Let us not forget Sierah Joughin every year on February 11 and July 19. We will not forget the way you live on this earth.
Sierah “Ce” Catherine Joughin
(February 11, 1996 to July 19, 2016)
MEMORIES OF SIERAH JOUGHIN:
Sierah “Ce” Catherine
Sierah “Ce” Catherine Joughin was born February 11, 1996 in Sylvania, Ohio. A graduate of Evergreen High School, Sierah was entering into her junior year at the University of Toledo where she was a member of the business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. She played volleyball throughout high school and also intramural at UT. She was serving an internship at ICE Industries where she planned to work in human resource management after graduating. She was appreciative of every opportunity presented to her and made the most of them.
Sierah was full of life and had a great sense of humor. She enjoyed traveling, especially her trip throughout Italy. She loved both country and city living and had a deep love for horses. Sierah's family and their traditions were very important to her and she treasured spending time together at Coldwater Lake.
Sierah is survived by her mother, Sheila (Matt) Vaculik; father, Tom (Darcy) Joughin; sister, Kayla Joughin; brother, Carson Joughin; brother, Hunter Vaculik; sister, Avah Vaculik; grandparents, Pete and Cathy Shaffer, Cleantha Joughin, and Mike and Linda Klute; aunts and uncles, Tara and Howard Ice, Zack and Cathy Shaffer, Dan and Carrie Joughin, Bill Joughin, and Shana Joughin. She was preceded in death by uncle, Richard Joughin; and grandfather, Ward Joughin.
Visitation will be from 2:00-9:00 p.m. on Thursday in the Walker Funeral Home, 5155 Sylvania Ave. (west of Corey Rd.) Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 29, 2016 at Christ the Word Church, 3100 Murd Rd. (at Central Ave.) Sylvania. Private Interment will take place at Amboy Township Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions are suggested to the Sierah Joughin Memorial Scholarship Fund c/o the Toledo Community Foundation, 300 Madison Ave., Suite 1300, Toledo, OH 43604. Online condolences may be shared at
As published in The Blade
Published in Toledo Blade on July 26, 2016
PHOTO DESCRIPTION: Sierah Jourghin (left); James Worley Fulton County Sheriff's Office; AP
Sierah Joughin's family walks out of courtroom, but says death penalty is justice
James Worley sentenced to death
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