In Memory

Terry Coughlon

Terry L. Coughlon, 54, of Clare, died Wednesday, September, 12, 2007, at his home.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, September, 17, at 9:45 am in the Chapel of the Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home and 10:30 am at St. Matthew's Church in Clare with the Rev. Tim Johnson officiating at the Mass of Christian Burial. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery in Clare. Friends may call after 5:00 pm Sunday where there will be a vigil for the deceased at 7:00 pm at the funeral home.

Survivors include- his wife- Deb; sons- Nick and his wife Stefanie Vaughn of Manson, Heath Vaughn of Palmer, Jeremy Vaughn and his wife Rachel of Rockwell City, and Wyatt Wood of Fort Dodge; daughter- Kerry (Vaughn) Akins and her husband Jason of Harcourt; grandchildren- Victoria, Colton, and Tyra Vaughn; brothers Davy Coughlon and his wife Connie of CO, Mike Coughlon of Fort Dodge; sisters- Shirley McMahon and her husband Joe of Fort Dodge, Betty Condon and her husband Robert of Clare, Bev Axness and her husband Terry of Badger, Mary Coughlon and her companion Kelly Holder of Fort Dodge; and a brother-in-law- Dick Shannon of Twin Lakes.

He was preceded in death by his parents David and Helen (McElroy) Coughlon, and his sister- Maureen Shannon.

Terry L. Coughlon was born on November 21, 1952, in Fort Dodge. He attended elementary school in Clare and graduated from St. Edmond High School. He was employed as a machinist at Chantland's in Humboldt for over 20 years. Terry was united in marriage to Deb (Hicks) Wood on August 5, 1995, in Gowrie. The couple made their home on an acreage south of Clare. Besides working on the family farm, Terry enjoyed gardening, fishing, and especially loved spending time with his family.



 
  Post Comment

12/23/11 09:13 PM #1    

Joni Coughlon

I didn't know Terry very well.  I do remember he was very nice and kind in school.  We sat beside each other in school when lined up alphabetically,  We ended up sitting near each other frequently.  Terry was married and had a family.

 

Rest in peace, Terry.

 

 


  Post Comment