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David Earl Hill
Young Funeral Home
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ed Feb. 5. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John L. (Versie Settles) Hill Sr., he was born in 1952 in Memphis, Tenn., the second of eight children. He was preceded in death by sister Phyllis Hill Boyd and special friend Louis Williams. Mr. Hill was raised in Memphis and graduated from Melrose High School. He served in the United States Marine Corps and returned to Memphis to become a certified automobile mechanic. Mr. Hill relocated to Dallas, Texas, in 1987 and Married Robin Hayden in 1987. After moving to Georgia, Mr. Hill was employed by CarMax and joined the First African Baptist Church, Monroe, where he was an active and faithful member, proudly serving on the Deacon Board. Easy-going and patient, Mr. Hill had a loving and caring disposition and joyful spirit with a wonderful sense of humor. He was loyal to family and friends. During his spare time he enjoyed cooking on the grill and "fixing things. He especially enjoyed being with his grandchildren.
Surviving are wife Robil Hill of Social Circle; children Tanisa (Demetrius) Stone of Memphis, Jayme K. Ewing of Atlanta; grandchildren Tyerelle and Lance; siblings Mary A. Hardy, Larry (Joyce) Walton Sr., Patricia (Arelious) Allen, Brenda (Larry) McGhee, John Hill Jr., all of Memphis, and Barbara Noble, Little Rock, Ark.; brother-in-law Benny Joe (Betty) Hayden; aunts Estelle Williams, Dorothy Walton, Luvenia Hill; uncles Eli Hill, Eddie Hill, a host of nieces, nephews, other loving relatives; special friends Lloyd Greenfield, Sidney Jones, Joe Marshall and numerous other friends.
Funeral services were held Feb. 13 at Young Memorial chapel with Pastor Phillip Baker officiating. Interment followed in Lawnwood Memorial Park.