Donald  C. Stout
                                 August 30, 1956 ~ February 16, 2017

Donald  C. Stout, 60, of Middlebury, died at 11:14 am on Thursday, February
16, 2017 at residence. He was born on August 30, 1956, in Arlington, VA to
Gene E. and Dorothy (Hocking) Stout. Surviving are daughter, Michelle (Gary)
Miller of New Paris; three sons, Bryan (Kaitlyn) Stout of Middlebury, Andy
Stout of Goshen, Tim Stout of Goshen; three grandchildren, Aubrey Miller,
Carson Miller, Summer Stout; five sisters, Dianne (Lynn) Kliewer of Bristol,
Deneen  Stout of Fishers, Dolores ( Schoen of Middlebury, Darla (Ken)
Bechlem of Topeka, Dee (Jimmy) Koontz of Middlebury; four brothers, David
(Laura) Stout of Bristol, Dale  Stout of Goshen, Duane (Jennifer) Stout of
Kenosha, WI, Dean (Rhonda) Stout of Elkhart, IN. He was preceded in death
by his parents; an infant sister, Debra Stout and an infant brother, Dennis
Stout. Donald had worked for Coachman Industries for 30 years in shipping
and receiving. He had enjoyed bowling, collecting Coca-Cola products,
growing tomatoes, and shopping, always looking for the great deal. Visitation
will be from 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Monday February 20, at Miller-Stewart Funeral
Home, 1003 South Main Street Middlebury. The family will hold private burial
services at Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials may be given to the
funeral home to assist with funeral expenses.

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Worked with Don at coachmen, Sorry for your loss.
From: Wade and Deb Sturdivant
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My love and prayers go out to the family.
From: Sarah Fleming
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I worked with his father at Coachmen and went to school with several of his
siblings.  Very nice family, sorry for your loss.
From:  Jan Plummer
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At this time of difficulty I hope you'll accept my condolence and deep regrets
for your loss and because of this enemy death that shows no mercy. I'd like
to share where I found help at the time when it took my entire family. I found
this in what I read in Jehovah Gods word the Bible at  John 5:28,29 for there
it tells us we'll see our love ones again in the resurrection when Jesus brings
them back here on earth and at Isaiah 25:8 we're told that this enemy death
will be swallowed up forever. These scriptures along with others help me
cope with my loss and get through each day because  now I know I'll see my
family again and that's why I wanted to  share this with you at this difficult
time when hope and comfort is needed hoping this will help you also in some
way for this is my purpose in sharing this with you at this time. I hope you'll
feel free to let me know at and please know that I
do share your grief and hope to hear from you.
From: Gloria Mosley