Cas Marshal Robinson

cas robinson

August 31, 1935 ~ March 17, 2024

Born in: Fayette, Alabama
Resided in: Stone Mountain/Griffin, Georgia

Cas Marshal Robinson, age 88, of Stone Mountain and Griffin GA, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 17, 2024, from complications with Alzheimer’s Disease. He was a devoted husband, a loving father, a proud grandfather and great-grandfather, and helpful friend to all who knew him.

Cas was born on August 31, 1935, to the late Phillip Noble and Laura Dell Robinson, in Fayette, AL. After graduating high school in Tuscaloosa, AL, Cas earned a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Alabama, and then married his high school sweetheart, the late Mary Louise Green, also from Tuscaloosa. Cas went on to earn a degree in Theology from the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary in Louisville, KY, and remained an ordained Presbyterian minister throughout his life.

Cas had many paths in his career; pastor, social worker, community programs manager, elected State House Representative, Public Service Commissioner, loan officer, realtor, real estate broker, political lobbyist, consultant, and business owner. He also volunteered his time in his community, serving on various boards and committees, and promoting worthy causes and community activities, always striving to help make things better.
But to Cas, there was nothing more important than his family. They were the center of his universe. He loved and adored his late wife, Mary Louise (Mel), and there is nothing he wouldn’t do for his children, grandchildren, and great-grandson. To the younger family, Cas was affectionately known as “Bubba,” his favorite “redneck” name.

Cas is survived by his children David and Melody Robinson, Mark and Tammy Robinson, Blake and Kelli Robinson, and Kate and Greg Schermerhorn; grandchildren, Gregory, Raina, Cassidy, Marissa, Amanda and Phillip; and great-grandson Brantley Johnson.
At Cas’ request, no public funeral services will be held; however, a drop-in Celebration-of-Life reception will be held at Blake and Kelli Robinson’s home (3025 Templeton Ln, Loganville, GA 30052) on Saturday, April 6th, from 2:00-5:00pm. Food and beverages will be served. The family requests that no flowers be sent; instead, making a donation to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America in Cas’ name will better honor his memory and help those still fighting the battle. In addition, the family invites friends and loved ones to come to the reception and share your memories and anecdotes about Cas with those gathered.

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  1. I have such sweet memories of your parents. They were always welcoming and such great people. Kate, Blake, David and Mark you are in our thoughts and prayers. As is your families. May you feel the peace of God around you.

    • Thank you my friend and sister. We all appreciate your love and prayers. Both my parents loved you too.

  2. CandleImageMy prayers and thoughts are with the family in this most difficult time. I did not know him personally but having the blessing of working with his daughter Kate, if that’s any indication of this great and interesting man, then he was amazing. He lived a full and loved filled life.

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