Bo & Bill

Stueck

“We are grateful that we are able to support local Kansas City organizations and to give back to the great city which has brought us success.”

When Bill was 11 years old, he began mowing lawns in what was then the brand-new community of Leawood. Since then, he has grown that business into Suburban Lawn and Garden in Martin City. And he and his wife Bo are grateful to give back to the great city that has brought them success. Bill is on two board at US Bank, is on the steering committee for the Nelson Atkins Museum Business Council, and is a trustee for the Kansas Nature Conservancy. He is on the board for Hope Faith Ministries (a day center for the homeless) and has been active in many other civic and charitable organizations, from the American Royal to the Heart of America Boy Scouts of American to the Epilepsy Foundation. While Bill is busy with those activities, Bo designed and helped install the sprinkler system for the Ronald McDonald House on Cherry Street and was instrumental in setting up the Stueck Family Foundation, which now supports many local charities. The Stuecks dedicated 100 acres of their property in Johnson County to the Kansas Land Trust, and that property is now reserved for the exclusive use of local charities holding fund-raising disc golf tournaments.