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April 08, 2020

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March 24, 2020
I am so sad for the loss of this great man and Doctor. I went to Eastern Hills High School with Bob. We were on the annual staff together our senior year. There were about 20 girls on the staff and we were fortunate enough to convince Bob to be our class photographer! He finally consented and, of course, he did the most incredible job, and was able to capture the greatest photos for our yearbook in 1964. Bob never did anything "half way"...even photography for a high school yearbook! His list of accomplishments are many, but he was also such a kind, caring and fun person to be around. He will be missed by so many...my thoughts and prayers are with his family.
March 24, 2020
Dr. Hillert truly combined the art and science of medicine. He surely saved a lot of lives and prevented much misery by creating the Texas Stroke Coalition thru the Texas Medical Association.
And also Texas Lipid Project in identifying and implementing treatment for Texans at risk of heart disease. He was a leader who brought others together to formalize state of the art treatments as standards of practice for physicians across Texas and the USA.
And he made it fun. Cotes du Coeur was an example of that.The $45,000,000 raised for the American Heart Association funding research has also undoubtedly saved lives. It was his concept. He initiated the idea and brought diverse groups together from industry,
medicine, vineyards, oenophiles along with the AHA and made it happen.
Bob was lots of fun and did a lot of
good. A remarkably rare combination of wit, intelligence, science, medicine and caring heart. Everyone has lost a great leader in his passing. Those who were privileged to know and work with him are blessed with their memory of him. Good work true and faithful servant. May you rest in peace.
March 24, 2020
March 24, 2020
Dr. Hillert truly combined the art and science of medicine. He surely saved many lives and prevented much misery by creating the Texas Stroke Coalition thru the Texas Medical Association.
And also Texas Lipid Project in identifying and implementing treatment for Texans at risk of heart disease. He was a leader who brought others together to formalize state of the art treatments as standards of practice for physicians across Texas and the USA.
And he made it fun. Cotes du Coeur was an example of that.The $45,000,000 raised for the American Heart Association funding research has also undoubtedly saved lives. It was his concept. He initiated the idea and brought diverse groups together from industry,
medicine, vineyards, oenophiles along with the AHA and made it happen.
Bob was lots of fun and did a lot of
good. A remarkably rare combination of wit, intelligence, science, medicine and caring heart. Everyone has lost a great leader in his passing. Those who were privileged to know and work with him are blessed with their memory of him. Good work true and faithful servant. May you rest in peace.
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