Annmari Robinson Wiki – Biography
Annmari Robinson and Jamar Robinson are the Atlanta couple, has died. Jamar Robinson was the principal of Westlake High School. Annmari Robinson was an assistant professor at Georgia State University.
Annmari Robinson had been an assistant professor at Permiter College at Georgia State University since 2005, according to her LinkedIn page. Annmari Robinson listed Miami, Florida, as her hometown on her Facebook page and attended Miami Edison High School. Like her husband, Annmari Robinson was a graduate of Florida A&M, graduating in 2001 with a degree in criminal justice and political science. In 2002, Annmari Robinson attained a master’s degree in public administration. Annmari Robinson also attended Georgia State University. She wrote on her Facebook page:
My life has been defined by the acceptance of challenges placed before me and my ability to meet and overcome those challenges to ultimately find success. Throughout the struggles and circumstances I have found myself in, education has been my one steady and absolute ally. Through my pursuit and attainment of knowledge, I have become a conqueror.
Annmari Robinson Age
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Who was Jamar Robinson
According to Jamar Robinson’s profile on the Fulton School System website, he was a graduate of Southwest Dekalb High School. Jamar Robinson went on to attend Florida A&M University where he was a drum major in the school’s band.
Jamar Robinson was quoted by The Famuan newspaper in 2000 as saying, “I always want to be the best — the top in whatever I do.” Following his graduation from Florida A&M, he attained advanced degrees from the University of Phoenix, Georgia Southern University and Georgia State University. Prior to joining Westlake High School, Jamar Robinson taught at Martin Luther King, Jr. High School in Stonecrest, Georgia. His initial roles at Westlake High School was as an English teacher and manager of the schoolwide testing.
On September 13, the couple celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary, according to a post on Annmari Robinson’s Instagram page. She wrote in part in the caption, “Just asking God to bless our family and keep us thankful and grounded!”
NBC Atlanta reported in April 2020 that Jamar Robinson was responsible for a scheme which saw Westlake High School seniors have their photos displayed on billboards across Atlanta and South Fulton. He told the station, “We knew we had to do something huge to make up for that they are still recognized and still loved so you drive up and down the streets and you see these gigantic billboards highlighting everything. Our students up there as well.” In August 2020, Robinson defended his students in an interview with WSB-TV after a photo of Westlake students on school grounds without masks went viral.
Cause of Death
Jamar and Annmari Robinson are the Atlanta couple who died after drowning during a trip to Puerto Rico where two months after the couple celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary. Jamar Robinson was the principal of Westlake High School. Annmari Robinson was an assistant professor at Georgia State University.
Westlake football coach Bobby May confirmed the couple’s deaths in a tweet on November 11. May wrote, “Our hearts are broken for the family of Mr. Robinson and Mrs. Robinson and the entire Westlake community. We will always remember Mr. Robinson as the principal who worked tirelessly, was always upbeat, passionate, never missed a game or event and LOVED his students with a heart that was unmatched.”
Puerto Rico Headline News reports that Robinson and his wife were swimming at the beach close to the La Concha Hotel in San Juan when Annmari Robinson began to struggle against the current. The report said that Jamar Robinson attempted to reach his wife when the couple became submerged. The article also said that the couple became trapped in a whirlpool. The incident occurred around 3:55 p.m. local time, reports PrimeraHora.com.
CBS Atlanta reports that an email sent to parents from the Fulton County School System clarified that the couple’s deaths were unrelated to COVID-19.