Amanda Lundahl-Robinson, Chandler Robinson
Counties, Cities, Jails covered: Cache County Jail, Box Elder County Jail
Experience: Amanda and Chandler have been with Beehive Bail Bonds for 2 1/2 years
Bio: Chandler is father of two and donates the majority of his free time to coaching baseball. He has coached all different ages from Little League to High School. He enjoys being outdoors with his family whether it is yard work, snowmobiling, or just hanging out.
Amanda is also an avid baseball fan, and enjoys watching Chandler, and her two children play sports. She has a large garden and enjoys growing all kinds of vegetables and flowers in it. She teaches cardio kickboxing and other fitness classes in her spare time.
Your History in your area: Chandler and I are both from Cache Valley. We were born and raised here. It is a great community. One thing that we love the most is the scenery. It is a beautiful place to live.
The best thing about being a Bondsman with Beehive is being able to help people. Most of the people that we meet everyday are great people need help to get back on track. Our clients are great and we really appreciate them
Joni Anderson Bott
What Counties, Cities, and Jails you cover: I cover Utah County Jail in Spanish Fork, Orem Holding facility, and the local courts.
Experience: I have been an agent for Beehive Bail Bonds since November 2002.
A little something about yourself: I graduated from UVU, (at the time it was UVCC) in Business management/Fashion Merchandising. I grew up in a family owned business, and was taught the importance of our customers and personal service. I love meeting new people and forming new friendships. I’m a “talker,” so I like talking to people, and I have a good listening ear. I think that’s why I love my job so much!
Why you like what you do: I’m married to my husband Tom. We have been married for 28 years, and have lived here in Utah County for 27 years of that time. I’m a mom to a daughter and a son, so I can relate to raising kids in a troubled world. I understand a parent’s frustration, and I’m non-judgmental. Some of my clients I have cried with, hugged, and became their confidant. Some clients call me with updates on their children’s, or friend’s, progress and successes, which I love to hear about. I’ve even had a few marriage proposals from the defendants that I bond out! I see some of my former clients out and about, and they always stop me to say, “Hi, do you remember me? You helped me, and you were so nice!” That’s the most rewarding feeling of all.
For fun, my family and I like to go Jeeping in Moab, hiking our local trails, boating on our Utah Lakes, taking our two dogs for walks and rides in the car, and vacations together to Disneyland is our favorite. We have traveled to Europe together, and we have been on three cruises. Family time is important to me. I have a “sub-agent” Jill that takes over for Utah County bonding when I’m gone, so someone is always available to help you.
I love my job! Beehive is the best company to work for…what else can I say! Our main corporate office is in Salt Lake City, but I live here in South Utah County. I’m only 20 minutes from Utah County Jail, so wait time is usually minimal.
What Counties, Cities, and Jails you cover: Davis, Weber, & Boxelder Counties
Bonding Agent: 28 Years
Enforcement Agent: 26 Years
Federal Service: 48 Years
Additional Experience: I work in Davis County, Farmington & Weber County, Ogden & Box Elder County, Brigham City areas. In addition to years of experience in the field as a bonding & enforcement agent, I taught bail enforcement at Salt Community College for several years at the Larry Miller Campus. Instruction included rules & laws applicable to bail enforcement agents. Additionally, I cited many cases I had worked in the field explaining circumstances, precautions, & special situations with each. I also related numerous times working with law enforcement on State & Federal Levels. Also served for 2 years on the State Of Utah BCI Bail Enforcement licensing and regulatory board. This entailed reviewing licensing applications, voting on regulatory items, & reviewing violations for applicable penalties. Attended the University Of Utah and Weber State when I completed my studies. Also served in the United States Airforce for 10 Years.
What Counties, Cities, and Jails you cover: Davis County, Weber County and Box Elder County
How long you have been an Agent: 11+ Years
A little something about yourself: I enjoy spending time with my family and extended family. I have an awesome wife who is very patient and two great sons that have been a blast to raise. I love music, from Classic Rock to Ska, or from Metal to Hip Hop, and even a bit of Classical and Country. I like to ride motorcycles and golf even though I don’t get to do either as often as I wish. I do hate yard work, and if the state allowed it, I would trade bonding services for yard work.
Why you like what you do: I love what I do, because I not only get to help our clients get bonded out of jail, but I get to help their families get through a traumatic experience, with dignity and respect. Also, with the experience I’ve acquired, I can answer my client’s questions and point them in the right direction for help. In our family we joke that we are the only family that wishes to live in close proximity to the jail.
Positive experiences with clients: I have had more clients than I can count, that have thanked Robin and me for helping them with their bond and for the advice and information we have shared with them. I have received thank you notes from family members, parents, clients, and even inmates from the jail that we have helped by making phone calls for them. It is rewarding to know that I am helping our clients navigate the legal system and can help them through a very difficult time.
Your History in your area: I have been working for Beehive Bail Bonds in Davis County since July of 2004, when I inherited the Davis County territory from my father-in-law. Don Sterling taught me the ropes and shared his ability to work well with all types of clients while maintaining perspective and a sense of humor. I enjoy sharing the territory with Robin Barraclough, and will continue to strive to help clients out of tough situations.
IF YOU CAN’T BEHAVE, CALL BEEHIVE! EVERYBODY MAKES MISTAKES. IT’S HOW YOU CLEAN UP THE MESS THAT COUNTS!
Experience: 29 years
Personal information: I am proud to be a Bail Agent for Beehive Bail Bonds since 1986. Myself, along with my fellow Beehive Agents are very experienced and we treat ALL of our clients with courtesy and respect, as well as getting your loved one out of jail in a very professional and expeditious manner. Just give me a call 24/7 at 435-649-9111 and we will put everything in motion to get your family member or loved one out of jail, quicker and more efficient than any other company ! Beehive Bail Bonds…the Company you can Trust !
What Counties, Cities, and Jails you cover: Kanab and Southern Utah
How long you have been an Agent: 8 Years
A little something about yourself: My name is Larry Jackson. I have been in the Kanab and Southern Utah for 30 years, I have been an agent for Beehive Bail Bonds for the last 8 years. I have good knowledge of the court system and look forward to helping you and your friends and family out in a difficult time.
Vickie Boren Anderson / Mildred Betts
Counties, Cities, Jails covered: Available 24/7 in Uintah, Duchesne, and Daggett
Personal information: While working as a waitress, in Vernal, I learned the legal system wasn’t easy to navigate. I made a decision to help others find solutions and avoid typical legal landmines, leading me to Beehive Bail Bonds. To say I love what I do would be an understatement. Being arrested can be intimidating and difficult (to say the least). I love being the calm reassuring voice on the other end of the phone when you call me. I take confidentiality and discretion very seriously. With 33 years of experience there isn’t much I haven’t witnessed. I will offer probable outcomes and potential solutions based on my experience and years of observation of thousands of cases similar to yours. When a concerned family member reaches out to me, I enjoy being the voice of reason and to offer comfort and reassurance that things will come to a quick and reasonable resolution.
Positive experiences: In order to assure you a positive response to your call of distress, I have backup.
Unfortunately, I have built a large repeat clientele over the years. Fortunately however, I have remained in the business and am still in a position to help others. I often go the extra mile—driving clients home, meeting family members at their convenience, and reassuring them that they are not alone. Indeed, I am more than an agent, I care about you and the resolution of your unfortunate circumstance. If you call you, you can be assured you will get an answer.
History in this area: My family has called the Uintah Basin home for 4 generations. I have a deep understanding and respect for area in which I have chosen to raise my children, grandchildren, and build my life. These communities are built on a strong work ethic, deep sense of independence, and strong core values. I understand the need to work, the need to be self-sufficient and will do everything I can to insure you resume your normal daily routine as soon as possible.
Counties, Cities, Jails covered: Iron County, Cedar City, and St George Utah.
Experience: 10 years
Personal information: My name is Torrey Morrison I have been an agent in the St. George area for over 10 years. I enjoy spending time with my family and being a bail bondsman. It gives me the unique opportunity to help my clients get back to their family lives and keep their jobs during difficult times. I cover Iron County, Cedar City, and St George Utah.
Richard T. Eastman
Counties, Cities, Jails covered: Weber County, Box Elder County.
Experience: 16 years with Beehive Bail Bonds
Personal information: I was born and raised in Ogden, and graduated from Ogden High School in ’85 (Go Tigers!). During my off-time, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, and have a deep love of music. I’ve played in numerous local bands over the years, and for fun enjoy DJ’ing on the side.
Why I Do What I Do Being born and raised in Ogden, I’ve certainly seen the hardships that the people here face from a first-hand perspective. I have a deep sense of compassion and empathy for those that face these often unexpected, and sometimes life changing experiences. We all make mistakes, and I believe that during these times many people are often left with the feeling that they are alone. My job is to help you and your family/friends through this difficult time, my commitment is to serve you with the highest level of professionalism, and my promise is to approach every new or existing client without judgment.