Charles Robert "Bob" Stillman1924 ~ 2012Charles Robert (Bob) Stillman, President and C.E.O. of Standard Supply Company, passed away on January 31, 2012 surrounded by his family and friends following a short, but courageous, battle with cancer.Bob was born August 29, 1924 to Garrie Wayne and Florence Stillman in East Millcreek. He graduated from Granite High School and the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He served in the U.S. Army from 1944 to 1946 as a medic in the Pacific Theatre of World War II. His brother Richard, a pilot, lost his life in the same war. Bob married his college sweetheart, June Clark, on November 3, 1950. They were married for 60 years prior to her passing in 2010.They have two beautiful daughters, Susan and Wendy Oakes (Gene) and four grandchildren, Robert (Marie), Rachelle, Jordan, and Tyler. He is survived by two sisters, Frances Fehr (Bob) and Marilyn Stillman, and preceded in death by his brothers, Garrie and Richard.Bob joined his father in the family business, Standard Supply Company, in 1946. He loved his work at Standard Supply, spending time at the office, visiting with clients, working with the staff, and enjoying the success of his lifelong efforts. He worked up until a few weeks prior to his passing. He shared a tremendous bond of friendship with his colleagues at Standard Supply and considered them to be members of his extended family. Bob loved being outdoors. He was an avid sportsman and fisherman who tied his own flies, reloaded his own shells, and actively helped to manage the duck club. He was happiest when on the water or in the wild with family and friends. His other great passion was golf. He came to the game late in life, at age 50, but played for over 35 years. He was a lifetime member of the Alpine Country Club and a founding member of Bloomington Country Club. He enjoyed every aspect of game, except for the sand and water hazards, and even made his own golf clubs. The home Bob built over 50 years ago on a parcel of his Grandfather's farm was a source of comfort, pride and fond memories. He was thrilled when the city officially named the street Stillman Lane. It was in his avocation as loving father and grandfather that he was happiest. He was loved tremendously and will be missed greatly. The family wishes to thank the staff at Caresource for their many kindnesses and tender care of Bob during his last days, Funeral services will be held Tues Feb 7th at 2:00 pm at Wasatch Lawn, 3401 Highland Dr., where family and friends may call Monday 6-8 PM and one hour prior to services. Interment Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.