Bruce H.C. Hill is the Control Person for the San Antonio Missions and is a partial owner of the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association. He is president and principal owner of BHCH Mineral, Ltd., a mineral and royalty company. BHCH currently has interests in over 13,500 wells located throughout nineteen states.
Mr. Hill also serves as the president of Hill Leasing Partners, Ltd., a real estate investment and development firm, and is a General Partner in several ventures, including Laguna Water III, Ltd., a water rights investment firm and Fulton Development, a multi-family developer.
He and his family manage many private equity investments in a variety of industries and concerns. Mr. Hill is a Director Emeritus to the Admiral Nimitz Foundation, and he has been a member of numerous non-profit boards, including Sunshine School for Deaf Children in San Antonio, the Alamo Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and the National Board of Learning for Life.
Mr. Hill graduated from the University of Texas in Austin in 1977 and St. Mary's Law School in 1980. Mr. Hill and his wife Ellen are lifelong San Antonio residents and have four children, and six grandchildren.