Excerpt from: The Wisconsin State Journal
Thursday, June 30, 1994
Allin, Robin Nail, M.D.
MADISON -- Dr. Allin passed away on Monday, June 27, 1994. He was born on February 13, 1911 in Cleburne, Texas. A 70-year resident of Madison, Robin was the youngest of five sons to Flora Belle (Gritton) Allin and John Warren Allin, originally of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. At the age of 14, accompanied by his parents, he drove a Model T Ford to Madison to join his oldest brother, Bushrod. Following his graduation from the old Wisconsin High School, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he obtained his Bachelors and medical degrees. Robin was a member of the class of 1934. He married Ruth Elizabeth Emory on August 10, 1935 at the First Congregational Church. Upon completion of his internal medicine training at Wisconsin General Hospital in 1939, Dr. Allin served for three and one-half years in the U.S. Army Medical Corps during World War II. He left the service with the rank of Major. Entering private practice in Madison, his career spanned the years 1946 until retirement in 1975 due to disability. Dr. Allin practiced at the Dean Clinic from 1961 to 1975. Following his retirement, he became a medical consultant to the Bureau of Social Security Disability Insurance. Dr. Allin was very active in professional and community organizations.....
Ruth Elizabeth Emory Allin (1911 - 2009)*