Chad David Trout, 1976 - 2018
On June 1, 2018, Chad David Trout, left this world to fly and sing with the angels.
Chad was born in Bristow, on Oct. 1, 1976. Throughout his life, he was a natural born entertainer and professional vocalist. He loved to create shows and movies as a child, and that desire to create never ceased. He moved to Nashville in 1995 to pursue a Mercury Polygram record deal. As with most aspiring Nashville artists, the journey took many turns and Chad spent years making music, performing, and touching hearts. Chad and his brother, Travis, revived his father, David Trout’s, band called the Desert Okies which performed for many years in Nashville and throughout the country.
He leaves behind his husband, David Ouellette as well as his father, David Trout; mother Shela Bledsoe; stepfather, Terry Bledsoe and two brothers Travis Trout and Drew Bledsoe; a niece, Fiona and nephew, Leathan. He also helped to raise a young man named Avery that he referred to as his son. He was deeply loved by a multitude of extended family and dear friends.
He was preceded in death by his beloved grandmother, Katie Trout, and aunt, Barbara Trout.
If you had the privilege of crossing paths with Chad, you certainly will remember his shotgun laughter, bright spirit, and magical voice.
He will be dearly missed.