Linda L. Hill (76)

Grayville, Illinois
Birth: December 28, 1946
Death: December 17, 2023

Linda L. Hill, 76, of Evansville, Indiana, formerly of Grayville, Illinois, died Sunday, December 17, 2023, at Hamilton Pointe Health and Rehabilitation in Newburgh, Indiana. She was born December 28, 1946, in Chebanse, Illinois, the daughter of Roy and Nina (Crowe) Creek. She was married to Larry M. “Mick” Hill for more than 57 years, and he survives.

Linda loved her Lord and Savior and was a very active member of the First Christian Church in Grayville, Illinois, where she enjoyed Bible study and working with the youth. She dearly loved her family (especially doing crafts with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren). She enjoyed playing Bingo, cards, watching movies, and she was a big fan of the TV series, “Walker, Texas Ranger,” — all the while enjoying her candy mints. Linda worked as a bus driver, Emergency Medical Technician, and teacher’s aide.

Survivors include her husband, Larry “Mick” Hill of Evansville; daughters Jennifer (Vinton) Brown of St. Peters, Missouri, Jody (Jay) Hanisch of Grayville, Jacquie (Vance) Sloan of Flora, Illinois; sister Judy Creek of Memphis, Tennessee; grandchildren Travis Brown, Parker Brown, Kayla (Ryan) Kelley, Lauren (Casey) Calhoun, Diego Hanisch, Trey Hanisch, Jayden Sloan, Mya Sloan; great-grandchildren Harrison Kelley, Cooper Kelley, Hudson Calhoun; and her adopted family Anita Scarlett, Todd Treadway, Cameron Scarlett, and Celeste “Dirly” O’Neal.

She is preceded in death by her parents; and brother Steven Creek.

Visitation and funeral are Friday, December 22, 2023, at First Christian Church in Grayville, Illinois. Visitation is at 11 am followed by funeral at 12 noon. Burial will be in Powell Cemetery at Norris City, Illinois.

Memorials may be made to Grayville First Christian Church and will be accepted during the visitation on Friday, or they can be mailed to Cook Funeral Chapel, 101 Edgewood Lane, Carmi, Illinois 62821.

Cook Funeral Chapel in Grayville, Illinois, is in charge of arrangements.

Visitation: First Christian Church of Grayville, Friday, December 22, 2023, 11 am to 12 noon
Service: First Christian Church of Grayville, Friday, December 22, 2023, 12 noon
Burial: Powell Cemetery, Norris City, Illinois
Memorials: First Christian Church of Grayville, c/o Cook Funeral Chapel, 101 Edgewood Lane, Carmi, IL 62821

5 thoughts on “Linda L. Hill”

  1. Judy, so sorry to hear this. Linda was kind and quiet. I want to tell you that I was very sick at my Grandma Vallie’s house across from the grade school (grandpa Long’s second wife) and Linda was helping Grandpa Vallie (I have no idea why) anyway Linda nursed me back to well enough to go home in a couple of days. I remember that kindness Linda extended to me and I have a warm place in my heart for her. Cherish the memories!!!!

    Jerry

  2. Judy, I am so sorry to see this. My memories of Linda with church and youth group activities as well as classmates all through school. You have my deepest sympathies. God Bless and keep You and Linda’s family through this difficult time.

  3. Judy, I am sorry to see this. We were good friends through youth group and church (Loretta Smith, your Linda, my sister Linda and me). Prayers for you as you go through this hard event, especially at Christmas. God bless you! Cinda

  4. My deepest condolences Judy to you and the rest of the family and loved ones. May GOD bless and keep all of you during this moment of great sorrow.

  5. Patricia A Graham-Brown

    Linda and I were on the same bowling team years ago and traveled to Mt. Carmel nearly every Monday night during that time. She was really good; whereas, I was really bad. She didn’t care; we had fun! She was a friendly, smiling, and sweet friend. I didn’t know she had passed until now. So, sorry. I will keep you all in my prayers.

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