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Interior designer

Sharon Vaughn Lapin, American interior designer.


Lapin, Sharon Vaughn was born on July 28, 1938 in Lagrange, Missouri, United States. Daughter of John Nolan and Wilma Emma (Huebotter) Vaughn.


Bachelor summa cum laude, University Washington, Seattle, 1960.


Appeared in various Broadway shows, television commercials and television shows, 1962—1972. Manager arts and crafts division Convenience Products Clayton Corporation, Fenton, Missouri.


Board directors St. Louis Conservatory and Schools for Arts, 1977—1992, vice president, 1982—1987. Chairman board Studio Set, 1978—1981, president, 1975—1978, board directors, 1975—1983, Friends of Science Museum, 1980—1990, vice president, 1984—1985. President associates board directors St. Louis Science Center, Inc., 1986—1987, board chairman.

Board directors Junior division St. Louis Symphony Women's Association, 1973—1975. Board directors Women's Association St. Louis Symphony, 1988—1992. Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, AEA, American Society Of Interior Designers, National Society Arts and Letters, French Heritage Society, Pi Beta Phi, Mu Phi Epsilon, St. Louis Symphony Volunteer Association, 2008-2010.


Married Byron Richard Lapin, October 14, 1972.

John Nolan Vaughn

Wilma Emma (Huebotter) Vaughn

Byron Richard Lapin