Former Arkansas State Senate President Jim Hill dies at 74 | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Former Arkansas State Senate President Jim Hill dies at 74

Posted By on Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 4:50 PM

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Jim Hill
of Nashville, who served as a Democrat in the Arkansas House of Representatives from 1993-1996 and in the Arkansas Senate from 1997-2007, died today following a lengthy illness. He was 74. 

Hill was Senate President Pro Tempore during the 84th General Assembly.

A funeral service is being planned for this Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Nashville. Talk Business has more, including statements from Gov. Mike Beebe and gubernatorial candidate Mike Ross. From Twitter, Sen. Mark Pryor









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