March 30, 2014by Stout Family on 03/30/14
We are deeply saddened and with heavy hearts to inform you that our son, Noah Stout, passed away at UCSF Hospital in San Francisco on Friday, March 28, 2014 at 6:52PM. As many of you know, Noah was diagnosed with DIPG, which he battled for over 3 years.
First, we are so very thankful to God for blessing us with our Noah and allowing us to spend 7 ½ years with him. We fully submit ourselves to God’s will and we know that this was all a part of His plan. We are grateful to our Father in Heaven for choosing us to be the proud parents of this beautiful and incredible boy. His spirit, strength, courage, faith and complete trust in God have been a life lesson to us. Although we do not know why this happened, we are certain that God truly loves Noah as he was always there to guide Noah to be brave, prayerful and strong in his faith.
We have no regrets in any decisions we’ve made. We prayed for guidance to the find the right doctor, and God led us to Dr. Burzynski. Although this was not the expected outcome, Noah did not suffer. As a result of administering the non-toxic medicine, and not pursuing conventional treatment (radiation/chemo), Noah had quality of life. He was regularly able to attend Children’s Worship Service, 2nd grade homeschool, and extra-curricular activities. Noah left us as handsome as he was the day he was born. Despite the difficulties experienced, Noah always laughed, joked and made people smile. He never complained about being sick. For all of this, we express our heartfelt thanks to the Burzynski Clinic.
Noah prayed to become an Iglesia ni Cristo/Church of Christ Minister when he grew up. People that knew him believed that Noah was already an inspiration to them by his example. Some would also comment, “those who came to know Noah, came to know God”. This is what we believe was Noah’s primary purpose in life.
We extend our sincerest gratitude to all of you who love Noah, and have supported him throughout his entire journey. You are all angels sent from above and you will never be forgotten. May God shower his blessings to you and your loved ones.
Anthony and Michelle Stout
Lima Family Milpitas/Fremont Mortuary
48800 Warm Springs Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94539
Monday, April 7, 2014: 10:00AM – 9:00PM
Tuesday, April 8, 2014: 10:00AM – 9:00PM
Service & Interment:
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 1:00PM
Noah’s favorite color was orange. In honor of Noah, please incorporate the color orange in your attire.