Louis-Stout-Obituary

Louis Stout

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I met Louis in the children's program at Bible Study Fellowship about 10 years ago. I remember being intimidated by solid leaders like Louis in the program. I wondered if I would measure up to the task and I remember Louis encouraging me. He said You love Jesus - Jesus has you, you will do fine Immediately I was put at ease.
Louis recently chatted with me and said, from time to time he would see a former student in public in a grocery store or out shopping that he taught when they...

Ann,
My heart aches when I think about your loss. Your husband was an amazing man. Please take care of yourself. Be strong for the sake of others who love you and I will be in touch.

Back to your Roots-Cynthiana, Ky 2011

Mr. Stout's work on black high school sports teams in Kentucky is a testament to his roots. "Overtime," now in His Court!

Dear Ann,
I was saddened to learn of Lou's passing only today. I know you and Juan are heartbroken from your loss. Know my thoughts and prayers are with you. I know you are extremely proud of your life with Lou as well you should be with so many accomplishments.
You Dear Ann are often thought of and still viewed as a mentor and life changing teacher. Love never dies.
Your old friend and student, Jane

Anna and Family - may God be with you in this time of sorrow as you begin the healing. Years have passed but so many memories linger.
Take care,
Deborah Mapp-Embry

May God keep u n His care

Anna, you are in our prayers. Carla and A.Frazier Curry, Louisville Ky.

Obituary

Louis's Obituary

STOUT Louis, husband of Anna Mabson Stout entered the kingdom of heaven early Sunday morning following a brief illness. Born on May 17, 1939, he was the son of the late Elizabeth Wilson Ford and John Stout. A native of Cynthiana, Ky., Louis graduated from Cynthiana High School and was a member of...

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