Louise Vaught, devoted mother and grandmother, went home to be with the Lord she so deeply loved on August 12, 2020 at the age of 91. She was born in Oklahoma City on July 1, 1929 to Frank P. Zurline and Lenora Geiger Zurline, the youngest of 6 children. Louise was raised on a farm in Southwest Oklahoma City and grew up with a strong belief in Jesus Christ. Her Catholic faith was an integral part of her daily living. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 47 years, Russell D. Vaught; her parents; three brothers, Philip F. Zurline, Eugene R. Zurline and Charles W. Zurline; and two sisters, Viola Bartlett and Dolores Stavinoha. Louise is survived by her three precious daughters, Valerie Campbell of La Junta, Colorado, Laure Majors of Edmond, Oklahoma, and Teresa Avants of Edmond, Oklahoma; her wonderful sons-in-law, John Campbell, Oscar Majors and Tony Avants; five precious grandchildren, Marissa Struthers (Jerod), Collin Campbell, Savanna Avants, Connor Avants, and Tyler Avants; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.Louise attended Sacred Heart Catholic School in grade school and graduated from Capitol Hill Senior High in 1946. She attended evening classes at Oklahoma City University while working at American Iron & Machine Works. She treasured the friends made there and stayed in touch with many of them. She was an active member of the Coronado Club, a Catholic young people's social group, for many years.She met her husband, Russell, at a dance in Oklahoma City. After a year or more of dating, they were married in April 1956 and made their home and raised their family in Midwest City. She and Russell were members of St. Philip Neri Catholic Church of Midwest City for 43 years until their move to Edmond in 1999. In 2000, they moved and have been faithful members of St. Andrew Catholic Church in Moore since that time.Louise was actively involved in many civic, charitable, and social activities in her earlier years. She received the Midwest City Pilot Club "Woman of the Year" Award in 1970; was named one of Oklahoma Hospitality Club's "Ladies in the News" in 1973; and given the "Women in Communication Byliners Award" in 1975. She and her husband, Russell, received the Oklahoma City Bicentennial Commission "Award of Honor" in 1975. Louise served as Vice President of The Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra Women's Committee; Vice President of Bicentennial Commission for the Tinker Area; Chairman of the Allied Arts Drive Women's Division 1974-1976; Director of the Allied Arts Foundation 1977-78; President and Charter Member of the Junior Service League of Midwest City; President of Red Bud Women's Club of Oklahoma City 1980; Member of Oklahoma City Chapter of Freedoms Foundation 1980 to present; and Member of the Mid-Del-TAFB 100 Club.Louise worked alongside her husband, Russell, from the latter part of the 80's in many areas of their business ventures, developing and managing two business parks. She and her husband retired in June of 2002.In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City, 1232 N. Classen Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73106. At Louise's request, the Rosary will be said at the Smith & Kernke N. May Chapel, Sunday, August 16, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Moore, OK Monday, August 17, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. officiated by Father Jack Feehily, with interment at Rose Hill Burial Park in Oklahoma City.