Stout, Preston Cecil 1900-1974
STOUT, KINDT, PANGLE, HOTT, GARADIN, MAUER, STREED, MILLER, WRIGHT
Posted By: Janet Schuldt (email)
Date: 10/11/2020 at 15:59:08
The Odebolt Chronicle, Odebolt, Sac, Iowa Thursday, October 10th, 1974 Page 19
Funeral Held in Sac City Funeral services for Preston C. Stout was held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 30 at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home in Sac City with Rev. Gary Wagner officiating. Music was furnished by Frank Pontious and accompanist, Mrs. Frank Pontious. Floral tributes were cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ammer, and Marjo Florist. Attendants were Charles Marker, Louis H. Peyton, Leonard Boysen, Keith Hines, Donavon Rehm, and Richard Brown. Burial was in the Oakland Cemetery. Sac City.
Preston Cecil Stout was born Aug. 4, 1900, in Sac County and passed away Sept. 27, 1974, in Sac City of a heart attack.
His parents were George W. and Mussettie Stout. Preston C. Stout was a member of the First Christian Church in Sac City. He was a lifelong resident of the Sac City area except for a few years in his boyhood days when the family resided in Manning and Spencer.
He was married to Louise Klindt on January 16, 1924. Since 1951 he has operated a leather and canvass repair business in Sac City. Prior to that, he engaged in construction work and farming.
Survivors include four sisters, Delia (Mrs. Leslie Pangle of Nemaha), Cora (Mrs. Chester Hott of Sac City), Beulah, (Mrs. Herman Garadin of Memphis, Mo.), Velma (Mrs. Martin Mauer of Sac City). He is survived by three children, Elnora Streed, Preston H. Stout, and Harlan G. Stout, all of Sac City; eight grandchildren, David Streed, of Oceanside, Cal. Esther Field and Mark Streed of Odebolt, Mary Miller, who recently joined the Air Force and is based in Alabama, Jane, Paul, Susan, Diane, and Rex Stout, all of Sac City; two great-grandchildren, Darin Streed of Oceanside, Cal., and Jenny Streed of Odebolt.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Louise; one sister, Florence (Mrs. Byren Wright of Sac City), two brothers, Clifford and Glen of Sac City, and his parents
Sac Obituaries maintained by Lynn Diemer-Mathews.
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