Dr. Kellar is a real professional. After a long career teaching history at various levels from middle school to university students, he has an undying affection for the history of Houston. He is thorough in his research, a hard worker, and a skilled writer.
-Mavis P. Kelsey, M.D., founder of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic.
Bill had a unique ability to capture TECO’s history through oral interviews and research. He combined this ability with writing skills that produced a manuscript that perfectly captured TECO’s story.
-Steve Swinson, President & CEO, Thermal Energy Corporation, Houston, Texas.
William H. Kellar is an ideal choice among those who might have considered editing Dr. Elliott's papers and reordering them into a readable, cogent account of his life....His scholarship has already produced a number of books....William H. Kellar's editing of the Elliott papers and his scholarly gathering of additional information to make a complete biography is also a fitting tribute to a man who not only had a vision of a medical city but also spent much of his life building it.
-Richard E. Wainerdi, President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Operating Officer, Texas Medical Center, in Foreword to The Birth of the Texas Medical Center.