Perry Forrest Hill

August 27, 1933 - February 6, 2024
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Central City, KY 42330
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CENTRAL CITY – Perry Forrest Hill, 90, of Central City, longtime and beloved principal of Muhlenberg Central High School, passed away on Tuesday, February 6, 2024, at 10:20PM at Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital. Born August 27, 1933, to Perry Willoughby Hill and Ione Mable Grace Hill, Perry grew up in Muhlenberg County before joiningContinue Reading

Rodney Mayes left a message on March 4, 2024:
Very sorry to hear this. Sincere condolences to the family.
Elizabeth Baker left a message on February 13, 2024:
Mr hill never thought I did no wrong. Loved him to death. Sweet man. Mr oats on the other hand was mean. Lol Mr hill will be missed. The last time I saw him I was in the store with my ex husband and he told my ex that I was a good girl made me feel special
Elizabeth Baker left a message on February 13, 2024:
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Danny Jenkins left a message on February 12, 2024:
What a great guy!!!!
Linda Dietzel left a message on February 10, 2024:
Mr Hill was one of a kind. He never forgot a student. He made an impact on everyone around him. He will be missed. Prayers to the family
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Dwight Edward Renfrow left a message on February 9, 2024:
I am so sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you during your time of sorrow. I did not know until I was well into my adult years that my great great grandmother, Sarah Jane Hill Whitehouse was related to most of the Hills that I went to church with or were in county schools at the time that I was.
James Duvall left a message on February 9, 2024:
As a 1966 graduate of MC Mr Hill was my science teacher, I started teaching at MC 1970 , Mr Hill was kind, thoughtful, and a dear friend. He always took time to listen and was a man of his word . My sincere condolences to his family ,the world is better place because of his work as an educator. Proud to call him a friend.
terry mc donald left a message on February 9, 2024:
Sorry for your loss. Mr. Hill was a great Principal , always liked him when i went to M C he will be missed .
tom stovall left a message on February 9, 2024:
One more Mr. Hill story. Mr. Hill and a group of MC people had gone to a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game, so he and Bob Revo went to the concession stand for some food. After getting his hot dog Mr. Hill is asked what he wants to drink. He looks over the counter and says "I'll have one of those larger milks.'' What the ''large milk'' turned out to be was the foam off a beer. The counter man snarled and said "We don't have no large milks''. I heard Bob tell that story multiple times with Mr. Hill laughing at every word. So many fun times together. Tom Stovall
Tom Stovall left a message on February 9, 2024:
SHARON and BEVERLY and STAN Mr. Hill was one of a kind. I worked for him at MC but he was more like a friend that a boss. One good memory of many--Mr. Hill was the tournament director for many years for the 10th District Tournament. He wouldn't get to go home before having to get the gym ready for the games. I asked him to come eat a bite of supper with my wife Nancy and me before he had to be back. Nancy was making spaghetti for supper and I asked him how he liked his spaghetti and he said "by the barrel''. I still laugh at that. We also had lots of golf outings with other MC folks and more good memories. I only saw his mad twice over the years and so glad it wasn't directed at me. Also saw him take a loaded shotgun off a student that had been in a fight and had gone home ''to make things more even'' by getting the gun. Mr. Hill just handled that problem like he always did. He was one of the kindest persons I have ever known and I consider myself truly blessed to have called him my friend. Tom Stovall
Gay Flener Napier left a message on February 8, 2024:
To Stan and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Hill was truly a very nice person. I first met him when I was a fourth grade student at Muhlenberg Central, and he was the Assistant Principal. After Mr. Baugh retired, he became the Principal. To me, Mr. Hill was always nice—even when I was in trouble and “sent to the office.” After I graduated high school, he became my neighbor and, because he walked pretty much every day, we had many conversations over the years. He was a great educator and a great neighbor. For so many of us, Mr. Hill was synonymous with Muhlenberg Central. It is a sad day for this former student/neighbor. May you rest in peace Mr. Hill.
Sandra Whitworth left a message on February 8, 2024:
I am a member of Cleaton Baptist Church ..We had services at The Courtyard until covit came along.. Got to know this fine man while we was going and he was there...True gentleman for sure..He will be missed by many...Condolences to his family and those people who loved him so much..Sandra Whitworth...
Muhlenberg Central Class of 1962 left a message on February 8, 2024:
Our most sincere condolences from the class or ‘62.
Marsha Vincent Snider left a message on February 8, 2024:
You was a great influence in the lives of your students and you will be greatly missed. Prayers to the family.
Angie Gossett left a message on February 8, 2024:
R.I.P Mr. Hill
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