Robert Allardice

July 27, 1947 - November 7, 2014

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Robert Allardice

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Robert Duncan Allardice was born on July 21, 1947 in Plainfield, New Jersey and moved to Pitttsburgh, PA as a child. He was one of six siblings (5th born) four brothers and two sisters. He participated in Boy Scouting and was an Eagle Scout. He earned two varsity letters in football as a DE and HB at North Allegheny High School, one varsity letter in wrestling (180 lb. class) and three varsity letters in track and field for discus where he held a record (which legend has it…still stands). He was captain in track and field and co-captain in football. He went on to play football and wrestle at West Point, graduating with the class of 1969.

“Dice” was a man who believed that everyone he met held the potential to be his friend.  He owned an infectious knee-buckling laugh, and could dance like no other. He was bound by his ties to West Point and the members of the Long Grey Line. He lived Duty, Honor, Country every day. Integrity was how he lived his life. He was fiercely loyal and an honorable man.


Click here to read Robert's West Point story.

In Memory of Bobby "Dice" Allardice.



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