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Robin Herndon Prince ’60

Published in Dec. 8, 2005, issue

Robin died Sept. 14, 2004, of complications from cancer.

Born in Washington, D.C., he graduated from the Landon School in Chevy Chase, Md., where he played varsity football, earning All-Prep, All-State, and All-Metropolitan honors, and was selected Best Leader. At Princeton, Robin played varsity football in his sophomore and junior years, majored in politics, graduated cum laude, and was a member of Cottage Club.

Robin graduated from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia in 1962 and held executive positions at several asset management firms including Bessemer Trust Company and Morgan Stanley, before founding and becoming chairman of Jamison Prince Asset Management in 1993.

Robin was involved in community activities, was an accomplished golfer and racquets player, and enjoyed boating and skiing. His warm, upbeat personality, unbridled enthusiasm, and keen sense of humor made him very special to his family and friends.

Robin is survived by his wife, Lolly; father, Sydney Rhodes Prince; brother, Sydney R. Prince III; daughters Elizabeth Prince Polluck and Kathryn Prince; son Robin Jr.; and three grandchildren. The class extends condolences to Robin's family on the loss of this classmate who will be greatly missed.

The Class of 1960

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