Timothy James Stout was a fun-loving husband, dad, brother and friend. He was born to eternal life unexpectedly on January 7, 2021, at the age of 62.
Tim will be missed dearly by his beloved wife of 39 years, Jill (née Drury); his four loving sons, Nate (Catie Zacharias), Mike, Nick (Jordan Weaver) and Noah; his sister Jan Schultz (FL); his nieces Kate and Liz; his mother-in-law Kathy Drury and brother-in-law John (Platteville). He is preceded in death by his parents who he loved dearly, James and Regina.
He was born to James and Regina Stout on September 9, 1958, in Milwaukee, WI. Growing up, he loved to explore and learn new things. He was a great student although he always got in trouble for talking too much in class!
He met the love of his life Jill in 1978 and they got married in 1981. Even 39 years later, he loved Jill more than anything.
He loved to travel and make memories wherever he went. He was fortunate enough to travel to many different countries around the world. He was also a foodie and enjoyed going to fancy restaurants and making high quality meals at home for his family.
One of his proudest accomplishments in his life was having four boys. He always laughed he was one short of a full basketball team. He cherished coming to all of their games and helping coach. Tim was an amazing dad and will always be a superhero to them.
He loved sports, especially golf and enjoyed traveling to play courses all over the world, but his two favorites were Pebble Beach and Augusta National for the Masters.
He was such an extrovert and loved connecting with people. He was truly charismatic and selfless, always putting his family and close friends before himself. Tim was very outgoing and loved making people laugh. He always had a joke and an infectious smile, making it hard to not be in a good mood after being around him.
He will be forever missed and irreplaceable for any person lucky enough to have met him.
Services will be on Friday, January 15th, 2021; visitation from 4pm to 6pm, mass at 6pm at St. Matthew’s Parish (9303 S. Chicago Rd, Oak Creek, WI 53154).
In lieu of flowers, memorials in Tim’s name can be made to St. Matthew’s Parish.