John D. Hillman, MD, is the President of ACRE (Acorn Creek Ranch Estates) Property Owners Association and has been a Board Member FOLBR since its beginning. John was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but moved to Denver in 1958 to attend the University of Colorado Boulder and then Medical School in Denver. After Med School, John did an internship at Cincinnati General Hospital; his Residency at University of Colorado, Denver; then, worked at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center. Afterwards, he started internal medicine practice in the Army at Fort Carson, Colorado Springs, where he stayed in Colorado Springs after discharge from the Army to start private practice, 1974. John practiced internal medicine practice 25 years in Colorado Springs, and then did part-time hospital medicine at Vail Valley Medical Center and St. Anthony Summit Medical Center for 16 years before retiring in 2013.
John lived in Frisco part-time from 1982-1997 and now has a home in Acorn Creek, 10 miles north of Silverthorne. He and his wife Maggie have lived there full-time since 1997.
John’s community interests include improving Fire Safety in the Lower Blue and specifically Acorn Creek, and establishing cell service in the Lower Blue, in the interest of public safety.
His hobbies are long distance bicycle touring, speaking the French language, hiking, skiing, cutting firewood, and spending time with his grandkids and dogs.