November 27, 2021
Heaven gained an incredible angel on November 27, 2021.
Maria (Von Badinski) Stout, age 86, died peacefully, surrounded by her loved ones, in Warrington, PA.
Maria was an absolute ray of sunshine, and her home was always warm and inviting, just as her personality was. If you were fortunate enough to have had her in your life, you were truly blessed. She was famous for cooking delicious, comforting foods, and had a knack for making everyone happy and welcome at their many parties and holiday gatherings.
She was born in New York, and settled in Pennington, NJ, and to this day, has many lifelong friends whom she cherished. Ruth, Justine, Connie and Maria were "The Quad Squad", and never forgot each other for over 70 years.
Maria and her loving husband, Richard, then moved to Groveville, NJ, where they lived a simple and wonderfully satisfying life together for over 65 years. Richard was the love of her life, and they remained inseparable until her last breath.
They had two children, David Stout and Heidi Riesenberger, who were so lucky to have Maria as their mom. Maria also fiercely loved her son-in-law, Dr. Robert Riesenberger, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joanne Stout, and especially her grandchildren, who gave her such immense happiness. David Stout, Jr. (Elisa), Lindsey Newman (Matt), Lauren Morris (Tony), and John Riesenberger will all miss their "Chachi" very much, as will her honorary granddaughter, Amanda Breccia Campbell (James).
She was so fortunate to also have had great grandchildren to love. Logan, Connor, Jack, Luke, Olivia, Renna and Knox did not have enough time with her, but were grateful to have known her.
If you'd like to celebrate Maria's life with those closest to her, come say hello on Tuesday, December 14, 2021. She was very down-to-earth, so please dress casually (she loved her jeans!).
Please stop in anytime on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, between 10:00AM and 12:00 PM at the Buklad-Merlino Yardville Memorial Home, 30 Yardville-Allentown Road, Yardville, NJ 08620.
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