Robb graduated from the University of Georgia with both, his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, 1989, and Master of Taxation, 1990. He began his career in public accounting in 1991 at the national accounting firm KPMG Peat Marwick in Greenville, SC. In 1992, after the death of his dad’s partner, Robb and his wife Lorna journeyed home to Douglas, GA to work with Robert Hurst, Sr., until his retirement in 2004, at Hurst & Hurst CPAs, LLC.
Robb specializes in dealing with the accounting and tax problems of small businesses and their owners. He has extensive experience in the retail, restaurant, construction, healthcare and other professional industries. Other areas in which he exceeds the expertise of most is his in depth knowledge of accounting and auditing procedures and financial reporting requirements for government and nonprofits.
Robb is an active member of the community. He attends First Presbyterian Church of Douglas, Georgia. He has served as a Governor appointee to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs Rural Development Council. He is a Past President of the Waycross Chapter of the Georgia Society of CPAs as well as a Past President of the South Georgia State College Foundation. Robb is a former member of the Georgia Society of CPAs Legislative Committee and Ethics Committee. He currently serves on the Coffee County Jobs Development Council and is an active member of the Coffee County Chamber of Commerce.
Robb and his wife Lorna were both born and raised in Douglas and have been married for 29 years. They have four children, Aaron, Bobby, Chandler, and Avery. He enjoys spending time hunting, golfing, and UGA football.