Terry Hill  is a fourth generation Montanan who grew up in Billings, MT.  He attendedTerry & Ben Hill the University of Montana and graduated with a degree in wildlife biology.  He began working as a Montana game warden in 1978.  Over his twenty-nine year career, he was stationed in Missoula, Glendive, Laurel, Helena and Great Falls, Mt.  He is a cancer survivor and retired in 2007 to spend time with his family and friends.  He loves eastern Montana and chose to retire in Great Falls to enjoy the hunting and fishing and the values of the people he met in the area.

Terry’s son Ben helps produce and design the segmented work in his shop.  Ben graduated from Montana State with a degree in economics and has successfully passed the three tests for the Charter Financial Analyst program.  Ben is an avid long distance runner and has completed 10 marathons to date.

Terry has been an active wood worker producing numerous one of a kind gun cabinets, poker tables and furniture pieces, (he has donated dozens of pieces to local sportsmen’s clubs in the Great Falls area).  He began woodturning in 2010, designing and producing segmented vases and platters.  He has donated segmented vases and platters to the Shadows of the Past Art Auction a fund raiser for the Teton Medical Center in Choteau, Mt and was the artist choice winner in 2010 and 2013.  Several of their segmented works have won best of show ribbons in various categories at the Montana State Fair in 2013 and 2014.

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