Brady Joe Stamps, 40, left this world on Tuesday March 24th, 2020. Although he was born on Dec. 26th, 1979 in Oregon City, OR, he spent most of his life in Montana, formally in Ravalli County in the heart of the Bitterroot Mtns. He recently resided in Libby MT with his wife Heather Stamps.
Brady had many accomplishments to his credit. He was the owner of B&M Contracting in which he was a general contractor and seasoned timber faller. He could hold his own with the best! Brady also held a college degree in Fire Science which aided him on the many fires in which he helped on. In addition, he earned his EMT certificate.
Brady was very competitive which allowed him to pursue his hobbies on a more professional level. He is an accredited member of Boone & Crocket and Pope and Young his latest elk scored 325 2/8. His other competitive hobbies included Archery, Darts, Skeet shoots, fishing tournaments etc. Brady loved the outdoors; fishing hunting trapping camping or just driving an unknown dirt road with his wife Heather.
While Brady was arrogant and argumentative at times, which most of us loved or at least respected, he was a true softy, artistic, and a poet at heart. This was always evident through his drawings and tattoos he did. Brady was loved by many and he made lifelong friends wherever he went. He would never take your last beer but happily give you his. Very seldom has there been a man who had or would do so much for a friend or family. He was truly a “Mans” man. He will be missed. Rest easy Brady.
Brady is survived by his wife Heather Dawn Stamps married Dec 21, 2019; his father Brad Paulson; his mother Sabrina “Sam” Cheri Paulson; his biological father James Michael McEahern; his son Cole Paul Carrol; his daughter Cheyenne Taylor Hamilton; his sister Brandy Paulson and his grandmothers Faye Mattila Lindros and Bea Paulson. He is preceded in death by his grandmother Diane Hendries and Grandfather Virgil Stamps.
Due to the current situation no services will be held. There will be a celebration of life later this Spring.
Correspondence can be sent to Heather Stamps at 750 Bayhorse Rd. Libby MT. 59923
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Arrangements are by Schnackenberg Funeral Home in Libby. Online condolences and memories may be shared at www.schnackenbergfh.com.
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