Jeffrey-Hill-Obituary

Jeffrey R. Hill

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It doesn't get any easier. I miss you old pal.

I just learned of Jeff's passing online. Jeff advised me on how to get the best deal on my first Fender Stratocaster in 1973 that I still have. Later, he encouraged me to loan my homemade laser light show system to Knut Koupee, which he showed to Prince and others. The store was a fun place to go because of Jeff and Karl. Thank you for warm memories.

I miss this guy soooo much!

I knew Jeff in the early 70's and think of him with love and respect...my condolences to his family and friends for the great loss of him.

Jeff,

Okay, so, your Anderson guitar is no longer a "shrine" in my living room. Rather, it's been crated and shipped to Rancho Bernardo CA. . .and is hitting the coffee shop jam sessions with Paul Thomson singing/playing
your story. You remain in my heart and head. . .having just completed a "river run" on my CanAm SPYDER which included Marine on St. Croix as well as Pepin and Lake City and Stockholm and Red Wing and all those places you took me whilst I...

I just found out and am just so saddened at the loss of this wonderful person. He and I dated back a few years ago and while we did not work out as a couple, I always had such a huge place in my heart for him. Did not realize fully how much he impacted my life as well as my daughters, my folks, sisters and my dog Rocky too.

Jeff is truly one of a kind, beautiful person and it is/was so great to see how EVERYONE so loved & respected him. Like the Vince Gill CD we listened...

and jamming w/ a clown (me) North Oaks Halloween 2005

jamming w/ friends at the Knut Kuppee reunion

with his folks, Bill & Ann of Milwaukee

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