As far as I know there should not be a problem to configure 2 EIGRP processes and to configure the stub feature in both of them. Using 2 processes will prevent advertising routes learned in 1 process to the neighbor in the other process.
If you configure 2 EIGRP processes they will not advertise to each other and not advertise prefixes learned from the other process unless you configure redistribution between the processes. So your switch would learn prefixes from both neighbors and would have knowledge of the subnets of each neighbor but would not advertise subnets from one neighbor to the other neighbor. Assuming that is what you want then yes you are ok.
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