Stonemill Holdings, LLC, was formed by Edward Miller and Everett Stonebraker to manage small businesses in developing and executing strategic growth plans.
Edward D. Miller, Managing Partner
Mr. Miller has founded and funded companies that specialize in a number of industry areas, including toys and games, coin-operated and electronic games, biomedical devices, consumer technology and wholesale textile industry products. Formerly, Mr. Miller was President of Taito America Corporation. At Taito he licensed the popular Japanese video game "Space Invaders" to Bally Corporation and Warner Communications. Later, as President of Allied Leisure Industries he restructured the public company (renaming it Centuri, Inc) and established it as a leader in the manufacturing and marketing of computer video games. Under his leadership, as one of the youngest CEO's of a public company, revenues grew from $5 MM to $61 MM. He was founder of Vasocor, Inc. raising more than $25 MM for clinical trials and development of medical devices for vascular and early stage atherosclerosis detection and acted as its CEO until it was taken over by Credit Suisse First Boston. He is a co-founder and Chairman of R&R Games, Inc., a company that develops and distributes family board games and toys. Miller is also founder of Alpatec Corporation, a company that sells a proprietary high technology fabric to the outdoor recreational clothing industry. During his time in Boston he was Merchandising Manager for WNAC-TV Channel 7 and the Ed Miller, "Dialing for Dollars" game show. He served as an Executive Professor at the University of North Florida's Center for Entrepreneurship, was a member of the American Heart Association's Council on Cardiovascular Sciences and a Director of the Inventors Educational Foundation.
Mr. Miller graduated from Boston University in Communications and Business.
Everett C. Stonebraker, Managing Partner
Mr. Stonebraker has an extensive background in business management in established and start-up enterprises. He was founder and President of Triad Engineering, a manufacturer of airline test equipment. He led the development of a business plan for National Video Network which was sold and became the USA's first network to carry broadcast quality television over terrestrial based fiber optics networks rather than satellites. He was also Vice President of Netvenue Telecom, a colocation data center. He began his career with IBM for a NASA contract testing navigation and guidance equipment and writing flight verification computer programs for the Saturn V in the Apollo space program. Later, he managed telecommunications services for Pan American World Airways, Eastern Airlines, and Florida Power and Light Company where he started a radio tower leasing business. He also has strong experience in emergency management and as a "black belt" in total quality management.
Mr. Stonebraker has an electrical engineering degree from Georgia Tech, an MBA from the University of Miami and has completed numerous post-graduate courses and management programs.