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Ginny Hill

   Virginia “Ginny” Hill, 91, passed away on Friday, January 14 at Heritage House of Richmond.
   She was born August 6, 1919 in Spartanburg, Indiana to Glen James Morgan & Bytha Miller Morgan. She graduated from Spartanburg High School in 1939 and married Guy F. Hill on October 15, 1941.
   Mrs. Hill was a homemaker. She was a member of the Fountain City Church of Christ and was active in TOPS.
   Mrs. Hill will be missed by her daughter & son-in-law, Judith Kay & Donald Baker, of Williamsburg; 2 sons, Michael Jay Hill and his friend, Linda, of Economy and Bobby Hill and his wife, Mary Jane, of Williamsburg; 6 grandchildren, Alice Sullivan; Tricia Burns and her husband, Ray; James Hill, Jeremy Hill and his wife, Tiffany; Jeffrey Hill and Randy Hill; 6 great-grandchildren, Daniel Sullivan, Darren Sullivan, Darrick Sullivan, Veronica Phenis, Ronnie Conner and Sophia Hill; 4 great-great-grandchildren, Blake, Tyler, Abigail and Dominic; and several nieces and nephews.
   Mrs. Hill was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Guy F. Hill, in 1983; 1 grandson, Buddy Joe Hill, in 1984; 3 sisters, Mary Gertrude Vaughn, Betty Lou Alexander and Clarabell Carpenter; 1 brother, Richard Warren.
   A funeral ceremony will be conducted by Rev. Max Knight at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 18, at the Smith & McQuiston Funeral Home, 321 US 27 South, Fountain City. Interment will follow in Willow Grove Cemetery.
   Family and friends may gather for visitation from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, January 17, and 10-11 a.m. Tuesday, January 18, at the funeral home.
   Memorial contributions may be sent to the Fountain City Church of Christ, PO Box 316, Fountain City, Indiana 47341.
   Online condolences may be expressed at www.smithmcquistonwebster.com .
   The family extends their appreciation to the staff at Heritage House of Richmond for the exceptional care provided to their mother.

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i am so so sorry to hear about your mom she was a good friend to my family we will miss her.

rhoda creech rapp Jan 19 2011 12:00 AM

Such a beautiful life and so may happy memories...god bless you all.
Love and Blessings!  Gail and Joe Riggs; and, Justin and Robyn Dimett

Gail and Joseph Riggs and Justing Dimett Jan 18 2011 12:00 AM

I am sorry to hear of my girlfriends passing she was so amazing in helping me lose the weight when i was a kid and still i loved to talk to her when i could, Judy and Trish my deepest sympathy for your loss, Ginny was an angel.Love, Chad

chad andecover Jan 18 2011 12:00 AM

Mike
So sorry.  Just want you to know you and your family our in my prayers.

Tonya Robinson Jan 17 2011 12:00 AM

So sorry to hear of Ginny's passing.  She was a special lady.  Please know that you are in our prayers.

Steve and Carol Hopkins Jan 17 2011 12:00 AM

Bobby and Mary Jane...my condolences for your loss. Hoping that your family keeps all their happy and fond memories of Ginny in their thoughts during this trying time.

Darrell Whalen Jan 16 2011 12:00 AM

So sorry to hear about Ginny's passing. She was a very sweet woman. I enjoyed caring for her at Heritage House. I also enjoyed talking with her daughter Judy as well. My prayers are with your family. I will always remember Ginny and her beautiful smile when my daughter hugged her one day.

Amanda Carico Jan 16 2011 12:00 AM

We were so sorry to hear of Aunt Ginny's passing.  She was a great lady and we really enjoyed visiting with her when we were in town.  She loved showing us pictures of all her family.  When we would leave, she always would say, Love Ya!  What a loving and wonderful person she was.  She will truly be missed.

Doug and Chris Van Zant Jan 16 2011 12:00 AM

Really sorry to hear about your mother.  Our prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time.  She was a terrific person.  I still remember your dad taking me on the ferris wheel at the county fair when he and dad worked together.

Dorothy Duke Rhinehart Berger Jan 15 2011 12:00 AM