special caregivers, Jean Hatter, Shirley Brandenburg, June Sims, and Agnes Goforth; nine grandchildren Michelle Mosier, Nick Harris, Christy Fehr, Dennis Woods, Melissa Looney, Chris Johnson, Jodi Atwood, and Erin and Justin Kelley; and eight great grandchildren, Katelynn Harris, Mitchel and Daniel Mosier, Abigail and Austin Fehr, Autumn Woods, and Mariah and Jaycob Looney.