Anyone who met Ken Trout only knew him as a kind, loving, open and giving man. Ken had a unique gift of insightfulness into human behavior learning more about a person within minutes than the person knows of themselves. Friends knew Ken as a man who lived life with passion, loved all people he met, had a unique and honest view of the world and found only good in every man, woman and child.
Ken died peacefully in Pam’s arms at home after a four year battle with cancer.
Ken leaves behind his wife of ten years, Pam Kuder, his good friend and previous wife, Liz Trout, and his brothers, Rich Trout of Denver, and Ron Trout of Helena.