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Daylon Troutt

Daylon Eugene Troutt of Clever, was born May 16, 1929 in Bird City, Kansas to Howard and Effie (Hoyt) Troutt, oldest of seven children. Daylon went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Daylon accepted the Lord at the tender age of 12 and put God first in all he did. A teacher for 40 years he taught several in the community-their children and even some of their grandchildren. Daylon was called to be a minister of the gospel and shared his love for the Lord and the Bible to all he met. He loved to play the organ, loved animals, and had beautiful plants and gardens. Daylon was drafted into the U.S. Army Signal Core and served two years. During which time he was on the Island of Eniwetok for the testing of the Hydrogen Bomb during the Korean War. He was able to go on the Honor Flight, May 15, 2019 the day before his birthday (90th). He cherished that day and the memories. On February 14, 1951 he proposed to Ellen Bilyeu and they married on March 21, 1951 - 69 years together. Daylon is survived in death by his bride, Ellen ( Bilyeu) Troutt of the home; daughters, Sandy Magruder and husband Carroll, Valerie Mitchell and husband Alvin, Kimberly Troutt Guccione; a son-in-law Ralph Richardson; his grandchildren, Crystal Wilson and husband Terrance, John Claybrook and wife Tonya, Cherie Oh and husband Seung, Jennifer Hale and husband Shane, Mike Richardson and wife Pam, Jason Mitchell and fianc� Tiffany Young, Rachael Jones and husband Barry, Laura Faflak and husband Derek, Marc Wheeler and Alex Grady, Danae Wheeler and fianc� Josh Paget; several great-grandkids and several great-great-grandkids. He was preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Effie Troutt, his brother Rex Troutt, sister Barbara Gann, his sons, Ashley Rene Troutt, John Mark Troutt, daughter Stephanie Richardson, granddaughter Amanda Wheeler; and great grandsons Daniel Goodman and Nathan Richardson. A graveside service will be held at Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Springfield. Cremation is under direction of Adams Funeral Home, Nixa.

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Funeral Home Owner Feb 9 2021 12:00 AM

Worked with Daylon for a few years at Highlandville Elementary. He was a great guy and a great teacher. Everyone loved him and his gentle loving nature. My fondest memory was the skating parties that the HES had uptown. He loved to roller skate and the kids loved to have him out on the rink with them. He was not a kid at that time . I'm guessing close to 60 and the old man could skate. Very athletic and smooth out on roller skates. I will miss him and the kids who had him in class will have learned a lot from Mr. Troutt. Ray Krogh

Ray Krogh Sep 12 2020 12:00 AM