Richard ‘Hank’ Henry Stout

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Richard “Hank” Henry Stout, 66, Arizona, passed away, Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014.

Richard was born June 3, 1947 in Thermopolis, Wyoming, to Dalton and Katheryn (Felch) Stout.

He moved to Hayden, Arizona in 1958 where he resided with his mother and step-father, Katheryn and Roscoe Forrester and his three siblings. Richard graduated from Hayden High School in 1966, he married Judy (Rogers) Stout in the early 1970s and later divorced. Hank was employed by Kenncott for several years and later provided transportation and friendship to many people with disabilities for over 20 years while employed by Handi-Car.

Hank was an avid Sci-Fi fan, witty, comical, giving and would always promise to steal your lunch money. He was dearly loved and he and his unique personality will be deeply missed by many.

Richard is survived by his two daughters, Carey Norton and Cathryn Bachus of Tempe, AZ; 6 grandchildren, Alex, Amanda, Daniel, Brandon, Avery, and Johnny; 2 great-grandchildren, Jade and Atreyu; siblings Steve Forrester, Linda(Forrester) Damron, and Mickey Stout; nieces and nephews, Misty Damron, John Forrester, Stephanie (Forrester) Ruffe, Kelly (Stout) Duvall, Shannon(Stout) Brown, Billie Stout and Roscoe Stout; and several great-nieces and nephews.

Hank was preceded in death by his parents; Katheryn and Roscoe Forrester; Dalton Stout, his special friend, Katie; one niece, Samantha Stout.

At Hank’s wishes, his remains were donated to science for medical research and advancement. A memorial is being planned by the family. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Tucson Special Olympics.

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