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John Hill honoring his friend Dean West into the Legion of Honors for talented wargame designers.


           Flames Beyond Gettysburg: The Confederate Expedition to the Susquehanna River, June 1863 by Scott Mingus


 

MinWarStoreThe MiniWarGaming site has videos, tutorials, games, shows, a store, a forum and more. Wargamers will find supplies, discussion forums and more on this site.

 

 

 


 

John Hill Obituary – Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper  Santa Fean Newspaper


John Hill on Wikipedia

John Evans Hill (February 21, 1945 – January 12, 2015) was an American designer of military war games. read more


 

In Memoriam – John Hill, 1945-2015, Designer of ‘Squad Leader’

If there is a heaven just for game designers, it has a new archangel. John Hill, best known for designing the groundbreaking board wargame Squad Leader, passed away on January 12, 2015. He was inducted into The Game Manufacturers Association’s Academy of Adventure Gaming Arts & Design Hall of Fame in 1978; Squad Leader was inducted into the Hall of Fame.


 

American Heart Association

American Heart Association

American Heart Association Memorial Page for John Hill – John Evans Hill, born 2-21-1945, died from congenital heart failure on January 12, 2015 at Christus St. Vincent Hospital in Santa Fe, New Mexico. John struggled for many years with genetic heart problems. In the fall of 1997, he had a heart attack which resulted in a quadruple bypass surgery and multiple pacemaker defibrillators. Therefore, we wish for our family and friends to donate to the American Heart Association to help others like John.

 

 

 

 


 

Slideshow Shown @ John's Memorial Service

Slideshow Shown @ John’s Memorial Service

In Memory of John Hill (PPT) – This link is a PowerPoint slideshow I created for my father’s memorial service on January 18, 2015 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  You will need PowerPoint and Windows Media Player installed on your computer to view this file.


 

2 Comments

  1. cinders71@bigpond.com

    Hi Steph, what a beautiful tribute to your dad. I love the history post, and how much love for your dad John Hill is reflected in all of it, even the video post of your dad. Thanks for sharing. I will definitely be back for a look.

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    1. Stephanie

      Thank you for stopping in and leaving a comment. I am glad you enjoyed the history post. My Dad was loved very much. It is still hard to imagine life without him. I am glad you liked the video of my father speaking too.

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