Billie Jo (Fitch) Hill
|Posted 2018-09-10 by Caryn A|
|Billie Jo (Fitch) Hill passed away peacefully at her home in Coolidge, AZ July 24, 2010. She is survived by her husband, John E Hill and three sons Wesley R., John Brandon (Veronica), and Sean P Kaider. She was blessed with 6 grandchildren; Taylor, Bailey, Riley, Savannah, Brandon and Hailey. She had 4 brothers; Joe (Georgia), Kent (Kathy) , Steve (Debby), Monty (Benita) and 3 sisters; LaVerne (Ed), Nedra (Paul), and Fran (Chester). Billie was born in Phoenix Feb. 2, 1950 and lived in the Mesa area until she married John in 1968. They lived in Lake Havasu for 16 years before returning to the valley in 1984. She and John moved to their farm and dream home, in Coolidge, in 2003 where they have resided since. Billie and John celebrated their 42 wedding anniversary on July 14 of this year. Billie was a faithful believer and lived a Christ centered life, in the world, as well as in her personal life. Billie was a member of the Southeast Valley Baptist Church in Gilbert, AZ where she was known by her church family for her humor and famous ("Billie-isms") as well as her kind heart. Billie loved many things: Gospel music, tea parties, beautiful flowers (tulips and yellow roses being her favorites), gardening, and family. Most of all she enjoyed the sound of children playing and always liked having them around. Services will be held at 10:00 AM on July 28, 2010 at the Southeast Valley Baptist Church, 710 E Williams Field Rd, Gilbert AZ (Wms. Field Rd/ Lindsay) (480)-899-4858. There will be an internment following the service at Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa, Az. Flowers may be sent to the church in her memory. |
Published in The Arizona Republic on July 27, 2010
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