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Beverly Stout

Beverly Stout

Saturday, January 21st, 1939 Sunday, April 12th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Beverly Louise Stout

Beverly’s Journey
Her journey began January 21, 1939 in Denver, Colorado. A loving mother of 5, grammy of 15 and a great-grammy of 32. She passed April 12, 2020.

She retired from government work and then became a massage therapist, where she brought joy to many. She would do massage for the faculty at her great- grandkids school for extra income but more because she loved helping others and enjoyed being able to have conversations and making friends. The time came where she could no longer work as well with her hands and had to stop massage therapy. She could sure give a wonderful massage with those tiny hands!

She was an amazing artist ,she loved to paint and has left behind many beautiful paintings! As her hands became worse she had to stop painting. She would volunteer her time at different places, including the assisted living center and Crossroads church, where she also attended and made many wonderful friends, some whom she became very close with and were with her through the end of her journey. She had a big heart and loved to help others. She was one who could always start a conversation with anyone, so friendly and outgoing. She made so many feel loved and she would always go out of her way to show love to those who had no one. Though she had so little herself, she always wanted to give to others. She would always say, “If you don’t accept what others give you, you are robbing them of that blessing.”

She loved to travel in her “younger” years and was able to go to many places. She got to see places some could only dream of going. Israel, Jerusalem, Ecuador, Greece, Bahamas and Germany, were among the many places she was able to travel to. She lived a full life and met many friends along the way. Grammy was one who could make you smile and laugh but she would also let you know what was on her mind, she was never one to sugar coat things.
She could find a song to sing to any word you would give her (which has been passed down to some of us). She Loved her coffee and her soda but her coffee had to be with her powdered creamer and her soda HAD to be Big K Cola, anything else was awful to her! She was never a big eater but she loved Gyros, falafel and Dolmas. She also loved her dollar scoop Chinese food and had to have her wonton soup. She did have a sweet tooth though, she loved any kind of marshmallows, chocolate (which had to be good dark chocolate) and her ice cream. She loved her ice cream! She could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

Grammy definitely lived a full life filled with many wonderful memories but she also went thru her hard times, especially with her health but even on the days she hurt the most, she would ALWAYS ask, “are you ok”. She had the heart to always care for others. From her humor to her love she touched the lives of so many and will forever be in our hearts.
Love you to the moon and back xo

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  • Private Family Only Graveside Service

    Monday, April 20th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Coal Creek Memorial Cemetery
    1751 CO-42
    Louisville, CO
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    Monday, April 20th, 2020
    1:00pm

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Love, Adrienne & Tony sent flowers to the family of Beverly Louise Stout.
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Jack DAVID Selby

From my earliest memory growing up with out a father made it tough, but you filled in the gap the best you could. The little things you did never made me ask where my dad was. Little things such as such as the Christmas you and Voula would put together for us. How you made church apart of my life. The superman Tshirt with red cape you made for me. Getting me Legos from Customs that hadnt hit the US markets. Taking me to see Superman at the theater staring Christopher Reeves. Star wars, Xanadu, and so many other movies we went to go see. King Tuts exhibit at the Smithsonian. The times we had together in D.C. The vacations to Disneyland and Disneyworld. All the trips to Florida. That yellow BMX bike. My biggest regret was leaving Fresno. I should have never left. I know our last conversation we cleared the air about that and many other issues. Rest in peace and feel no more pain, Your son Jack.
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Love, Adrienne & Tony

We are so very sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts, sending you our love and wishing you peace through this time.
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