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Bernard Buckley Robinson

Bernard Buckley Robinson, business executive. Served as Second lieutenant, United States Army Reserve Aviation Section, 1917-1920.

Background

  • Robinson, Bernard Buckley was born on June 29, 1894 in Butte, Montana, United States. Son of Dayton Oliver and Maude Lucy (Wood) Robinson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Stanford, 1918.

    Career

    • Assistant finance manager Weinstock-Lubin & Company, Sacramento, California, 1920-1921. Vice president in charge buying Banks-Huntley & Company, investment bankers, Los Angeles, 1922-1930. President Maximum Safety Airplane Company, 1927-1928.

      Fiscal agent Associate Gas & Electric Company, 1930-1938. President Kinner Motors, 1938-1942. Vice president Beverly Hills Hotel Corporation, 1944-1946.

      President B. B. Robinson Enterprises, Berob Corporation of Canada, Ltd., 1953-1955. Vice president General American Oil Corporation of Texas, 1953-1954. Vice president Ambassador Hotel of New York, 1955-1957.

    Membership

    Served as Second lieutenant, United States Army Reserve Aviation Section, 1917-1920.

    Connections

    • Married Laura McLaughlin Bollinger, July 27, 1954.
    • father: Dayton Oliver Robinson
    • mother: Maude Lucy (Wood) Robinson
    • spouse: Laura McLaughlin Bollinger
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    Born June 29, 1894
    Died June 16, 1963
    (aged 68)
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