January 16, 2005
On Thursday, January 13, 2005, BOBBY RAY STOUT SR., of Linthicum; cherished husband of Sheila Stout; loving father of Bobby Jr., Luke and Jersey Stout; dear stepfather of Spencer, Sawyer and Samual Fox; beloved son of Stella and the late Thomas Stout; caring brother of Ramona and Paul Stout, remembered grandson of Roxie and the late Ray Miles. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, SW (at Crain Hwy)
September 27, 2005
On September 26, 2005, VIOLET MAE STOUT of Glen Burnie, devoted wife of 57 years to William A. Stout, Sr., loving daughter of the late Edgar and Mildred Smith, beloved mother of Gary R. Stout and stepmother of William A. Stout Jr., and Jacqueline Mc Kenzie, loving sister of Charlotte Delp and her husband Robert, Patricia Corbman and the late Dorothy Baker, Wilbur Smith and her Herbert Thomas, Jr., cherished grandmother of Eric M., Laura K., and Sara E....
October 11, 2005
HELEN JUANITA STOUT MORRIS, 89, of Huntersville, NC, formerly of Baltimore, MD, died Saturday, October 8, 2005 at Huntersville Oaks. Born November 24, 1915 in Lenoir City, TN, to the late A.S. and Myrtle Wright Stout. Survivors include her sister, Anna Sterling of TN, five grandchildren, Cheri Contes, Kimberly Johnson, Scott Schuster, Ashley Schuster and Nichole Schuster and five great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Helen was preceded in death by her husband, Charles J. Morris, and a son, Harold Schuster.
March 11, 2009
Irish stout, like a leprechaun, can fool you. It looks dark and stark, but is actually light, friendly and refreshing. As Garrett Oliver points out in his book The Brewmaster's Table, the alcohol content of Irish stout is usually below 5 percent by volume, and that is lower than the typical American lager. Roasted barley and malts give the stout its rich, black color. Cans of stout now come equipped with a rattling widget that, when the can is popped open, helps dissolved nitrogen bubbles form the classic creamy head.
January 16, 2000
Pat Stout has been installed as the first woman president of the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association, according to the nonprofit trade association. Stout, president and owner of Baltimore Window Factory in Essex, has served on the organization's board for four years. She is also vice president of the Eastern Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce and is on the board of Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity. News in Brief Coldwell Banker Stevens Realtors said the following agents had the most combined sales and listings sold in their offices in November: Ruth and Steve Orton and Carmel Fitten, Annapolis; Cindy Simpkins and Marshall Petty, Glen Burnie; and Jim Gomez and Bonnie Wolfe, Severna Park.
June 14, 2003
Thomas A. Stout Sr., an Army medic who participated in the Battle of the Bulge and later worked for 42 years for the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., died of kidney failure Monday at Mercy Ridge Retirement Community in Timonium. He was 79. Mr. Stout was born in Baltimore and raised in the city's Union Square neighborhood. He graduated from Polytechnic Institute. He went to work for C&P as an installer in 1941, and three years later joined the Army, where he served as a medic. After landing at Normandy six days after D-Day, he served in Europe with the 106th Infantry.