Russell D. Robinson

Russell D. Robinson is a native Oklahoman. He attended the University of Tulsa and received a B.S. degree from East Central State University in 1966, with a major in accounting.  Mr. Robinson was certified in Oklahoma in 1970.  He began his public accounting career in 1966 in Lawton, Oklahoma, with the firm of Loyd K. Bendurer & Co., Certified Public Accountants.In 1967, Mr. Robinson became affiliated with Norman C. Cross, Jr. and was admitted as a partner in January 1972.  In January 1976, the firm’s name was changed to Cross and Robinson, Certified Public Accountants, A Professional Corporation.  He has been the managing partner since 1985 and up until the firm merged with Regier Carr & Monroe, CPAs, LLP in 2015.  As a partner in a local firm, Mr. Robinson has a well-rounded background in audit, tax and consulting services.

The majority of Mr. Robinson’s experience and expertise has been in the oil and gas, manufacturing and insurance industries.  He also has extensive experience in the hospital field and medical services area.

Mr. Robinson has conducted several seminars with major oil companies in regard to employees’ benefits, financial planning, estate taxes and IRA rollovers.

He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Accountants, Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Tulsa Chapter of Certified Public Accountants and the Tulsa Estate Planning Forum.

Mr. Robinson has been involved in the following activities:

The Board of Cedar Ridge Country Club
The Board of Forest Park South Homeowners’ Association
The Board of the Margaret Hudson Foundation
The Board of Byrd Community School
Trustee for the Meals on Wheels Endowment Fund
The Board of Trustees, Southern Hills Church of Christ
President of Southeast Tulsa Rotary Club
Member of Tulsa Memorial Area Planning Council
Member of City of Tulsa Civil Service Commission
Treasurer of several political candidates

Mr. Robinson has two children, Matthew and Whitney, and five grandchildren. He enjoys playing golf and traveling with his wife Martha.