I met Walt 20+ years ago at a Fort Wayne law firm, he did investigative work and/or took recorded witness statements that I would type. He was such a kind, caring man and treated every witness with utmost kindness and respect, even if they weren't happy to be hearing from him. What a dear soul he was, I have never forgotten him. What an amazing legacy he leaves, may his family be blessed with peace in the days ahead.
Fort Wayne, IN
I knew Mr. Stout when I was a senior in high school in Richmond, Indiana, 1967-68. He was one of the advisors of TAC (Teenage Council). We all looked up to him as he was a great advisor and leader. Condolences to Mr Stout's family.
Walt was an amazing man. He spoke to NOrthrop students in my history class about what it was like on D-Day in Normandy and all the way through The Bulge. Walt, thank you for your tireless service. May you find rest you humble servant.
I was a young punk with a smart mouth when I met Officer Stout. He was very patient with me (when he could have slapped me silly). He was a man's man and he showed me how a man should act. Over the years I have thought of him and the example that he set. I am now 69 years old and still grateful to Officer Stout for helping me to grow as a human being. He will never know how many youngsters he helped like he helped me. May he rest in peace.
MAY OUR HEAVENLY FATHER GIVE ALL HIS LOVED ONES PEACE. KNOW THAT WALTER WAS A WONDERFUL MAN AND THE STUDENTS AT FWCS DRIVER EDUCATION LEARNED ALOT FROM HIM.
FAITH, LOVE AND PEACE,