Johnnie Mildred Lout Hutto


Johnnie Mildred Lout Hutto, 88, of Waskom, Texas passed away on July 3, 2017 in Carthage, Texas. She was born on May 24, 1929 in Center, Texas to Lee Lout and Leona Fleming Lout. Funeral services for Mrs. Hutto will be at 11:00 AM on Friday, July 7, 2017 at Mangum Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. David Blakely officiating. Interment will follow at Oaklawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Thursday, July 6, 2017 at Mangum Funeral Home. 
What is a “Legacy”? We all will leave a legacy when we leave this earth, but Johnnie Hutto will leave many legacies because she was a servant of God and a strong pastor’s wife in a supporting role, never wavering from the task or path that God had ordained her to follow. She will leave her footprints on so many hearts, but her most prominent legacy will be her love for Southern Gospel Music, which she shared to the masses.
Johnnie learned to play the piano as a little girl sitting on her daddy’s lap while he worked the pedals for her and showed her the keys. She became self-taught as she rose to the top of the peak of pianists in Southern Gospel music. Quite simply, she was one of the best to sit at the ivories. There are many singers out there today because Johnnie practiced with them for hours to help them blend their voices and music.
Johnnie Hutto answered the call of God to be a servant. She served to God’s approval and always put others before herself. She has left that frail human body in exchange for a Heavenly Body. She has no pain. She is already gathering all the gospel singers who have gone on to Heaven, and she is assembling a Heavenly Choir that will soon be standing at the Portals of Glory singing the most beautiful songs ever heard as God calls His Children to come Home. We will see Johnnie Hutto at the piano directing the choir as we enter into the Pearly Gates. 
Johnnie is survived by her beloved husband, Jake Hutto of Carthage, Texas; children, Larry Hutto of Georgetown, Texas, and Randy and Lynn Stone of DeBerry, Texas; grandchildren, Brent Hutto and wife, Julie of Mineola, Texas, Troy Hutto and wife, Alice of Columbus, Ohio, Cynthia McCarroll and husband, Brian of Tipp City, Ohio; great-grandchildren, Justin McCarroll, Bradley McCarroll, Zachary McCarroll, and Corey Hutto; sisters, Jean Lout Jackson of Benton, Louisiana and Tommie Lout Rohrer and husband, Jim of Sacramento, California. 
She is preceded in death by her parents, Lee and Leona Lout, brothers and sisters, Maurice Lout, P.L. Lout, James Lout, Laverne Lout Smith, Willie Ruth “Bill” Rouvaldt, Birdie Crocker, and Walter Lout Wilburn and Lucille Lout.
Pallbearers for Mrs. Hutto’s service will be Lee O. Savage, Randy Stone, Luther Conway, Ed Tweedie, Roger Reneau, and Carlin Caldwell.
The family is being served by Mangum Funeral Home in Center, Texas. To send condolences or to sign an online register, please visit

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