Rollin was born in Cleveland and graduated from St. Paul’s School. At Princeton, he was a politics major and a member of the Republican Club, the Cleveland Club, and Ivy. He roomed with Don McLean, J.T. Wallis, and T.D. Wright.

He married Anne Harriman White in his senior year, and after graduation they lived in Rye, N.Y., while he completed a training program at Bankers Trust. They moved to Cleveland, where Rollin worked in shipping with Wilson Transit Co. He went on to pursue a career handling administrative and customer investment service at Cleveland Trust, which became KeyCorp.

He was active in Cleveland Philanthropic efforts as president of Hill House and as treasurer of the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Rollin died Nov. 15, 2023. He was predeceased by his wife, Annie. He is survived by his daughters, Laurel and Wendy; and son Rollin IV.

Undergraduate Class of 1951