Bob Robinson Eaton County Treasurer

About Bob

Bob lives north of Vermontville in the unincorporated community of Bismark with his wife of 22 years, Amy Rose.  He has two daughters; Zoey, a student at Lansing Community College, and Keeley, a sophomore at Maple Valley High School.  He is grandfather to one-year-old Owen and three-year-old Olivia who live in Yorkville, Illinois with son Jonathan and daughter-in-law Kayte.

As treasurer, Bob is a constitutional officer of the county and custodian of all county funds.  He records revenue, is keeper of all property tax rolls and certifications, manages the sale of county dog licenses, collects delinquent property taxes, and forecloses tax delinquent properties.  Bob also serves on the county Elections Commission and Brownfield Redevelopment Authority.  He is Chairperson of the county’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) District, a program that made history by housing the Michigan Public Service Commission in an energy-updated commercial property in Eaton County. He is a member of the Michigan Association of County Treasurers, and is certified in advanced public funds investment management from the Municipal Treasurers Association of the United States and Canada.  A longtime member of the Public Relations Society of America, he is also internationally accredited in the practice of public relations.  His community activities include membership in the Charlotte Rotary, and serving on the boards of Capital Area Community Services, Courthouse Square Association, and the Bismark Community Boosters. Before getting elected in 2012 he operated an independent business for 33 years. 

Bob and his family enjoy a self-sufficient lifestyle, gardening, hunting, and raising chickens on their 100-year-old homestead in the unincorporated community of Bismark, located amidst the rolling hills and cornfields of Sunfield Township north of Vermontville.


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