Reverend Dr. Tyrone H. Robinson was born in White Plains, NY. He graduated from the White Plains Public Schools in 1977. He participated in numerous scholastic activities in high school and received his varsity letter in basketball. In addition, the White Plains Youth Bureau enhanced Dr. Robinson’s early learning through its youth activities, trips and summer employment programs.
Dr. Robinson attended college at the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he received his BA. Upon graduation, he entered the New York State Police Academy and was employed for the next 21.5 years by the New York State Police. He retired from the NYSP in June 2003.
While a public servant to our community through his work for the State Police, Dr. Robinson also served his community through his church, Calvary Baptist Church of White Plains. At Calvary, he served as a Sunday School Teacher, Associate Minister and Youth Pastor. Dr. Robinson also taught religion as a member of the Theological Department, at Rice High School, a Catholic school in Harlem, New York. He received his Master’s in Divinity May of 2000 and in 2007, Dr. Robinson received his Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Drew University in Madison, NJ.
Dr. Robinson was called to Pastor the First Community Baptist Church of Greenburgh in 2012. He has received many community awards, including the Servant of the Year Award from Calvary Baptist Church, the Man of the Year Award from Mount Hope AME Church and the Guardian of the Year Award from the Westchester-Rockland Guardians Association, Inc.
Dr. Robinson is married to the Honorable Lady Nadine Hunt-Robinson, Esq. and is the proud father of a son, Mali K.H. Robinson. He believes serving others is a privilege and an honor. His creed is “a servant is as a servant does.”