October 30th, 1956 - August 26th, 2018
Joseph Martin Stout, age 61 of Brookville, passed away at home on Sunday, August 26, 2018. Joseph was born in Hamilton, Ohio on October 30, 1956 to Oscar and Dorothy (Gundler) Stout-Vornheder. He enjoyed leather work, fishing, camping, and spending time with his family. Joseph was in the United States Air Force from 1981-1987. On June 12, 1976 he married Diane L. Ward and together they had three children.
Joseph is survived by his children; Michael (Christina) Stout of Huntersville, NC, Andrea (Jeremy) Henson of Morrow, OH, and Timothy (Megan) Stout of Brookville, IN; his grandchildren, Linden, Eliana, Owen, West, Leia, Adalyn; his siblings, Karl Stout, Sonia Kuhlmann, Mary Boyd Brown, and Jesse Hundley; three brothers-in-law, Darius (Norma) Ward of Brookville, IN, Doug (Barb) Ward of Camden, OH, and Dennis (Carolyn) Ward of Brookville, IN; and numerous other family members and friends. Joseph was preceded in death by his wife of 36 years, Diane Stout; his brother, Mark Boyd; and his parents.
Graveside service will be held at Rose Hill Burial Park, 2421 Princeton Road, Hamilton, Ohio, on Friday, August 31, 2018 at 1:00 PM with Pastor David Chakranarayan officating. Memorial contributions can be made at www.cholangiocarcinoma.org or https://www.in.gov/dva/franklin.htm 1010 Franklin Ave. Rm. 104 Brookville, IN 47012.
|I would like to convey my deepest condolences to the whole family during this time Joe was a very gentle soul and he will be missed my prayers to the family.|
|Joe has found rest and has been re-united with his forever love, Diane. Praying for the family during these difficult times. Sending my love..|
|My thoughts and prayers are with Joe's family. I remember Joe back in grade school and the one thing that stands out in my mind is how nice he was and continued to be his entire life. Joe will be missed.|
|My deepest condolences to you & beloved family. My prayers to the family during these difficult times.|
|My deepest sympathies and greatest prayers are with all of this family. I loved Joe and Diane and such inspirations of Love Sending you all hugs Sincerely, Paula Nordheim|
|I loved you and the family and it's gone until tomarow we failed and foster or not we loved you good by|
Susan (Ferguson) Berretz
|My deepest sympathies to your family. I first met Joe in 9th grade. He sat by me in Mrs. Kelly's English class. I was one of those kids who talked & since Joe sat by me I talked to him. Joe was very popular & for good reason, outside of being a handsome kid he was funny & kind. You knew he loved his family & was a good friend. I reconnected with Joe through FB & when his wife Diane got sick I shared with Joe my own story of liver disease. Joe & family were in my prayers & I tried to share as many encouraging words with him as God gave me. Through it all his love for God, his family & friends shined through his shattered heart. May God comfort & bless your family. Joe is fondly remembered & will be greatly missed.|
|Joe was such a good Christian man. I really enjoyed knowing him. My heartfelt prayers to all the family.|