Lou Stout November 3, 1927 – April 20, 2016

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stoutLou Stout, Mary Louise Grice Webster Stout, left this world on Wednesday, April 20, to join her loving husband, Bob, and one of her dearest friends, Betty Kavanaugh, in Heaven. She was born in Dallas, Texas, on November 3, 1927.

Lou is survived by her beloved friend’s daughter, Jody Cook (Pat) of Ovilla, Texas, and their children; sister-in-law, Dorothy Webster of Fruitvale, Texas, and her children; sister-in-law, Mary Ann Cundiff of Petty, Texas, and her children; her loving, caring friends; and her neighbors, Rich Pinkston and John Jones of Dallas, Texas. Wow! To know her is to love her.

Her favorite quote was “the good always die young, so this must mean I’ll be around here forever.” Well, we all can say Lou was one Beautiful person inside and out. Lou did not have any children in either of her marriages to Jonny Webster or Bob Stout, but together they all loved, homed, and cared for over 47 dogs and cats. She was a devoted animal lover and still, to the day she died, caring for strays and feeding any animal including a raccoon and possum that made a home at her place.

Lou was a very giving person and would give and help anyone in need. She came into the world talking and in her dying state still had to have the last word. She always had a story to tell, a very vocal vocabulary (sometimes bad), her love of milk, so proud at 88 years old to still have her own teeth, late night movies, sugar donuts, Elvis Presley, Norma’s Café and a very loud contagious laugh. We will always remember these things about her.

One thing we know: she was a Christian and is with our Lord Jesus now and will remain in our hearts and memories forever.

stoutVisitation with the family will begin, one hour prior to service, at 10:00 am, Thursday, April 28, 2016, at Jaynes Memorial Chapel.

Funeral services are 11:00 am, Thursday, April 28, 2016, at Jaynes Memorial Chapel.

Interment will follow at Little Bethel Memorial Park, Duncanville, TX.