COOKVILLE, Tenn., (BNc) — Founding President and Chancellor of Tennessee Bible College Malcolm L. Hill passed from this life Tuesday morning, June 26. Visitation will be at the Northeast church of Christ at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 28 with the memorial service at 7 p.m.

Brother Glenn Ramsey will officiate at the service, assisted by Kerry Duke and Paul Wilmoth. Pallbearers will be Northeast elders and deacons. Honorary pallbearers, TBC trustees.



  1. I am sorry for this loss. Although there were things about which he and I did not exactly see eye to eye, he treated me with respect and dignity. I offer my sincere sympathy to his family and co-workers.

  2. We do not often get to meet one who had his industry and courage. He had keen intuition for what was going on in the brotherhood, tirelessly promoted gospel preachers and preaching, called a spade a spade, and gave good advice full of common sense. Those who came across his path knew that they had met someone who was wholeheartedly for the Bible, was not apologetic for the truth, and believed in ministering in the spirit and power of Elijah. I will miss him.

  3. Brother David, I just learned of the passing of your Dad, Brother Malcolm. We have delighted over the years to read his writings and admired his zeal for the Lord’s Church. He will be missed, is an understatement. Please know that we at the Stiversville Church of Christ have all of you in our prayers and everyday thoughts. We know all the efforts Brother Hill put into the Tennessee Bible College will live on in the faithful preaching of those who were privileged to sit at his feet. What an honor that must have been…
    May God’s blessings continue to abound in your lives…..

    Larry Benderman, for all the members of the Stiversville congregation.