Richard H. “Dick” Stout

July 17, 2018

Richard H. “Dick” Stout passed away unexpectedly at his home in Ormond Beach, Florida on July 17, 2018 at the age of 68.

Dick was born in Frankfort, Indiana to parents Harry T. and Mary (Patrick) Stout on March 20, 1950. He was the youngest of three siblings. His brother, Tom, preceded him in death as well as Tom’s son, John Patrick Stout, with whom he had a special bond. Mark Stout and Anne (Stout) Wolf also had a special relationship with their uncle. His sister, Susan, survives and her four sons, Joe, Paul, Nick, and Charles Redmond also have fond memories of their Uncle Dick. He was class president of his 1968 Frankfort High School’s graduating class. He followed his older brother Tom to Wabash College and pledged to Sigma Chi fraternity. After graduating in 1972 he went on pursue the American dream in a variety of business ventures.

Dick was a charming rascal fortunate to have married two exceptional women and is survived by four children. James, Robert, Michael, and Mary whom all lament the passing of their enigmatic father.  His most recent years have been spent soaking up the Florida sun and reveling in his granddaughter Juniper’s laughter.

Dick leaves many friends who appreciated his special view of life and all are welcome to join the family in a celebration of life.

Visitation and Services

The memorial gathering will be will be held Arborwood in Frankfort, Indiana on Friday, September 21 from 1:30-3:30 pm. A private graveside service will be conducted by Goodwin Funeral Home at Greenlawn Cemetery, Frankfort, Indiana.


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3 Condolences for “Richard H. “Dick” Stout”

  1. Greg and Karen Wysong August 7, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Dick had the best smile. I don’t know that I ever saw him when he didn’t have a quick smile. Rascal is a good description as there was a lot of crazy times when we were in high school and Dick was usually in the mix. Thoughts and prayers for the entire family.
    Karen Panke Wysong

  2. Mary Kay Peterman August 11, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    Very sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. Sending prayers to his children and other family. He was quite a charmer with always a smile and the look of some mischief in those eyes! We socialized years ago when he lived in Shawano WI. I am sure Dick is having a “good old time” with my ex-huband, Rick, who recently died unexpectedly as well. Both gone way too soon and missed by many!

  3. Becky Kennedy Maisenbacher January 8, 2019 at 7:24 pm

    I send my condolences and prayers to family. Upon my arrival at Frankfort High School as a sophomore in the fall of 1966, knowing no one, Dick graciously introduced himself at the first away football match. He was thoughtful, kind, humorous and sensitive to others, always displaying that great smile. Over the years I have thought of him often and still today am thankful for his kindness and friendship. What a great guy! Always remembered!

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