Lucille E. Hill
Date of Death: September 8, 2011
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Lucille E. Hill, 86, of Lafayette, died at 12:00 p.m. Thursday September 8, 2011, at her residence. She was born May 15, 1925, in Perry, Ga., to the late Gus and Hattie Newberry Jackson. She graduated from Industrial High School in West Palm Beach, Fla. and Troy State University in Troy, Ala. She married Franklin…

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Pastor Edwin & Paula Brown left a message on September 16, 2011:
Dear Byron, Brenda and the entire Hill Family,

We mourn your loss and entreat the warmth and comfort of the Holy Spirit to be by your side and to make you aware of God&s wisdom and love.

Byron, I (Paula) remember your mother from when I was a child. She was beautiful and full of wit and joy. I loved being around her. I remember her as a strong believer in Jesus and I know that relationship continued to grow in her later years. I also know that during her illness she proved herself to be faithful, trusting in the promise of His soon coming.

Let her rest now. She simply waits for that Great Day in her sleep, while we who are alive and remain look forward to seeing her in that Great Getting Up Morning! Hallelujah!

With prayers and love,

Pastor Edwin F and Paula Brown
Pastor & Mrs. George H. Sampson, Sr. left a message on September 16, 2011:

To the family of Sister Lucille E. Hill

Those who walk with Christ need never fear,
For His strong arms are ever near.
He?s there to lift you when you fall,
And He listens for each loved one?s call.

Who can doubt His tender care?
For can?t you feel His presence there?
The Love that suffered on the cross,
Will minimize your every loss.

Our hearts grieve with you during this time of loss. May God bless you and keep you in His loving arms.

Don & Anne Marie Truza left a message on September 16, 2011:
To the Hill family, Anne Marie and I are so sorry for the passing of such a Godly person. Even tho we&ve only met her one time in 2009, her life has had an impact on our lives and spiritual journey. Through her commitment to God she has trained up a child that serves God as a leader of men seeking wisdom. And because of that our family has benefited through the many blessings that have helped us get through difficult and challenging times in our lives. We thank God for Lucille&s faithfulness in serving our Lord and Savior.

You are all in our prayers during these days.


Don & Anne Marie Truza
Ann Smith Parker left a message on September 16, 2011:
I am so sorry to hear of the death of your mom. I will always remember her as one of my favorite teachers at Ramah . I know that God is with you at this time, and He will never leave you. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of one of His saints.
Your mom always said that my brother Al was the cause of her gray hair. I don&t doubt that. He&s still the family clown. I know your mom was his favorite teacher as well. He Still loves to tell stories about all the trouble he got into in her class.

With Deepest Sympathy.

Ann Smith Parker & Family ( Mike & Al)
Elaine Davis Dixie left a message on September 16, 2011:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. Mrs. Hill was one of my most memorable teachers. I remember when Terri was just a little person visiting her mother in class. Of course I remember all of you. Just a beautiful family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Marylou Hemingway left a message on September 11, 2011:
My Heart is sadden by the passing of one of my dearest and closest friends.From college through our adult life the memories are cherished and will help to sustain me during this painful moment.
You were blessed by God Dear children to have a wonderful,christian and loving Mother. She loved each one of you unconditionally and was totally unselfish when it can to her family.With her husband Franklin,truly the love of her life by her side they made such a team. Alway positive role models for you and all who came in contact with them.
They both now rest, awaiting our Savior loving call. Draw strength in knowing that soon and very soon this will happen. God will wipe away all tears. No more pain or sorrows.In alittle while we our going home. What a day of rejoicing that will be.
My prayers and love are with you always. Marylou Hemingway
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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