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Bernard K. Stout, age 76, died March 16, 2019 at his home in Queen Creek, AZ. “Bernie” is survived by his wife Judy, 3 sons and added 6 more children when he and Judy married; many grandchildren and great grandchildren; his mother, Maxine Stout; 2 brothers and 2 sisters.  He was a Veteran of the Viet Nam war and served 3 tours in Viet Nam.  The discipline and patriotism he learned in the Air Force never left him, as his friend and family will attest.  Bernie loved camping and back packing and was a Boy Scout leader for 13 years mentoring many young boys during those years.  He was an avid motorcyclist and his love for 2 and 3 wheel motorcycles has been a passion of his throughout his life.  Adding to his resume, he was a director of GWRRA and GWTA (Arizona chapters) for many years.  Bernie and Judy took many trips on their motorcycle to 7+ states to visit all their children and family.  He was the only locksmith on a motorcycle for many years and many people know him from that.  Services for Bernie will be May 28th, 2019 at 10:30 at the National Cemetery of Arizona at 23029 Cave Creek Rd., Phoenix, AZ  85024 with a small service following directly after at St. Peter Lutheran Church, 1844 E. Dana Ave., Mesa, AZ.  “We will miss you terribly but we know you will be watching over us and some day we will be together again.  May you enjoy your motorcycle rides in the clouds”