Robert Stiller was born in United States. Founder of Keurig Green Mountain Bob Stiller made a fortune selling coffee and K-cups, the now ubiquitous single-serve coffee pods. His roughly 5% stake in the Vermont outfit was recently worth more than $1 billion. He lost a big chunk of his fortune in 2012, when he was forced to sell 5 million shares to cover margin calls on loans taken against his position. Stiller got his start selling E-Z Wider cigarette rolling paper in 1971. He sold out in 1981, pocketing $3.1 million pre-tax. He used some of that cash to buy a coffee store near his ski condo in Sugarbush, Vermont; he eventually dropped the retail business to focus entirely on manufacturing, roasting his Green Mountain coffee for big customers like ExxonMobil. In the mid-1990s, he invested $150,000 in what became Keurig. Stiller, who is chairman emeritus, and his wife recently gave $10 million to Fair Trade USA, which certifies products the come from farmers and workers who are justly compensated. They also gave $5 million to the Norton Museum in Palm Beach.
In 2009 Stiller published a 685-page volume of his collected poetry, Poetyka pierwszej dziewiątki (Katowice, Wydawnictwo KOS), which included a CD of his readings of selected poems
Shortly after the 2006 death of his old friend, famed science-fiction writer Stanisław Lem, Stiller published a book of reminiscences, Lemie! po co umarłeś? Opowieść w reminiscencjach (Lem, What Did You Die For? A Story in Reminiscences), Kraków, vis-à-vis/etiuda, 2006
Robert Reuven Stiller (25 January 1928 – 10 December 2016) was a Polish polyglot, writer, poet, translator, and editor