“I have fought the good fight; I have finished the course; I have kept the faith”
Surrounded by his family at his home, Wiley Glen Stout Jr. was promoted to Glory at 3:00 AM Christmas morning, Friday December 25th after an extended illness. Wiley was born on April 7, 1944 in Johnson County, TN. He was the son of the late Wiley G. Stout and Hazel Long Stout.
He proudly served in the U.S. Air Force and was a Vietnam Veteran. He was a talented and resourceful master carpenter who loved building and crafting things. He loved U.T. Football and Bluegrass music. He was a member of the Lighthouse Missionary Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Christine in 2010 and by four sisters; Ruth Hodges, Imogene Bright, Marie Taylor, and Beverly McCurry and four brothers, Paul Stout, Jack Stout, Jim Stout, and Richard Stout.
Mr. Stout is survived by two children; BJ Stout and wife Cindy of Johnson City, and Michael Adams and wife Trea of Jonesborough, four grandchildren; Makayla, Catelyn, Zeke, and Michael Adams of Jonesborough and by one sister, Shirley Puckett of Banner Elk, N.C., three brothers, Barton Stout of Gray, Godfrey Stout of Jonesborough, and Bennie Stout, of Telford. He is also survived by countless Nieces and Nephews, and a host of lifelong friends.
Pallbearers will be Nephews. Honorary Pallbearers will be Chipper White, Billy Tittle, Oliver Henley, Eddie Rose, Carl Little, Floyd Hopson, Mark Surcey, Coy Lee Bennett, and Barry Stoots,.
Friends will be received at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home Monday December 28, 2015 from 5:00-7:00PM with a Celebration of Life Service to follow with Reverend Perry Cleek, Reverend Jimmie Rogers and Reverend David Simmerman officiating. Interment will be Tuesday December 29, 2015 11:00AM at Roselawn Cemetery with Military Honors.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|Uncle Junior I loved you so much. You will be greatly missed! |
|To all the family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.|
|I am so sorry to hear about Mr. W....may his memories be your blessing today and forever!!!|
|Honored to have know Wiley and loved him these last three
years. I will miss him. |
|God bless you all. Mr. Stout has been my neighbor for 20 years and I
have had the privilege of being a teacher of his wonderful
grandchildren and daughter in law. Jim Range Rd will miss him.|
||Debbie and Gene Davenport
|We have lost a dear friend but Heaven has gained a dear
Saint of God. Wiley and Chris were dear friends of ours. He
Was always there to help you when no one else would.He will
Be missed but his memory will always be in our hearts. Our
Deepest sepathy to the family. You will be in our thoughts and
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