Amy Fuiava Stout passes away in Wisconsin
Pleasant Prairie. WISCONSIN — Amy Fuiava Stout, 65, of Pleasant Prairie passed away peacefully at Froedtert South St. Cats Medical Center, Thursday, January 13, 2022.
Amy Stout was born, Amy Fuiava, to the late Valaile Fuiava of Anuu'u, American Samoa and Anuilagi Salatielu of Sapapali'i, Western Samoa, February 9, 1956, in Hilo, HI.
Amy moved to the mainland, graduated from the Job Corps in Astoria, OR, and did not look back.
She had met her current husband, Carl Stout, at a previous job, they became friends; later were married on February 6, 1987, in Port Clinton, OH. They've been inseparable ever since, raising two girls from a previous marriage.
Her thirst for knowledge inspired her major in Drafting and Photography.
Amy was a fun-loving, hard-headed, funny, patient person with a mean temper if she felt you were trying to get over her.
She loved her husband and kids very much and worked very hard to help provide a decent life for her family.
Amy worked for Abbott Laboratories, later Abbvie, Incorporated. She was known for her hard work and diligence. She later received a President's Award recognizing her work ethic and dedication before retiring in 2011.
As a retiree, she spent quality time with her husband, kids, and grandsons, while developing her love for Jehovah God in the meantime. Amy went on to dedicate her life to serving Jehovah by getting baptized in 2013.
Amy is survived by her husband, Carl Stout; daughter Dionne (Darnell) Hentz; her four grandsons: D'yon Tapps, Dason Hentz, Doniven Hentz, and Demiko Hentz; sisters: Papaliitele Taliilagi (Don) Pakele of Hilo, Dorcas (Valaile) Fuiava of Oahu, Alana (Francisco) San Jose of Hilo, Bessie (Freddie) Sioloa of Hilo; brothers: Romeo Fuiava of Hilo, Ellis (Alexis) of OH. She also leaves behind numerous relatives and friends.
Private services were held.