Robert W. Stout

Born: Thu., Jan. 21, 1954
Died: Tue., Jan. 19, 2016


11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Sun., Jan. 31, 2016
Location: Pulliam Funeral Home

Memorial Service

1:00 PM Sun., Jan. 31, 2016
Location: Pulliam Funeral Home

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Mr. Robert W. Stout, age 61, of Robinson, IL, and formerly of Canyon, TX, passed away Tuesday January 19, 2016 at 8:00 AM at Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Care, Robinson, IL, following a brief period of declining health.

Born January 21, 1954 in Hutchinson, KS, he was the son of Jeff W. and Carrie Stout.  He married Julie (Blair), and they later divorced.  Robert held a degree in Broadcast Journalism and was employed as an over the road truck driver for Transport America.  Robert was also a Karaoke DJ and was very passionate about music.

Survivors include his former wife, Julie Blair, Olney, IL; sons, Robert W. Stout Jr., Duluth, MN; Christopher William Stout, Amarillo, TX; daughters, Roxanne Stout, Sherman, TX; Tara Petitjean, Olney, IL; step-son, Cody Baird, Olney, IL; one grandson; Amarillo, TX, a step-grandson, Kaeden Petitjean, Olney, IL; one cousin, Donna Robinson, Inkom, ID and a friend and caregiver, Denise Lyke, Robinson, IL.

A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday January 31, 2016 at 1:00 PM at Pulliam Funeral Home, Robinson, IL.  A time of visitation will be Sunday from 11:00 AM until time of service at 1:00 PM at Pulliam Funeral Home, Robinson, IL.

Memorial donations may be made to the Robert W. Stout Memorial Fund, with envelopes available at the funeral home.

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DaRcy Louer
   Posted Wed January 20, 2016
My deepest condolences to the Stout family. He was always a kind man to me both before and after the death of my first husband. He and Julie even let my oldest son stay with them on occasion when he didn't have anywhere else to go and when he took advantage of their kindness. For that I am truly and deeply sorry!

He enjoyed talking to me about my late husband, my sons, music, our friend Brian and pretty much anything I was comfortable talking about. We weren't as close as some people were with him. However I always knew if I got a hold of him, he would listen and not judge.

When he sang to me at my mother's river gathering, I could feel the emotion. I had tears in my eyes. I will never forget that. Walking around the campsite singing what was being played over the speakers. His true love of music and people was evident.

Thank you DJ Guns for keeping music alive and for being one of the few men I have known that I knew I could trust being around.

RIP Guns! When you see Tim, give him a hug from his living family but especially his sons.

Your friend,

DaRcy (Robinson) Louer


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