There was a nice little write up about Mark in the Standard-Times, although I think there were a few inaccuracies, but that's the paper for ya. Stull remembered as restrained man, passionate pilot » Standard-Times
And another article due next month highlighting his various designs.A new article on Mark in EAA's Light Plane World here: EAA - Light Plane World - Mark Stull Dies in Crash of New Design
All I can do is echo the thought...I did not know him I never even corresponded with him (as far as I can remember) but when I saw he was gone I was stunned and deeply saddened. His love of aviation and desire to help us all out with his experience and knowledge is obvious.As I opened this thread I didn't know what the exact words were going to be, but I knew what it was going to say. I paused for a moment hoping that I was wrong.
I never had the pleasure of meeting him in person, but I had been impressed by his spirit, enthusiasm, and professionalism long before joining this group. He was truly one of those rare people that made aviation better for all of us due to his passion. I'm pretty sure he had that effect on non aviation people that his life touched as well.
He is missed.