Louis Stout


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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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...

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.