Bobbye Stout

Bobbye J. Stout

1945 – 2023

Bobbye Jean Stout (Greer) of Edmond, OK, was a beloved Wife, Mother, and Grannye.  She was born on November 20, 1945, to Winnie Jewel and Shadie Lee Greer. She passed away with her family by her side on July 21, 2023.

She graduated from Midwest City High School in 1964, then attended Oklahoma State University where she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education in 1969. At OSU she met the love of her life, Kenneth D. Stout. They were married for 54 years.

Bobbye was definitely very creative.  She and a dear friend designed cookie ornaments for all seasons.  Their Dough Babies business was so successful that many owners still cherish their ornaments that they purchased long ago. 

Bobbye also had a flair for interior decorating.  She could immediately advise you what you needed to add vibrancy to a room.

Bobbye also loved quilting and playing games with her friends and family. Her favorite thing to do was spend time with her grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband Ken Stout of Edmond, OK; her son Derek, his wife Jennifer, and their children Barrett, Sutton, and Morgan of McKinney, TX; her son Matt, his wife Cheryl and their children Mason and Avery of Broken Arrow, OK. 

Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday, July 24th, 2023, at Matthews Funeral Home. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, July 25th, 2023, at Matthews Funeral Home, with burial to follow at Memorial Park Cemetery.

We will be live streaming this service in an effort to accommodate those people that wish to attend but are not able to.  To watch the service CLICK HERE to go to our YouTube page. Click on ‘Videos’, then ‘Live Streams’.

7 thoughts on “Bobbye Stout”

  1. Judy Brock

    Bobbye and I were good friends and frequent roommates (we switched roommates every quarter) when we lived in the Zeta Tau Alpha house at OSU. One of our favorite pastimes was playing two person bridge. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. She was always fun to be with. Prayers for all who loved her.

  2. Bobbye was such a talented, fun person. I loved when we lived in Tall Oaks together, Great time to grow up! Rest in Peace Bobbye. ❤️

  3. Mary Kay Havens

    Bobbye and I were friends for over 60 years. We learned to drive, snuck into the drive in theater, had summer jobs driving ice cream trucks, and went to college together. In our later years we played Mexican Train and reminisced. I will miss her sweet smile and funny comments and am thankful to have known her. My deepest sympathy to Ken and her family.

  4. Pam Heath Vovk

    I first met Bobbye (and Mary Kay) in Latin class in high school. Then they and their group of friends, and I and my group of friends, really got to know each other hanging out at the Dairy Queen in Midwest City, sitting in our cars and on our car hoods, drinking cokes, laughing, and talking. It was a very special time in our lives.
    We lost touch over the years, but reconnected about 20 years ago having fun “girl’s weekends” together with a group of 7 of us from high school. I will cherish those times. Bobbye was such a sweet gal with a sweet guy, Ken, and they were devoted to one another. My love and deepest sympathy to Ken, their children and grandchildren. She was much loved by all that knew her.

  5. Julia Stuever

    Ken and family,
    I am so very sorry for the loss of sweet Bobbye. Love and Prayers,
    Julia Stuever

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