Tim McGraw Shares Heartfelt Words About Faith Hill’s Father, Ted Perry, Who Died on Feb. 9

Tim McGraw Shares Heartfelt Words About Faith Hill’s Father, Ted Perry, Who Died on Feb. 9

Faith Hill’s father, Wesley Leon “Ted” Perry, 88, passed away on Feb. 5 at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, TN.

In a series of tweets on Feb. 12, Tim McGraw shared some heartfelt sentiments regarding his father-in-law, as well as a video tribute.

“G Pa, Faith’s father passed away last week at 88 yrs old,” said Tim in the first tweet. “He was the sweetest, kindest most gentle man I’ve ever known……. No man in my life has ever made such an impact on me as to how to be a human, a father and a friend.”

“I’ll never, in 10 lifetimes, be able to live up to his example, but man, he has set a mark that all of us should strive for,” added Tim in a second post.

“His legacy will live on through the 3 beautiful souls he raised, Faith and her brothers, Steve and Wesley… I’m sure a day will not pass for the rest of my life, that he will not show up in my thoughts. We all love you G Pa,” closed Tim.

Our thoughts go out to Faith, Tim and their family.

photo by Jason Simanek

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