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Glenna Bea Stout

July 23, 1941 — December 21, 2022

 
Glenna Bea Stout passed away peacefully at the age of 81 on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, after a short illness that her body just could not fight. Glennas passing was peaceful, calm and beautiful. Glenna had her daughter Robi, granddaughter Mellisa, great-granddaughter Marilyn by her side and many others in spirit. 
 
Glenna was a very strong, independent, loving and supportive wife, sister, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Glenna is survived by her sisters Darlene Eskew, Dannis Nelson, Kathy Mahoney-Baham, Marie Mahoney and Patricia Friend, brothers Michael Mahoney, Brian Mahoney and Cory Mahoney, daughters Teri Winkley and Robi Nelson, step-daughter Debbie Olson and was blessed with numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom she loved. Glenna was preceeded in death by her daughter Tami Jo Keeler, her children's  father Porfidio "Robert" Valdez, father Dennis Clifford Stack, mother Augusta Johnson, sister JoEllen Bernadelli and brother Dennis Allen Stack.
 
As Glenna was taken into surgery, she stated that if she does not make it, she needs everyone that she loves to know how much they meant to her. She requested a special sentiment to her 1st love and husband Nathan Stout. Glenna wanted him to know, that she will be waiting at the gates of eternity just like they planned and that she loves him more than life itself. It’s just like her to make sure that everybody is taken care of and how she feels before she worried about herself. Unfortunately, Glenna’s 1st love and husband, Nathan Stout, passed away on December 28, 2022. Only 7 days after Glenna so, it warms my heart that they are now together forever in eternity.
 
Glenna does not want a memorial, however; if you feel you want to honor her in any way, she would love you to donate to Wounded Warriors, Paralyzed Warriors or the Animal Rescue Foundation in Tucson Arizona. These are the charities that were very close to her and her husbands hearts. I believe Glenna would truly be happy with this type of tribute in her name. Especially because her husband, Nathan Stout, was a Vietnam and Korean War Veteran. This would be greatly appreciated but, not required. It would be a wonderful tribute and gesture in her name.
 

Please just remember my mom, fondly and know that her passing was calm and peaceful and we hope this heals your heart to know she did not suffer in any way. RIP Glenna, we all love you very much and I am very happy that you and Nathan are together forever, just like you both planned it to be.


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