P.O. Box 2518
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Stewart Stillman was born June 5th 1968 in St. Louis Missouri. The second oldest of four boys, his parents divorced when he was very young. With a lower class upbringing Stew and his three brothers worked to help the household. As early as thirteen he worked mowing lawns and weekends and summers working with his dad rehabing and roofing houses. However, Stew still managed to play little leauge baseball until he was about sixteen. In high school he worked in a grocery store , in a restaurant as a bus boy and later promoted to waiter. Stew learned strong work ethics from both his parents and his grandmother who had a big christian influence in helping his mother raise four boys.
Stew graduated from Ritenour High School in North St. Louis on his 18th birthday. He married his high school sweetheart shortly after and had two beautiful daughters. They divorced after only nine years. Stew attended St. Louis County Fire Academy in 1991 and Southeast Missouri State Police Academy in 1995. He went on to have a short carrer in Southeast Missouri as a police officer and firefighter and also worked his days off as an EMT for an ambulance service. Leaving St. Louis and his two girls was a big adjustment so he moved back to St. Louis two years later to be closer to them and worked as a service technician for a fire protection company and part time as a chauffeur. Working multiple jobs most of the last 25 years and being a full time chauffeur Stew saught other dreams and met Bryan Robison , owner of Payment Bail Bonds. Thru Bryans friendship and encouragement Stew became a licensed bail agent. ” Its great to be working with Bryan and his professional team. “
Stews hobbies and spare time he enjoys working and restoring his 1984 Chevy Truck. His next dream to work on will be a classic muscle car or an older caddy! He also likes to refinish antique furniture doing some home remodeling and collecting watches and you can always find Stew at the range firing his collection of hand guns. He also loves Baseball, reading history books and looking at architecture.
Stew is also a new grandpa and cannot wait until his little grandaughter can go to cardinals games and camping. Someday he will teach her how to shoot a gun! He enjoys spending time with both of his girls, son in law and hopes to one day take them all on a family vacation.
“I have a strong honest work ethic and my vast experience in serving the public. I am excited with my position at Payment Bail Bonds and to begin the new chapter of my life to continue to serve and protect”.