This obituary is in the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and The Daily Herald:
Julie Kay Stout 12/15/1972 ~ 7/19/2009 Julie Kay Johnson Stout, dear wife, mother, sister and friend, passed away from complications related to a brain tumor on July 19, 2009. Julie is a beautiful person whose sense of humor, charity and goodness never succumbed to the physical trials her body experienced. While her passing is difficult for those that love her, she has left a legacy of love and faith that will never beforgotten. Julie was born on December 15, 1972 to Susan Petty and Melvin Johnson in Logan, Utah. She is the affectionate wife of Brandon Stout and the proud mother of Hiram (11), Avalon (10) Benjamin (6) and James (23 months). While Julie is a bachelor's degree graduate of Brigham Young University, her most cherished occupation has been as a mother to her darling children. Julie is a graduate of Cyprus High School (1991) and served an honorable LDS mission in Sao Paulo, Brazil (Interlagos). She is survived by her siblings Art, Ben, Amber, Angela, Dave, Jennifer and Aimee Johnson. She is fortunate to have both a father and stepfather who love her dearly, Melvin Johnson (Hallie) of Tyler, Texas; and David Johnson (Jane) of Murray, Utah. She has experienced a joyful reunion with her mother Susan Petty Johnson and her grandparents Julia and Rellis Petty. Julie's gifts and talents are countless, chief among them are her great pride in her children, her unwavering support and love of her husband, and the powerful testimony she holds of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Julie's family extends particular heartfelt gratitude to Joyce and Mark Stout. Their selfless care for Julie will always be remembered with gratitude. We also thank her hospice nurse, Brenda Christiansen, hospice coordinator, Jackie McKay, KSL TV and Aposhian Gardens. Funeral services under the direction of Russon Brothers Salt Lake Mortuary are scheduled for July 23rd at 12:00 noon at the Hunter 9th Ward building on 6400 West 3500 South. Friends and family members are invited to a viewing Wednesday, July 22nd from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday and from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday at the same location. She will be interred at the West Jordan City Cemetery. Online guest book available at russonmortuary.com
A big thank you to Art for writing the obituary.