Roy Hill
1942 - 2020
BORN
1942
DIED
2020
Roy Hill

May 24, 1942 - October 15, 2020

Roy Mack Hill died on Thursday, October 15, 2020. He was born to Roy and Romie Hill on May 24, 1942. Roy received his PhD in English from the University of Houston, and his JD from Baylor University. He was a respected lawyer in McLennan County since 1983, and he also taught in the English Department at Baylor. He is survived by his children, Sarah Elizabeth Arredondo and Julia Ann Wiley; and his grandchildren, Katherine, Zephyr, Avery, Caleb, and Lillian. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Mary Alison.

The family will hold a private celebration of his life in light of COVID-19. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.
To plant trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.
Published by Waco Tribune-Herald on Oct. 18, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
No memorial events are currently scheduled.
To offer your sympathy during this difficult time, you can now have memorial trees planted in a National Forest in memory of your loved one.
Funeral services provided by:
Littlepage Funeral Home
GUEST BOOK
Sponsored by Littlepage Funeral Home.
Add a Message
10 Entries
To the family I knew Mr. Hill by coming into the McLennan County Treasurer Office. We used to have talks about his walks and he loved to tell jokes. He was a hoot & made me laugh all the time. I am going to miss his fun humor, smile & just seeing him. He will be missed greatly.
Lisa Gaskamp
October 19, 2020
I'm so blessed to have known Roy Mack, who always had a greeting and a kind word every time I saw him. He was thoughtful and represented his clients so well. I will miss seeing him around the courthouse. Godspeed, my friend.
Melanie Walker
October 18, 2020
Roy Mack befriended me on our first day of law school. We were both back to school for a new career. We became good friends, study partners and practice court partners. I loved his wry humor and aromatic pipe. I can´t count the number of times he made me or a group of us laugh. I know he was a contribution to the Waco bar and a zealous advocate for his clients. To his girls and family I send my sincere condolences.
Rick Faulkner
October 18, 2020
Roy was a really nice guy. My condolences to his family on their loss.
Merrilee Harmon
October 18, 2020
The Courthouse will not be the same without his daily visits giving out kind words or just simply to say hello. He will be greatly missed. To his family, thank you for sharing him with us.
Ellen Watson
October 18, 2020
Roy was a genuine good person a real honest unique personality who made a impression where ever and whenever on so many. I was fortunate to have him as a friend for so many years.
James Ray Jr.
October 18, 2020
Thinking of Roy Mack´s family at this sad time in your life. I have fond memories of running and hiking with him. I also enjoyed his offbeat sense of humor. My condolences to the family.
DIANE Smith
October 18, 2020
Roy Mack befriended me our first day of law school. During that time he was a friend to me and many others, my study partner and practice court partner. He made me laugh more times than I can count. I know he was a contribution to the Waco bar and a determined advocate for his clients. My sincere condolences to his girls and his entire family.
Rick Faulkner
October 18, 2020
I lived here close to my Dad and am so grateful for all of his knowledge , genuine nature and gentle ways. He was a brilliant man who gave so much to so many. I am so happy I was able to kiss his cheek one last time. I spoke to him at least two or three times each week and I am so glad I was able to have those conversations with him. I will always hold onto every memory. Thank you to his friends who have been by his side all these years. I love you , Daddy. -Julia
Julia Wiley
October 18, 2020
Roy was a goo friend for many years - no nonsense and up front about everything. I will miss him.
Judge Brad Cates
October 17, 2020