ForeverMissed
Billie Anne Hill passed away October 9, 2020 in Dayton, Ohio she was born January 9, 1952 in Dayton, Ohio. Billie is survived by her caring children, Christi (Joe) Block and Eric (Jamie) Cuzzort; her grandchildren, Thomas, Jessie, Kayla, Tim, Eric, Paul, Dennis, William, Sharon, Jackie, James, and Kelly; her sister Sharon (Rex) Rettig; and nieces, Tana (Tony) and Jodi; along with a host of cousins, extended family, and friends. A memorial service to honor Billie’s memory will be held Monday, October 19th at W.E. Lusain Funeral Home, 2455 Stanley Avenue, Dayton, OH 45404 from 11 AM – 1 PM. Masks will be required upon entry and social distancing will be enforced.
Posted by Christi Cuzzort Block on October 17, 2020
I want everyone to understand that with COVID things are going to be very different. There will only be a few people allowed in the building at a time and you must have a mask on to enter and you must be wearing it appropriately (covering nose and mouth). Please do not come if you are sick in any way! There can not be groups of people congregating. I wish things could be different, however these are our wishes and if you can not respect them then please do not come.

There will be no traditional service. You will be allowed in the building in small groups (2-3 people) you will enter so you can pay your respects to mom and family then let the next small group in. Mom's favorite color was purple so if you are able to please wear something purple.

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Posted by Christi Cuzzort Block on October 17, 2020
I want everyone to understand that with COVID things are going to be very different. There will only be a few people allowed in the building at a time and you must have a mask on to enter and you must be wearing it appropriately (covering nose and mouth). Please do not come if you are sick in any way! There can not be groups of people congregating. I wish things could be different, however these are our wishes and if you can not respect them then please do not come.

There will be no traditional service. You will be allowed in the building in small groups (2-3 people) you will enter so you can pay your respects to mom and family then let the next small group in. Mom's favorite color was purple so if you are able to please wear something purple.
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Shared by Christi Cuzzort Block on October 17, 2020
I want everyone to understand that with COVID things are going to be very different. There will only be a few people allowed in the building at a time and you must have a mask on to enter and you must be wearing it appropriately (covering nose and mouth). Please do not come if you are sick in any way! There can not be groups of people congregating. I wish things could be different, however these are our wishes and if you can not respect them then please do not come.

There will be no traditional service. You will be allowed in the building in small groups (2-3 people) you will enter so you can pay your respects to mom and family then let the next small group in. Mom's favorite color was purple so if you are able to please wear something purple.