|Preceded by Jeff Griffin|
Succeeded by Bob Miller
Party Republican Party
Succeeded by Hillary Schieve
Name Bob Cashell
|Governor Richard Bryan|
Role Former Mayor of Reno
Children Robert A. Cashell, Jr
Preceded by Myron E. Leavitt
Spouse Nancy Parker (m. 1964)
|Full Name Robert Alan Cashell|
Born April 22, 1938 (age 77) Longview, Texas, U.S. (1938-04-22)
Political party Republican (1983â€“present)
Residence Reno, Nevada, United States
Education University of Nevada, Reno, Stephen F. Austin State University
Previous office Mayor of Reno (2003â€“2014)
Mayor of Reno Bob Cashell Confronting Anti police protesters..
Robert Alan Cashell (born April 22, 1938) is an American businessman and politician. He served as the mayor of Reno, Nevada from 2002-14. He served as the 28th Lieutenant Governor of Nevada from 1983-87 and on the University of Nevada System Board of Regents from 1979-82. He is a member of the Republican Party and a former member of the Democratic Party.
- Mayor of Reno Bob Cashell Confronting Anti police protesters
- Sue lowden humilated after being stood up by reno mayor bob cashell
Sue lowden humilated after being stood up by reno mayor bob cashell
Due to his large contributions to students a field house at University of Nevada was constructed and named after him. He is also a prominent businessman, owning Cashell Enterprises, a hotel/casino company. He bought Bill & Effies, a truck stop, in 1967 and renamed it Boomtown Reno. He sold it in 1988 after turning the property into a casino/resort.
He managed several properties including: Karl's Silver Club (now the defunct Bourbon Square Casino) in Sparks, the Bourbon Street Hotel and Casino (now demolished) in Las Vegas and the Avi Resort & Casino for the Avi Indian Tribe in Laughlin. He was a partner in several ventures including: Carson Station (now Max Casino) in Carson City, the Comstock Hotel & Casino (now The Residences at Riverwalk Towers) in Reno and the Holiday Casino (now Harrah's) in Las Vegas. He has also owned several properties including: Winners Inn, Star Casino and Model T Truck Stop in Winnemucca and the Alamo Truck Stop in Sparks. His son, Robert Jr., was a partner in the new ownership of the Fitzgeralds Reno in downtown Reno (which is now the Whitney Peak Hotel). Cashell and his family own and operate Alamo Truck Plaza in Sparks and Topaz Lodge in Gardnerville.