Katie

April 20, 1932 ~ July 17, 2020

Born in: Hazard, KY
Resided in: Hartford, KY

Katie Marie Stout, 88, of Hartford, passed away Friday, July 17, 2020 at Signature Health Care of Hartford. She was born April 20, 1932 in Hazard to the late Floyd and Jinny Richie Grisby.

Aside from her parents, Katie is preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth Stout; brothers Garcia Stout and Jeffery Stout; and a sister, Tammy Stout.
Katie was a kind, well-rounded woman, who was known to be rather laid back. She worked hard around the home, raising her family and keeping it beautiful. Mrs. Stout took great pride in being a homemaker.

She is survived by her children, Monica Stout, Veronica (Arthur) Baize, and Robin (Kelly) Stout; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Private memorial services will be carried out at a later date.

Miller Schapmire Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Stout. Share your messages of condolence with the family and sign Mrs. Stout’s virtual guest book by going to www.MillerSchapmire.com.

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  1. Remembering Katie Stout a very Smart & Kind Woman! She took me and by babies in her home as i waited the arrival of Autumn! It was there where Autunb Name was chosen! rip Katie see you soon

  2. I miss getting in bed watching Mommas family and Zeno with you ❤️
    I miss going for walks with you❤️
    I miss hearing about your childhood in eastern Ky ❤️
    I miss making you laugh eith my funny faces ❤️
    I miss all the food you would cook ❤️
    I miss our town trips with Ronnie to go shopping❤️
    That’s just a few because I miss everything about you but I know you are in good company now so I am comforted with that ❤️

  3. Sending my dearest condolences to the family. Katie was always like my second Mom growing up. I wish I could hug Monica, Veronica and of course my best friend Robin. My heart aches for you all. Please know that I’m here if any of you need me. I know a lot of people say that but I truly mean it from the bottom of my heart. I love my Stout family and always will!! ~Ronda

  4. Mammy was the most loving and beautiful women with a heart of gold I no she was there for me in so many ways I could talk to her about anything and I loved her and I miss her everyday I miss having her to talk to she would listen and she cared so much about her family and her children and I will always be thankful for her love and care and kindness I loved her she was more like a mother to me and I will love and miss her so much and if there was ever any one who would have been able to know mammy I believe would say that she was a angel here in our lives and will be a beautiful angel up in heaven I love you mammy

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