Robert Raymond Stout, Sr.

(Nov 10, 1927 to Aug 8, 2011)

Robert Raymond “Pops” Stout, Sr. rnrn For Pops, the only wasted day was one without laughter. He was at his happiest when he had those around him in hysterics. He was never stuck without a punch line. But it was all part of his outgoing ways. A stranger was simply a friend he hadn’t met yet, and it didn’t matter if he found himself with a ditch digger or a neurosurgeon, he was always looking to make your acquaintance. Pops loved hitting the casinos and rooting for the Phillies, but his favorite was spending time with the grandkids. rn As a teenager, Robert met a young woman named Marie (nee Roberts). She waited for him while he proudly served as a Lieutenant (sharpshooter) in the US army during WWII. But upon his return, they moved to Delanco and she became his American Express; he never left home without her. Before her passing in 2007, their lives were blessed by their children: Robert, Jr. (Yvette), Raymond (Meghan), Tracey Hamlin (Paul) and Susan Hoffman (Eric) and again by their grandchildren: Eric and Lauren Hoffman, Danny and Sean Hamlin, Kate Foster and Kristen Stout, Christopher, Brendan, David and Michael Stout.rn Come celebrate Pop’s 83 laughter-filled years (Nov. 10, 1927-Aug. 8, 2011) Thursday from 6-8 PM and Friday from 9-10 AM at the Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 10:30 AM at Jesus the Good Sheppard Parish (St. Peter’s Site), Riverside. Interment Brig. Gen William C. Doyle Veteran’s Cemetery, Wrightstown. rn

9 thoughts on “Robert Raymond Stout, Sr.

  1. Linda (Roberts) Madrack

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you as well as our deepest sympathy. Please know that in our family Uncle Bob was never mentioned without bringing a smile and a story about how he made us laugh. rn Linda & familyrn Uncle Al & Aunt Peg

  2. Anonymous

    Uncle Bob is always remembered with a smile on my face. We will miss him very much. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.rn

  3. Scott Geiger

    As a child, it was always a treat to visit my Aunt Marie and Uncle Bob at their home in Delanco. I can’t think of a time when Uncle Bob didn’t make me laugh. I will never forget the great times I had with him and the rest of the family. nnTo Bob, Ray, Tracy, and Susan – please accept my deepest condolences for this great loss. nnYour cousin, nScott Geiger

  4. Allen & Tina Ferg

    We’re so sorry to learn of you Dad’s passing. Your published remembrance of him is a tribute to the memory of both your parents as well as to the grace and character of their children.

  5. Stephanie Simpkins

    Dear Tracey, so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. I met him briefly for the first time at Sean’s First Holy Communion. He was so pleasant and cheerful and he talked about his Phillies. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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