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Lawyer

Thomas Bowen Hill, American lawyer. Recipient George Washington Honor medal Freedoms Foundation, 1970, Daniel J. Meador Outstanding Alumnus award University Alabama School Law, 1975; named to Alabama Academy of Honor, 1977.

Background

Hill, Thomas Bowen was born on November 11, 1903 in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Son of Thomas Bowen and Lida Tunstall (Inge) Hill.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Alabama, 1922, Bachelor of Laws, 1924, honorary Doctor of Laws, 1978.

Career

Bar: Alabama 1924. Association professor German U. Alabama, 1923-1924. Practiced law, Montgomery. Senior member firm Hill, Hill, Carter, Franco, Cole & Black (and predecessor firm), 1947-1984.

Special chief justice Supreme Court Alabama, 1966, 67, 68. Chairman board Union Bank & Trust Company, Montgomery., 1954-1976, chairman emeritus for life, 1976-1984, also director Former member board directors Montgomery Young Men’s Christian Association, Children’s Protective Home. Vice chairman U. Alabama Foundation.

Board directors U. Alabama Law School Foundation.

Membership

Fellow American College Trial Lawyers, International Academy Trial Lawyers, American Bar Foundation. Member American Bar Association (house of deals), Alabama Bar Association (Vice-President 1951-1952, president 1952-1953.

Connections

Married Mildred Ellen Abrams, September 22, 1925. Children: Thomas Bowen, III, Mildred Inge, Luther Abrams, William Inge, World War II Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Alabama.

father:
Thomas Bowen Hill

mother:
Lida Tunstall (Inge) Hill

spouse:
Mildred Ellen Abrams

children:
Thomas Bowen Hill

III Hill

Mildred Inge Hill

Luther Abrams Hill

William Inge Hill

World War II Bachelor of Arts Hill

U. Ala Hill