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   Bobbie Dean Trout, 81, of Lamar, Missouri went to be with our Lord October 30, 2010 following a long illness.

     Bob was born July 30, 1929 to Lawrence and Alta (Brown) Trout in Barton County, Missouri.  He was the youngest of 13 children and grew up around Boston and Lamar, Missouri.  He worked as a general contractor in the Missouri and California areas.  He enjoyed fishing, camping, dirt bike riding and metal detecting.

     Survivors are his wife Noraleen of 63 years. His daughter, Kathy and husband Bob Benziger of Kingman, Arizona; son, Randall and wife Tracey of Orangevale, California; and daughter-in-law, Noel Trout of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

     Grandchildren:  Wendy and husband Robert Warren of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Andrew Lund and wife Kellie of Albany, California; Heather and husband Jack Howard of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Heidi and husband Bill Catlin of Gulfport, Mississippi; Sarah and Aaron Wallace of Citrus Heights, California; and Daniel, David and Michael Trout of Orangevale, California.

     Great-Grandchildren:  Adam, Trent, and Lindsey Warren of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Sadie and Giselle Lund of Albany, California; Taylor and Riley Howard of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Samantha and Jewell Catlin of Gulfport, Mississippi and Brennon Wallace of Citrus Heights, California.

     His two sisters, Nellie Henson of Fair Oaks, California and Floya Don Hawkins of Chana, Illinois and numerous nephews and nieces.  In-laws are Kathleen Horton and Barbara Robertson, both of Lamar, Missouri and Earl and wife Dennie Williams of Blue Springs, Missouri.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence and Alta Trout; five brothers and five sisters and son, Robert Dean Trout.

     Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, November 5th at Daniel Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 6:00 until 7:00 p.m. Thursday.  Burial will be in Lake Cemetery.

     Memorial contributions are suggested to First Baptist Church of Lamar or American Cancer Society in care of Daniel Funeral Home.


#6 Albuquerque, NMHeather Howard 2011-06-18 21:50
It's still hard to believe Papa is actually gone from us. I have a lot of good memories of him telling me all the crazy things he did as a young boy and then as a young man. He had become such a gentle soul in the last decade or so. I really enjoyed his stories. I'm glad father and son were re-united in the paradise God has prepared for us. I know Dad was waiting with arms wide open to embrace and welcome his dad into the kingdom of God. I'm sure he had all of the good fishing spots honed out and I'm sure they're enjoying themselves immensely.
#5 spring hill,kstammy mitchell fletcher 2010-11-05 21:45
aunt noraleen ,kathy and randy
i am going to really miss uncle bob. all the good times we had when he and i was at the fairs. i really enjoyed our visits .but he is at peace and living great now.
love tammy
#4 Round Rock TxMike & Chrisi Norton 2010-11-05 20:28
We did not know Mr & Mrs Trout personally but from his granddaughter Heidi, we feel as if we have known them a life time. We are very sadden for your loss, you are and always in our prayers...
#3 Waterford, CaliforniaJeff Benziger 2010-11-03 18:35
Noraleen and Kathy,

I'm saddened at your loss. I always enjoyed visiting Bob and vividly remember our visit with you and Bob in 2009. I am sorry it was our last.

May God bless you and your family. He is with our Lord and Savior and is kicking it up where there are no more tears.

#2 lamarStacey Hasson 2010-11-01 19:40
It was an honor getting to know Mr. Trout over the past few years. I will greatly miss him.
#1 Gulfport, MSHeidi Trout 2010-11-01 06:20
Dear Papa,

I miss you so much. Jewel (granddaughter) keeps asking to go see "my papa, and grammy" I am so happy that we got to see you the other week, the visions of you and Jewel playing peek a boo, will stay with me forever. I miss you, and love you always. Give dad a big hug for us please.
Heidi and Family

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