|1997||Majority Policy Committee Chairman||50||Republican|
|1998||Majority Policy Committee Chairman||50||Republican|
|1999||Majority Policy Committee Chairman||50||Republican|
|2000||Majority Policy Committee Chairman||50||Republican|
|2001||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2002||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2003||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2004||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2005||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2006||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2007||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2008||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2009||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2010||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2011||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2012||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2013||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
|2014||Majority Caucus Secretary||50||Republican|
Captain Robert Dennis "Bob" Robbins (R50) Crawford, Mercer, and Venango (Part) Counties 1991-1992 (R50) Crawford, Erie (Part) Mercer Counties 1993-2002 (R50) Butler (Part), Crawford, Lawrence (Part), and Mercer Counties 2003-2014
Captain Robert Dennis "Bob" Robbins born August 27, 1944, borough of Greenville; son of Leo and Twila Robbins; Greenville High School, 1962; two time, National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), wrestling All American, medalist, United States Military Academy, West Point, B.S., Class of 1966; commissioned, second lieutenant, Regular Army; United States Army Ranger School, Florida; two tours, United States Army Ranger paratrooper, company commander, D Company, 501st Airborne Infantry Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, Vietnam War, Soldiers Medal for Heroism, Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star for Valor, directly responsible for saving over twenty lives, honorable discharge, captain, 1966-1971; Duquesne University; Slippery Rock State College; East Stroudsburg University; teaching certificate, Geneva College, 1973; teacher, wrestling coach, Greenville High School, 1973-1977; insurance agent, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1983-1990, not a candidate for reelection, 1990; elected, Republican Pennsylvania State Senate, 1991-2014.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Member, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Veterans, Mercer County Vietnam Vets, Mercer County Voitura 846, American Legislative Exchange Council, French Creek Council, Boy Scouts of America, Moose, Eagles 803, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Stony Point Grange, Adelphic Lodge #424 Free and Accepted Masons.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 17th district, 1983-1990, not a candidate for reelection, 1990.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 50th district, Crawford, Mercer, and Venango (Part) Counties 1991-1992; Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 50th district, Crawford, Erie (Part) Mercer Counties 1993-2002; Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 50th district, Butler (Part), Crawford, Lawrence (Part), and Mercer Counties 2003-2014; elected, Majority Policy Chair, 1997-2000; elected, Majority Caucus Secretary, 2001-2014; appointed, Pennsylvania Milrite Council, 1993-1994; appointed, Select Committee to Investigate the Use of Automatic and Semiautomatic Firearms, 1994; appointed, Local Government Commission, 1994-2014; elected, chairman, Local Government Commission, 1995-2000; appointed, special taskforce, review, Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association, 1999-2000; elected, chairman, Local Government Commission, 2005-2012committee assignments, Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Game and Fisheries, Local Government, Rules and Executive Nominations, Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness, (Vice Chairman), Urban Affairs and Housing; not a candidate for reelection, State Senate, 2014.
Pennsylvania State House of Representatives Biography:
Elected, Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame, 1995; member, Mercer County Sports Hall of Fame.
Elected, Outstanding American, National Wrestling Hall of Fame, 2001.
Inducted, Keystone State Games Hall of Fame, 2017.
The Pennsylvania Manual, (2013-2014). Phillips, S. (Editor). (Volume 121). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; pages 3-37, 3-40. Biographies of Members of the Senate, page 3-21.
"Class of 1966—Register of Graduates". Register of Graduates and Former Cadets 1802-1971 of the United States Military Academy. The West Point Alumni Foundation Incorporated 1971. page 767.