|Birth: ||Apr. 16, 1913|
Roger Mills County
|Death: ||Mar. 18, 2003|
The Cheyenne Star, Thursday, June 8, 1933, pg 3
Seth Stout, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stout of Herring, succeeded in winning highest honors in his class in the Herring High School and was awarded a Free Scholarship in his choice of Stenographic, Bookkeeping or Telegraphic Course at the Chillicothe Business College in Chillicothe, Mo.
In December 1939 Seth, called Buck, was living in/near Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
The Cheyenne Star, Thursday, November 26, 1942, pg 1
26 COUNTY MEN INDUCTED
INTO ARMY SERVICE
Twenty-six Roger Mills County (sic) were inducted into the service of the United States Army last week by the Roger Mills County.(sic) The men are:
Seth Stout, Hammon
In May 1954 Buck was living in Elk City.
In June 1960 Buck was living in Elk City.
Buck moved his family to Colorado and in 1973 he was living in Colorado Springs.
In April 1997 Buck was retired and living in Elk City.
The Elk City Daily News, Wednesday, March 18, 2003, pg 2
Seth "Buck" Stout
Funeral services for Buck Stout are pending with Martin Funeral Home of Elk City. Buck died early today at the age of 89. A full obituary will be published when available.
The Elk City Daily News, Wednesday, March 19, 2003, pg 2A
Seth "Buck" Stout
Funeral services for Seth "Buck" Stout will be conducted Thursday, March 20th, 2003 at 10:30 a.m. from the Martin Funeral Home Chapel of Elk City with Rev. Lonnie DiSalvo and Rev. T.D. Gifford officiating. Interment will follow in the Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of the Martin Funeral Home of Elk City.
Seth "Buck" Stout was born near Hammon, Oklahoma on April 16, 1913 to James Burrell and Lagolia (Kemp) Stout. His family moved back to Texas and returned to Oklahoma and settled at Herring, Oklahoma when Buck was five years old. Buck graduated at Herring High School as the Valedictorian of his class. He farmed until he was called into the United States Army in 1942. He was a sergeant in the Timberwolf Divison. He served his country in Germany, Belgium and France. When he returned home he farmed, then became a carpenter.
He was married to Lorraine Wyatt in Elk City, Oklahoma where they made their home. They have two sons, Bobby and his wife Carolyn of Arlington, Texas and Joe and his wife Alda of Columbia, Connecticut, two granddaughters, Alicia Moyer and her husband Tom and their children, Hunter and Dakota and Sonya Edwards and her husband Jason and their daughter Whitley all of Arlington, Texas, a grandson, Brant Stout of Columbia, Connecticut.
Buck worked as a Civil Engineer at Clinton Sherman Air Force Base until it closed. He was transferred to the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado where he worked until he retired in 1979. They moved back to Elk City, Oklahoma in 1979.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, and four sisters.
Survivors include his wife Lorraine Stout of the Elk City home, two sons, Bobby and Joe and their families, one sister, Lagolia Finchum of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and other relatives and friends.
Memorials may be given to the Missions Program at the First Assembly of God Church in Elk City, Oklahoma.
James Burrell Stout (1878 - 1939)
Lagolia Kemp Stout (1879 - 1960)
Hazel Anna Stout Andris (1901 - 1992)*
Johnie Lovena Ashworth Stout Morris (1902 - 1974)*
James Burrell Stout (1907 - 1954)*
Louise Maggie Stout Moore (1908 - 1977)*
Seth Stout (1913 - 2003)
Bessie LaRue Stout Walker (1918 - 2000)*
Created by: Rob Walker
Record added: Jul 30, 2011
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