Glendall Stout

Glendall Dean "Glen" Stout

Sunday, July 3rd, 1927 - Sunday, November 8th, 2020
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Mr. Glendall Dean “Glen” Stout, age 93, of Jefferson City, Mo., passed away on Sunday, November 8, 2020 at Capital Region Medical Center.

Glen was born on July 3, 1927 in Carterville, Il., the son of the late Melvin and Audria Jones Stout. He was married on June 14, 1953 in Cape Girardeau to Doris Mae Nitsch.

A lifelong worker, he started at a young age delivering newspapers and mowing lawns, and was a butcher at a grocery store. Glen hunted small game to supplement family meals, selling any extra game for a dime or a quarter during the Great Depression.

Glen was drafted for military service while attending Central High School in Cape Girardeau where he graduated from in December of 1945. In World War II, he was a PFC in the Army where he trained as a machine gunner before being stationed at the Mid-Pacific Headquarters, Fort Schafter, in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was an assistant and courier for General Hull where his roles included sending and receiving teletype messages (as the sole means of quick communication with the Continental U.S.), updating Army rules and regulation manuals, and guarding secret files about the Nuclear program. After the war, Glen served 5 years in the Missouri National Guard, achieving the rank of Sergeant.

Glen received his B.A. in Business in 1950 from Southeast Missouri State University where he met his future wife in a typing class. During and after college, he worked a variety of jobs including Kroger Grocery Store Clerk, and St. Louis bank teller where he frequently served several Cardinals baseball players including Stan Musial. He also repossessed for a credit loan company, and worked in sales at Goodyear and Johnson’s Wax, all before working for 36 years at the Social Security Administration. As a field representative stationed at the Jefferson City office, he interviewed applicants in rural communities and even notorious criminals at the Missouri State Penitentiary, and hosted a couple Sunday morning radio programs about Social Security on local stations.

Glen was a man of faith. He was a lifelong Christian and member of the First United Methodist Church in Jefferson City since 1960. There, he volunteered in many capacities including Pastor-Parish Committee, Finance Committee, United Methodist Men, Wednesday Morning Men’s Prayer Group, and Fresh Start. He was also a member and occasional class leader of the Harmony Sunday School Class. He volunteered within the community including Capital Region Medical Center Volunteer, Life Line installer, Seniors Driver Education Instructor, Meals on Wheels delivery, and founding board member of Learning in Retirement at Lincoln University. Early in life, Glen was a Boy Scout and an adult leader. Glen and his wife served as youth leaders at Grace United Methodist Church in Cape Girardeau before moving to Jefferson City.

Glen and Doris were members of the Mid-Mo Campers Club and traveled extensively in their RV throughout most of the United States. They also traveled to several foreign countries. Their favorite trip was to Egypt and the Holy Land. Although he loved to travel, for 26 years, Glen managed to be present on Monday mornings to count money from church collections.

Survivors include: his loving wife of 67 years; daughter, Rebecca “Becky” McPeake (Stan) of Benton, Ar; son, Bradley “Brad” Stout (Shirley) of Centertown, Mo; grandchildren, Justin Stout (Britny), Jared and Julia McPeake; step-grandson, Drew Zeugin; and great-grandchildren Lucy and Kaden Stout.

Glen was preceded in death by: his parents; sisters, Arvella Totten (Glen) and Othello Mathina of Dexter; brother, Earle M.F. Stout (Margie) of St. Louis; and twin sister, Georgina Stull of Riverside, Ca.

Visitation will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at Freeman Mortuary, Friday, November 13, 2020. The general public is welcome to attend the visitation while following social distancing guidelines. Please stay 6 feet apart and avoid close contact. The family has asked that all guests wear masks or other personal protective equipment while in attendance.

Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. in the Freeman Chapel with The Reverend Karen Taylor officiating. Graveside services and interment with military honors will be held at Riverview Cemetery.

A webcast of the funeral service will begin at 10:45 a.m. for friends that are not able to attend by going to his memorial page on Freeman Mortuary’s website. Friends may mail sympathy cards to the funeral home or leave condolences online to be given to his family.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to Fresh Start Program at First United Methodist Church in Jefferson City, Mo., or Mobility Worldwide in Columbia, Mo.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.
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  • Visitation

    Friday, November 13th, 2020 | 9:30am - 11:00am
    Friday, November 13th, 2020 9:30am - 11:00am
    Freeman Mortuary
    915 Madison Street
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  • Service

    Friday, November 13th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Friday, November 13th, 2020 11:00am
    Freeman Chapel
    915 Madison Street
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Dianna Vaught

Posted at 09:19am
Mrs. Stout, Brad and Becky, I'm so sorry for the loss of your husband and Dad. Keeping you close in my prayers and wishing you peace at this time. Cherish your memories of your Dad. They will help get you through this difficult time.
Hugs to all, Dianna Tatlock Vaught

Rick Cook

Posted at 07:11am
Doris, Becky and Brad, You have our thoughts and prayers. Glen was always smiling. Such a wonderful man. he is gonna be missed on Algoa. The Cook's

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Posted at 04:09pm
With heartfelt condolences and prayers for peace and comfort.
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Tom Wieberg

Posted at 10:14am
I am sorry to hear about your father’s passing. He was a welcoming soul. I last spoke to him at one of the town hall meetings at McClung park. I pray he is walking among the saints, as we grieve.
May the Lord keep him in his embrace.

Roger Totten

Posted at 09:59am
With all of our love. Earldean, Roger, Allison and the Totten Family
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