About Ellen H Robinson

Ellen H. Robinson has served in industries ranging from commercial flight to grocery sales. She accepted her first job in Yonkers, New York, in the mid-1950s, having moved to the United States from her native Germany at the age of 18. Ellen H. Robinson then moved to Hollywood, California, where her uncle Heinz Roemheld scored and composed for such motion picture production companies as Universal Studios, MGM, and Paramount.

While living in the Los Angeles area, Ellen H. Robinson accepted a job at Studio City’s Hughes Market and later joined Continental Airlines as a flight attendant. She married Formula 1 driver John Peters in 1961 and thus began a 21-year marriage. The couple, which lived by turns in France, England, and the United States, had two daughters who have since given Ms. Robinson five grandchildren.

Ms. Robinson has also lived for 11 years in Carlsbad, California, where she served a variety of local companies. A former pastry chef in a French bakery, she has also served as the national sales manager for the company that manufactures Mister Dudley spice grinders. Now a resident of New Mexico and wife to Bruce Robinson, she enjoys spending her time gardening, traveling, and welcoming friends to her home in the mountains.

Work History

Work History
Jan 1988 - May 1995

National Sales Manager

Gessner Products
Jan 1960 - May 1980

Flight Attendant

Continental Airlines