“Remembering Toney Fout: A Legacy of Service on the Panama, Oklahoma City Council”

In Panama, Toney Fout grew up. In 1984, he relocated to Panama from Henryetta, Oklahoma. where he received his degree. He relocated here in 1984 along with his parents David and Sharon Fout and their other 3 children. In 1986, Toney and his ex-wife Kellie welcomed Dustin into the world. They then welcomed their only daughter, Natalie, in 1987, followed by another boy, Toney Ray Jr., in 1993. The three kids were all raised by Toney in Panama, where they all received their education. More than 20 years ago, Toney began working for the local council because he wanted to get active in his little community. Toney has big plans for improving Panama, cleaning up, and making changes. having both children’s and adults’ enjoyable activities. Toney will stand up for what is right and, if it is wrong, find a solution. 

Toney is a devoted family man who adores his children and five grandchildren. His kids remember him as a cool dad when they were kids. He was the father that everyone adored among their group of friends, and that is why people choose to hang out and have sleepovers in our place. Every child on the block was interested in our home. Toney is everyone’s best buddy; regardless of whether you like him or not, he will always be your best friend since that is who he is. While growing up and even now, Toney always made his children feel secure. Toney enjoys hunting and fishing when he’s not spending time with his family. 

I asked one of Toney’s friends what they think of Toney; 

 Since his daughter and my son were married in 2015, Mrs. Christmas has known Toney. Toney is a fantastic friend, father, father-in-law, and papa. Toney is a reserved individual who keeps to himself. He likes to make you laugh and is himself a hilarious man. Toney never fails to support his children and grandchildren. He will give you the shirt off his back because he is a man of his word. Toney keeps his word when he promises to do anything. Toney has been a hard worker for as long as I’ve known him, and he’s constantly talking about Panama in the “Old days.” 

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