Bobbie Jo Darr-Stout, 35, of Bloomington, IL, formally of Marshall, IL, passed away on Saturday, March 15, 2014. She was born January 6, 1979 at Terre Haute, IN, the daughter of Dwight Darr and Susan DePasse Clapp. Her father preceded her in death. Bobbie Jo attended Marshall High School at Marshall, IL. She lived life to the fullest and was a free spirit. She loved to make people laugh. She took great pride in her beautiful artwork and cooking abilities. Bobbie Jo has and always will be a trend setter. She loved doing hair and makeup for herself and others to accentuate their natural beauty. Bobbie Jo always said her greatest accomplishment in life was her children Tanner and Hanna. They brought her the upmost joy in life. A scripture that Bobbie loved and wrote in many letters to family members was Deuteronomy 31:6, Be strong, courageous, and firm; fear not nor be in terror before them, for it is the Lord your God Who goes with you; He will not fail you or forsake you. Bobbie Jo will be missed by all who loved her. Bobbie Jo was the former wife of Brad Stout and is survived by two children, Tanner and Hanna Stout of Heyworth, IL; her mother and step father, Susan and Dennis Clapp; stepmother, Kimberly Willis; step father, Bill Dunkley; siblings, Amy Delp, Brittany Darr-Spencer, Jeremy Dunkley, Blake Dunkley, Michael Clapp and Devon Clapp; aunts and uncles, Bubby and Debbie Darr, Rita Hammond, Jim Williams, Glenn Williams, Rick DePasse, Tammy DePasse, Brian and Kim DePasse and Tom and Julie DePasse; nieces and nephews, Justin Mason, Mallory Mason, Xavier Higgs, Naomi Spencer and Caleb Dunkley; cousins, Billy Darr, Sarah Darr, Loredia Hammond, Steve Williams, Tammy Williams, Sammy DePasse, Bethany DePasse, Matthew DePasse, Thea DePasse, Dexter DePasse and Ashley DePasse; grandparents, Dick and Eileen DePasse and Jitts and Jenny Dunkley. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by grandparents, Harold and Edith Darr and two cousins, Stevie Eitel and Heath Williams. Graveside services will be 2:15 PM Thursday at the Auburn Cemetery, rural Marshall, IL. Visitation will be1-2 PM Thursday at Pearce Funeral Home. Immediately following the graveside services a meal for all family and friends will be held at the Marshall VFW. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made directly to the family in care of Pearce Funeral Home, 314 S. 6th St., Marshall, IL 62441.