|Birth||1 MAY 1893|
|Death||21 MAR 1995|
PHILIP KYLE ROBINSON Assistant Army Secretary
Philip Kyle Robinson, 101, a former deputy assistant secretary of the Army and president of the Georgetown Civic Association, died March 21 at his home in Atlanta of complications related to a stroke.
He was deputy assistant secretary of the Army from June 1960 to January 1961.
Mr. Robinson was born in Green Bay, Wis. During World War I, he served in the Army in France and received a Distinguished Service Cross. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin and its law school. In 1958, he moved to the Washington area after retiring as vice president of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company in Milwaukee. In 1986, he moved to Atlanta.He was a member of the Committee of One Hundred on the Federal City and had served on the board of governors of the American Red Cross.
His first wife, Harriette Webster Robinson, died in 1952, and his second wife, Gertrude Hunt Knox, died in 1979. Survivors include two children from his first marriage, Philip K. Robinson Jr. and Barbara R. Hickey, both of Atlanta; two stepsons, N. Rulison Knox of Annapolis and Peter G. Knox of Allentown, Pa.; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.