Stout, Dave obit photoDave Stout, age 55, of Lincoln, died February 20, 2017. Loving father, brother, and special friend.

Memorial Service: 5:00 pm, Feb. 24, 2017, Wyuka Funeral Home, Lincoln.  Visitation with family 4-5 pm.  Cremation, no viewing or interment.  Memorials to the family.  Condolences

9 Responses to David E. Stout

  1. JR gale says:

    You left us to soon my friend. I will miss your grin. My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Dave.

  2. Bob Coulter says:

    I grew up with you and know your whole family from Larry on down to you. We lost contact with each other but still I think about everyone. So to hear this and knowing you left us way to soon. But we do know that God must have needed you for more important work now. RIP buddy and one day we will meet again. Our Thoughts And Prayers To Daves family and to his brothers.
    You are home with your Mother and Father also Larry.
    RIP little buddy you will be missed.

  3. Sandi Marlow says:

    God bless and keep you, dear man. We are so sorry to see you go, the world is just a little colder without you. But you have earned every bit of that heavenly reward. Farewell my friend.

  4. Judy schluter says:

    We will miss you Dave I’m sorry for what you had to go trough to get to a better place but you are there now make sure you tell Larry and your dad I said hi and give Ashley a big hug for me and tell her I love her you did everything you could down here thank you for being apart of madalyns life for the last few years again you will be missed

  5. Stacey Bratrsovsky says:

    Thoughts and prayers to the whole family!

  6. Debbie says:

    God really cares for us. (Read Psalm 34:6, 18, 19; 1 Peter 5:6, 7.) Even today, we can feel safe because we know that God is always ready to help those who are faithful to him. (Psalm 79:13) But imagine how much God will do for us in the future. Jesus is King of God’s Kingdom, and he will remove violence, oppression, and wickedness from the earth. The dead will be brought back to life here on earth. (John 5:28,29; Ps 37:11,29) Then, God will give all obedient humans peace, as well as everything else they need to enjoy life. (Psalm 72:7, 12-14, 16) When we meditate on these promises, we are motivated to love our God with all our heart, soul, strength, and mind.—Luke 10:27. More comfort you can get is my email and my text 919-561-8472.

  7. Chris Vacanti says:

    Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Family. We will miss you and your bright smile! May the perpetual Light Shine Apon You. God Bless all of you.

  8. LeAnn says:

    Thank you all so very much for your warm thoughts

  9. Linda says:

    Our thoughts & prayers are with you.

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