Jeanne E. Stout

Jeanne E. Stout

Jeanne E. Stout

Nov. 16, 1948 – Dec. 13, 2019

Longtime Homer resident, Mrs. Jeanne E. Stout, 71, died Friday, Dec. 13, 2019 at South Peninsula Hospital in Homer.

Memorial services will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020 at the Homer Assembly of God Church at 736 East End Road in Homer. Pastor Greg Newell will be officiating. The service will be available to be watched live on Facebook on the Homer Assembly of God’s Facebook Page, or to be watched at a later date.

Jeanne was born Nov. 16, 1948 in Santa Barbara, California. She gradated high school and furthered her education by receiving an associate degree in arts from the Santa Barbara City College. Later she received an ultrasound technician degree from Loma Linda University. In 1998 she moved to Juneau and later in 2000 moved to Homer where she has lived ever since. She worked at South Peninsula Hospital for many years as an ultrasound tech. She was a member of the Homer Assembly of God Church and was a volunteer at The Homer Senior Center. Jeanne loved playing violin, Bible study, birding and fishing.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Dale Stout; brother, David Harp; and parents, Robert and Lorraine Harp.

She is survived by her daughter, Suzette Poulter and her husband Charles Nance of Scottsdale, Arizona; stepdaughter, Renee (Matt) Gibbs of Aurora, Colorado; stepson, Ryan (Letty) Stout of Acworth, Georgia; and step-granddaughters, Miranda Stout and Jennifer Stout, both of Acworth, Georgia.

Memorial donations may be made in memory of Jeanne to the Compassionate Care ALS – P.O. BOX 1052 West Falmouth, MA 02574 or donate at

Arrangements made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel & Crematory. Please sign or visit her online guestbook at

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