Lois Eileen Stout

1925 - 2020

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Lois E. "Sis" Stout, 94, of Kenton passed away on Monday, March 30, 2020 at her residence. Sis was born on October 5, 1925 in Kenton to the late Howard and Eva (Decker) Scott. She married Wilbur Stout on January 16, 1944 and he preceded her in death on September 21, 1989. Sis is survived by two daughters: Sharon (Doyle) Sams of Kenton, and Connie (John) Spencer of Huntsville. She is also survived by two grandchildren: Tobi (Darin) Collins and John (Nichole) Spencer, both of Bellefontaine; and three great-grandchildren: Carson, Isabella, and Amelia Spencer. She was preceded in death by her brother, Raymond Scott. Sis was a member of the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church where she was previously active in playing the organ. She also previously served as the Township Clerk of McDonald Township. Mrs. Stout was a member of the Lawrence Valley Grange for over 70 years and Fides King's Daughter's in Belle Center. She was also a Hospital and Red Cross volunteer. A private family service will be held and burial will be in Fairview-McDonald Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SCHINDEWOLF-STOUT-CRATES FUNERAL HOME. Memorial contributions can be made to the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, 15224 CR 75, Kenton, OH 43326 or Universal Hospice. Online condolences can be expressed to the family by visiting stoutcrates.com.


Service Information

  • Service Location:

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  • Final Resting Place:

    Fairview McDonald Cemetery [Map]
    State Route 67 West
    Kenton, Ohio

  • Contributions:

    Mt. Zion United Methodist Church - Stout
    15224 CR 75
    Kenton, Ohio 43326

    Universal Home Health & Hospice - Stout

    102 W Columbus St
    Kenton, Ohio 43326

  • Instructions:

    All services will be private.



Condolences For Lois Eileen Stout

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To : Sharon and Connie
Date :Wednesday, April 1st 2020
From : Tonda Baker Robinson
So sorry for your loss. Your mom was always so cheerful and nice to be around.



To : Sharon and connie
Date :Wednesday, April 1st 2020
From : Mike and Peggy Fry
Very sorry to hear about Sis. Hope all of you are doing well

Mike and Peggy



To : Sharon and Connie and their families
Date :Wednesday, April 1st 2020
From : Jeff and Marilyn Plikerd
Sorry for your loss especially at this time. Never easy to lose your mother. She had to have been a nice lady because she raised two wonderful daughters.



To : Sharon and Doyle
Date :Wednesday, April 1st 2020
From : Ann Henry Brown
I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family.



To : Sharon and Connie
Date :Wednesday, April 1st 2020
From : Larry Linda Phillips
Sorry for your loss. She always had a smile. Glad she had a good long life.



To : Doyle Sharon John Connie and family
Date :Thursday, April 2nd 2020
From : Bill and Cindy Stratton
So sorry for this loss. I've known Sis my whole life. It was a special time when she came to my beauty shop to get her hair done. I'll miss her. God Bless and comfort your families during this time.

Bill and Cindy Stratton



To : Family of Lois Stout
Date :Thursday, April 2nd 2020
From : Mary Dave Jesse
Losing a parent is always difficult regardless of their age. Thoughts and prayers are with you.



To : Sis Stout family
Date :Thursday, April 2nd 2020
From : BruceBecky Beery and Jack Fry
Our deepest sympathy to all. Have fond memories of her and the family. May God comfort you all during these trying times !



To : Connie and Sharon
Date :Friday, April 3rd 2020
From : Cindy Moore Blair
So sorry for your loss. I heard many fun stories from Mom about her forever friend, Sis. I even just found a picture of the girls as teens. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Love, Cindy



To : Family of Lois Stout
Date :Tuesday, April 7th 2020
From : Penny Hudson
Your Mother was working as a volunteer at Hardin Memorial when I first met her; where I had been hired as the Volunteer Coordinator. She quickly became one of my favorite people to work with. She was quick with a smile, always positive and had a way of keeping things in perspective. I so enjoyed her humor and outlook on life. She was one of those people who make your life better for having know them. I am so sorry for your loss.



To : Sharon and Doyle
Date :Wednesday, April 8th 2020
From : Jill Payer
So very sorry for your loss. Sis was such a nice lady, always seen her at the hospital working away and enjoying herself. Always loved her smile, made you feel so good inside. I know she will be sorely missed. God Bless Your family



To : Sharon and Connie
Date :Thursday, April 9th 2020
From : Laurie Dysert Bopp
Thoughts and prayers. Lois was such a sweet person. I'll always remember her and Edith Core picking my sister and me up for church when we were small.




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