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December 11, 2018

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October 30, 2018
I am very sorry for your loss. My son passed away too, he was invited to your home for a super bowl party that your daughter did as her senior project, a few months later my son got in some trouble with the law, anyway your husband gave him a big break, was very grateful for that. They say that it gets easier with time all I can say is that some days are better than others. One thing that has helped is knowing that he will always be in my heart, maybe that can help you and your family.
March 20, 2018
February 10, 2018
The pain of his loss is still fresh and piercing. SDS, you'll live forever in my memory and in my heart.
January 23, 2018
Scot was a very important professional influence for me and hired me in the fall of 1998 as an attorney and public defender in Okanogan, Washington. I still remember my years there with fondness. Scot was a good mentor, very driven and competitive, but also very compassionate towards his clients and his softball players. He lived life to the fullest and pursued all of his passions with a single-mindedness. He always had a plan of attack, and acted decisively to put it into action. Perhaps because of my formerly youthful appearance, the local sheriffs nicknamed me "Doogie" while I was there, and Scot enthusiastically adopted that nickname and used it to address me almost exclusively thereafter.

I last saw Scot in Winthrop, Washington at a defender conference about five years ago. Two other Law Offices of Scot D. Stuart alumni were also in attendence, Sandro Parrotta and Kelly Armstrong, so the four of us had a nice little informal reunion. Scot will be missed, and my condolences to Vanessa and the girls during this difficult time.