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It is with profound sadness that we acknowledge the passing of an extraordinary talent and a deeply valued member of our community— William 'Bill' Stuff. A visionary in every sense, Bill's remarkable career as a commercial architect le an indelible mark on the landscape of our state. His innovative designs not only shaped skylines but also enriched the lives of those who experienced his work. Beyond the draing table, Bill possessed a rare and genuine talent for photography—a passion that allowed him to capture the breathtaking beauty of the natural world with a lens of unique perspective and creativity. Bill was not only a master architect and photographer but also the brother of our Creative Director, Ted Stuff. is connection deepens our sense of loss and gratitude as we dedicate this issue of Signature MT Magazine to Bill, honoring his profound impact and enduring legacy. Each image Bill contributed—whether capturing the delicate detail of a flower, the majesty of wildlife, or the charm of our landmarks—was more than a photograph; it was a testament to his unique artistic vision and deep understanding of our natural world. As we remember Bill, we celebrate both the beauty he created and the creative spirit he shared with us. His architectural marvels stand as a testament to his talent, ensuring his legacy will endure. rough his remarkable work, Bill will continue to inspire, influence, and inform future generations. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Bill's family, friends, and all those touched by his extraordinary life and work. His talent truly made the world a more beautiful place, and he will be deeply missed. With heartfelt sympathy, Hayley Lenington-Leray David Leray Editor Publisher I N M E M O R I A M A Master of D esign & Vision W I L L I A M ' B I L L ' S T U F F SIGNATURE MONTANA | 9 Bill Stuff's legacy of groundbreaking design advanced modern ideas about functionalism and purity of form. With a dynamic, energetic aesthetic, these structures redefine functionalism and purity of form, marking a striking departure from conventional architecture.

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