Uncle Wes was an outstanding example of what a husband, father, grandfather, and uncle should be! He was a God fearing man who will be greatly missed by all.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers for healing and comfort. If you need anything please let me know.
Wes , God Fearing, God Loving, Sweet, Kind Sympathetic, Truthful, Gentle, Humble, he has touched more lives than he could have ever known. We will certainly miss him. We were blessed to be his friends.
36 years ago I pulled a Barbie Dream Housr off my moving van and Wes and his family have been a part of my family. Wes was a man of love of God, love of family and love of life. He was a kind and generous man. I know he is at peace now. His family is blessed to have called him husband, dad, and pappy. I am grateful to have known Wes and called him friend
I feel truly blessed to have known Wes. He was a wonderful dad, husband, pappy, and friend. He had the most positive out look on everything and everyone. He was truly a gift of god, he will be missed by many.
I am so sorry to hear this. Wes and I worked together for several years. He was such a kind man. My prayers are with his family.
The Trout family is an amazing, Godly family, always reaching out and being the hands and feet of our Lord Jesus Christ within his church, CFC, and where ever he went. Wes was such a leader within his family, always encouraging them.
Our sympathy to your family!
Brad and Barb Menke
We are sorry for your loss
My dearest daddy… Where do I even begin to tell you how much I already miss you? Even as a grown woman, I found myself always coming to you with problems or when I needed your encouragement… Or even just to tell you something that I knew would make you proud. I find myself still wanting to come to you with things. You were always so positive, keeping me positive. You always told me everything would be ok and gave me such a comfort that I can’t explain. God blessed me and this family with you. And this is just a temporary goodbye, because we will reunite together again in Heaven one day. What a glorious day that will be! Until then, I love you… Forever and always.
Wes was a kindhearted and good-humored man. Every interaction I had with him was an optimistic one, even as the years of his struggle with cancer wore on. My prayer for the Trout family is that they can find solace in the comfort that Wes now enjoys.
Wes Alan Trout of Evansville, Indiana went to be with the Lord on June 28th, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. Wes was born in Evansville, Indiana to Marilyn and John Trout Sr. on January 13, 1952.
Wes was very active in church becoming an usher at Christian Fellowship Church. His strong faith in the Lord allowed him to always stay positive in all circumstances. He enjoyed being outdoors, and always kept the outside of the home immaculate. He had a passion for IU basketball and Green Bay Packers football. He always loved spending time with his family, especially his granddaughter Addy.
Wes will be deeply missed by his loving wife of 45 years, Faith Trout. Also, missing him will be his daughter Heather (Andy) Shekell and son Derrek Trout; granddaughter Addy; and many nieces and nephews.
Wes will be joining his parents in heaven as well as his sister Carol Swiertz, and brother John Trout Jr.
Private Services will be held at Sunset Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation themmrf.org
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