762-994-0311
1220 George C Wilson Drive, Suite C
Augusta, GA 30909

Linda E. Stout

March 31, 1953 - March 21, 2018

Linda E Stout was born March 31, 1953 Southampton PA, entered into rest March 21, 2018.  She was predeceased by her parents, Frank M. Stout, Jr. and Grace R. Stout, and by her brothers, Frank M. Stout III and Douglas R. Stout. She is survived by her nieces Vanessa Broderick, Stephanie Moran, Laura Vallez, Tara Stout, her nephews Steven Stout, and Tom Stout, all of Florida, and cousins in Michigan and Pennsylvania. 

Linda traveled in her younger years with her family throughout the United States. Her father was an Officer in the US Army and was posted at many different Army installations in and outside the country.

It was during the family’s stay in Panama, that Linda became acquainted with Hispanic Culture and it proved to be a great influence on the rest of her life.  She really loved all things Hispanic, and learned to speak, read and write the language fluently.

Linda graduated from Hephzibah High School in 1971 and eventually made Augusta her home.  She attended Augusta State University.

She was employed by the US Government and worked at Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Augusta GA, as well as several different organizations on Fort Gordon – the US Army Communications-Electronics (CE) Board, Directorate of Logistics Property Book Office and Directorate of Military Personnel.   She retired from the federal government and remained in Augusta until her death.

Linda was a member of the Asociacion Cultural Hispanoamericana, a local Augusta organization.  She served as Treasurer and participated in many of the organization’s activities.  Linda also served as the Membership and Hospitality Chairperson of the Summerchase Home Owners Association.

Linda was extremely proud of her family’s military connection.  She strongly supported military traditions and protocol and was so thankful to have many friends and acquaintances in the military community in and around Augusta. Linda loved clogging, all types of dancing, especially salsa, Broadway shows and all things Myrtle Beach.  She will truly be missed by her many close friends and family in Augusta GA and beyond.  

?Online condolances may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com  Arlington Burial and Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive, Suite ?C, Augusta, Georgia 30909.  762-994-0311

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Linda and I shared a friendship for ove 30 years . She is the god mother iod my son Harley. She is missed dearly. Even though I was not able to visit daily we have always remained in contact . She will be missed. Linda Rest in Peace. God Bless I will always cherish our memories Linda was my BFF no matter what . Love Patty Manus
Patty Manus - April 19 at 12:58 PM
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Linda and I have been friends for almost 30 years, beginning in 1987. We both worked together at the CE Board on Fort Gordon and from a work relationship a truly wonderful friendship evolved. We had many fun times together at the workplace and beyond. We experienced and supported each other through so many life changes - marriages of family and friends, births and deaths of our family members, and separations sometimes too painful to get through. These last few years were very hard for Linda to deal with healthwise, and this past year the most difficult, She never gave up hope of wanting to return to her home in Summerchase, but it was not meant to be. I will miss her funny stories, mastery of dialects and great sense of humor. She was like a sister to me and I'll never forget her.
Kathy Smith - April 5 at 2:20 PM
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I met my friend and neighbor Linda Stout when I moved into Summerchase Subdivision in 1998. She was the hospitality Chairperson and called to welcome me to the community. We realized that we had something in common: my nationality and the years in Panama when her father was in the military. I'll miss our reminiscing about her time in my home land and of her love for the language and culture. We also discovered that we were both members of the Hispanic American Association . She convinced me to become a volunteer and we worked the gates during the Hispanic festivals year after year, Together we served on the ACHA board of Directors for years. She also served loyally on our HOA at Summerchase. Linda could remember every residents' name and house number and loved working the hospitality committee. I will miss her! My most sincere condolence to the family, Please let me know if there will be a memorial service in Augusta, I would love to pay my respects.
Sandra Moore - April 4 at 6:22 PM
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I have known Linda since the 1980s, and we shared many great times together. She completed all the coursework for the Spanish major at Augusta State University, and I was her advisor. We worked together on the board of IMAGE at Fort Gordon and the ACHA board. I will miss our dinners and long talks about all things Hispanic. She was devoted to ACHA, her friends and neighbors. If there is a memorial service for Linda in the Augusta area, PLEASE let me know as I wish to honor her memory by attending and sharing memories with family and friends.
Jana Sandarg - April 2 at 9:29 AM
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I will fondly cherish all my memories of My Great Aunt Linda, or GOAL as she jovily named herself to her great nieces and nephews. The Christmas tree will always seem slightly less full deviod of the annual Hess trucks she gifted us without fail. I truly know she is in a better place and am happy she is in peace. I love you GOAL. Your Great Nephew Brett
Brett - March 30 at 12:52 PM