Randall Robinson to retire as CEO of Virginia Baptist Homes
Robinson has held the position for more than 20 years.
By ABPnews/Herald staff
Randall Robinson will retire Dec. 31 after more than 20 years as president and chief executive officer of Virginia Baptist Homes, officials announced July 30.
Since 1993, Robinson has been the top executive at the Baptist retirement center with facilities in four Virginia cities: Chesapeake, Culpeper, Richmond and Roanoke.
The Homes’s board of trustees has appointed a search committee to seek Robinson’s successor, and has engaged a national executive search firm to assist in the process.
Robinson was pastor of Millbrook Baptist Church in Raleigh, N.C., when he was elected president of the Baptist General Association of Virginia-affiliated Homes. Earlier he had been pastor of Memorial Baptist Church in Arlington, Va., and had served as the BGAV’s first vice president, on its Virginia Baptist Mission Board and as a trustee of the Homes.
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