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Saturday, January 15, 2022
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Angie Stout, 44, was embraced in the Lord’s arms and taken to her heavenly home on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at Baptist Hospital.
A Memorial Service for Angie will be held on Saturday January 15, 2022 at Midway United Methodist Church at 4:00 PM followed by a reception.
Angie was born to Mary Lou Strong and Ronald Southard in Greensboro, NC. Angie was the top in her accounting field. She was the Director of Financial Planning & Analysis at Solstas Lab for many years until she had to leave due to health issues. Angie was loved by everyone. She had a dynamic personality and never met a stranger. She was so smart and never minded sharing her knowledge with others.
While in school, Angie met Jason Stout, the love of her life. They enjoyed 25 years of marriage. They certainly enjoyed life. They traveled the world and life was a constant adventure. They hiked national parks in numerous states. They walked on beaches all over the country. Most of all they loved Yellowstone National Park. They traveled to Yellowstone numerous times and enjoyed the park during all times of the year. They roamed around with the bears, moose, elk, wolves, and all kinds of animals. They snowmobiled and climbed through ice castles. They strived to share their adventure with their family and friends. They loved the Bearly Behaving and Moosing Around Lodges.
Angie and Jay’s pride and joys are their beloved cats. She loved Bella, Blaze, Puddles, Lilo, Touri, CinnCinn, and her newest Shelby. She always had room in her heart for one more. They were so much comfort to Angie as she was home a lot and always had times for a kitty to be in her lap.
Angie is survived by her husband of 25 years, Jason Stout; mother, Mary Lou Strong; father Ronald Southard (Lynn); brothers, Danny Southard (Lynn) and Phillip Southard; stepbrothers, Steve Strong (Sam), Eric Strong (Tess), Thomas Baird, and stepsister, Angela Baggett and numerous nieces and nephews and other close family members.
The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to all of the many, many, family and friends that supported Angie during her times of illness and also during all of the Good times. She’s our Rock and will be dearly missed.