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Clifford Roscoe Stouts

clifford stouts

June 14, 1926 ~ December 10, 2014

TOGETHER FOREVER

Dad has been interred at Columbia Gardens. Located on Arlington Blvd.(which is Rt. 50) and just a half mile East of Glebe Rd.

Family and friends can now visit both Mom and Dad 365 days a year from dawn to dusk.
(1)There is only one entrance (2)After inside make the first left at the tall white mausoleum (3) then only 200 feet to the "Santos" black stone (4) Mom and Dad are located to the left of "Santos" (5) Park somewhat over curb

Dad died alone at home. Physician determined from a heart attack. He also had lung cancer and dementia. He is survived by Sons John and Richard. His surviving Brothers/sisters are Lavern Gowin, Shirley Ullsberg, Arthur Waine and Russell and Cecil Stoutsenberger.

Dad was married to my beloved mom Susan for 50 years and over 65 years in Spirit. In the past 18 years, he has visited my Mom's gravesite nearly everyday.

He worked with forthright and dedication at Conns Trophy for 28 years and worked even part-time up to 2013 at Dan Kain Trophies.

Dad enjoyed gardening and sports

In nearly 500 phone calls to Dad in the past 18 years, he never gave instructions on how to handle remains., Richard is solely accountable for decisions of remains, burial, service and obituary. John was very helpful but all decisions were made by Richard.

For 10+ years Richard failed to unseat Dad from his bunker and properly downsize his life in Las Vegas. The burden fell to the Monroe neighbors. Their miraculous care added many years to Dad's life. But most importantly, Dad won and was allowed to carry on by himself in a 3 bedroom house with full basement and front and back yards from age 70 to 88.

Dad's Bronze Scroll will be finished in January.

Richards decision is that there will be no Obituary in the left wing Washington Post and hope's they go out of business tomorrow.

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  1. John and Rich, I am very sorry for the loss of your dad, He is now at peace with your mom whom he loved and missed dearly. One of my most recent memories was a surprise visit to his house about a year ago. There he was in the neighbor’s yard racking their leaves. It so reminded of the entire family that continues to work to the bitter end. He told us stories of the olden days and it was a special day. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With love, Linda

  2. John & Richard, Although I haven’t seen your dad for years, I did talk to him on the phone on a rare occasion, and he never failed to send Uncle Johnny and me his best wishes for Christmas. I’ll miss getting his card this year. A few memories of your dad come to mind with his passing. I remember how hospitable he was whenever Uncle Johnny and I visited him and your mom at their home in Falls Church. I remember admiring his manicured lawn and his plants and bushes. I remember when Uncle Johnny and I bought a Valley pool table from him in 1972. It is still in my home for my children, grandchildren, family and friends to continue to enjoy. Until Uncle Johnny stopped driving we would make a visit to our parents and siblings gravesites every Christmas, and I remember that there was always something already at your mom’s site left by your dad who went on a daily basis. These memories make me feel good as I hope yours do for you. Eternal be his memory. Love, Thea Mary

  3. Dear John and Richard So sorry for the passing of your Dad I’m sure he’s with your mom he lived her and was so devoted to her even in her passing I loved them both and they were very kind to me and Stephanie and all the family I remember your dad telling me how I could prune rosses I could never get mine to grow but your dad could he uncle Cluff and Thia Sue would keep Stephanie every Saturday night while I worked at the Resturant I will never forget them they will live in my memories and many people’s hearts forever

  4. Dear John and Richard: I was so sad to hear of your dad"s death. As you know, our branch of the Stoutsenberger family always thought of Cliff and Skip as our brothersé� and we were so happy to have them as a é� part of our lives. I know you have had great concerns lately for your dad’s safety but I hope you find comfort that he is with your mom and reunited with other previously é� departed loved ones. God’s. blessings on you both. Diane


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