ForeverMissed

Mrs. Johnnie Mae Hill was born on February 6, 1932 to the late Leonard Townsend and Nancy Willis in Wadsworth, Alabama. Step-father, Tom Allen Walls.
She joined Elam II Missionary Baptist Church at a young age where she served as a Deaconess for many years.
She leaves to cherish in memories: Her husband, C. J. Hill, Sr. Three daughters: Shirley A. Marbury of Rockford, AL; Rae D. Harvey (Late Nathaniel Harvey) of Grand Prairie, TX; Lisa A. Hill of Hoover, AL. One son, C. John (Shemeka L) Hill, Jr. of Pinson, AL. Five grandchildren: LaShonda A. Huntley, Cherlisa D. Marbury, William K. Marbury, Andrea P. Marbury, Tamika K. Hopkins, and C. J. Hill, Ill. Fourteen (14) great-grandchildren, three sisters-in-law, three brothers-in-law, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Burial at New Elam#2 Baptist Church Cemetery.

 

Professional services provided by Wrights Funeral Home in Alexander City AL. http://www.wrightsfuneralservice.com

Posted by Tamika H on February 6, 2020
Happy Heavenly Birthday Grandma. I miss you and wish I could hug you and just talk.
Posted by Tamika H on November 17, 2019
Grandma I love you and miss you. Life is very different without you. I miss coming to visit you and everyone coming over to visit, laugh, talk and catch up on family matters. I miss your yummy cooking, especially, pound cake! I took for granted TIME. Our family is not the same. You are the connection. I love you always.
Posted by Ta Hopkins on April 6, 2017
I love you grandma, we miss you dearly.
Posted by Tamika Hopkins on July 14, 2012
Grandma treated everyone like family. I loved the wisdom she passed on to the family, her straight to the point conversation, her love and laughter fills my heart. I loved her cooking too the blackberry pies, poundcake, and "panty cakes" as I called it. Even though we lived hundred of miles away the love for family was close at heart. I love you grandma and glad you were made for us.

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Posted by Tamika H on February 6, 2020
Happy Heavenly Birthday Grandma. I miss you and wish I could hug you and just talk.
Posted by Tamika H on November 17, 2019
Grandma I love you and miss you. Life is very different without you. I miss coming to visit you and everyone coming over to visit, laugh, talk and catch up on family matters. I miss your yummy cooking, especially, pound cake! I took for granted TIME. Our family is not the same. You are the connection. I love you always.
Posted by Ta Hopkins on April 6, 2017
I love you grandma, we miss you dearly.
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