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International investment services executive

Bob Leo Robinson was American international investment service executive. Certified property manager. Decorated Army Commendation medal, Meritorious Service medal; recipient numerous public service awards; named to Tennessee Technology Reserve Officers Training Corps Hall of Fame, 1988.


Robinson, Bob Leo was born on September 9, 1933 in Franklin, Tennessee, United States. Son of Washington and Cornelia Irene (Lampley) Robinson.


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Mgmt, Tennessee Technology University, 1955.


Quality control engineer, Gates Rubber Company, Nashville, 1960;technical representative, Home Insurance Company, 1961-1965;civilian staff administrative assistant, Department Army, Nashville, 1965;executive assistant to president, Sullivan's Department Stores, Nashville, 1966-1969;director engineering and development, Venture Out in American, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1969;vice president, then executive vice president, Hospital Corporation American, Nashville, 1970-1979;president, chief Executive officer, Real Estate Group Inc., Nashville, since 1974;president, chief Executive officer, Fidelity Title Company, Nashville, 1974-1983. President International Business and Investment Services, Orlando, since 1978. General partner Union Square Ltd., Jacksonville, Florida, 1973-1979.

Director American Travel Service, World Health Cons. Chairman of the Board emeritus Arnold Palmer Development Company, Orlando, Florida, since 1988. Past vice Chairman, Board Of Directors, chief Executive officer Clinical Diagnostic Systems, Inc., Orlando, 1988-1989.

Past vice chairman Space Rail Corporation, Orlando, 1991. Speaker patriotic Christian events.


  • Certified property manager.


Baptism is something you do in obedience to God, but it is not essential for salvation. In other words, salvation is something God does for us, while baptism is something we do for God.


A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.


The strong feature of Baptism is that prayers are not only led by a minister, but often by a local preacher - a lay person who has been trained and authorized to lead worship and preach.


Member Mayor Nashville Blue Ribbon Committee, 1975-1977. Commissioner City of Brentwood, Tennessee, 1969-1971, vice mayor, 1969-1971, mayor, 1971, member planning commission, 1970-1971. Board directors Goodwill Industries Central Florida, executive committee, chairman operations committee.

Chairman building fund St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville, 1978. Vice chairman Audubon council Boy Scouts American, 1968. Founder Tennessee Technology Reserve Officers Training Corps General's Cup Scholarship Foundation, 1986.

Aide United States Committee for Normandy Memorial Museum, Caen, France, since 1987. Parachutist Israeli Defense Forces, 1989, Royal Thai Special Warfare Command, 1990. Campaign director Drage for County Chairman, Orange County, Florida, 1990.

Board directors Camp Blanding Museum Foundation, since 1995, Camp Blanding Museum and History Associates Inc., since 1996, chairman new museum building committee, since 1997. Served as officer, master army aviator, parachutist, United States Army, 1955-1960, United States Army Reserve, 1960-1983. Major general (brevet) United States Army Reserve, 1990.

Member International Institute Hospital Consultant, Institute Real Estate Management, Army Aviation Association American, Reserve Officers Association, International Association Airborne Veterans, 82d Airborne Division Association.


Married Carolyn Overton, December 18, 1955. Children: Richard Glenn, Leigh Ann, Elizabeth Lynne.

Washington Robinson

Cornelia Irene (Lampley) Robinson

Carolyn Overton

Richard Glenn Robinson

Leigh Ann Robinson

Elizabeth Lynne Robinson