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July 18, 2018

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November 6, 2017
The Hills were such good neighbors on Great Oaks Parkway. Good memories of our quiet neighborhood.
Our sincere condolences,
Brad & Shirley Ellis
August 19, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed Forest's wit and knowledge as a fellow member of the Town and Gown Club. He was always very gracious and knowledgeable about world affairs and history. A wonderful companion at a cocktail party and a very nice man!
July 24, 2017
Forest Hill was one of the most important teachers I ever had, and he made a great difference to my life.
Sincere condolences to his family and many friends.
July 19, 2017
How friendly and helpful was Forest, and Helen also, when we first moved to Austin from Wisconsin. He and Helen made us feel so welcome in the Department, and glad to be in Austin again. Forest was an endlessly resourceful person for learning about both the Department and the campus in general, and he seemed to know about everyone and everything and could keep me posted on the "inside story," so to speak. In short, he was an ideal colleague, and i cherish his memory and his kindness to a newcomer to the faculty.